Category Archives: Classic

From A to B: Tales Of Modern Motoring

In the UK back in the late 1980s/early 1990s, the humble company car was something much more than just mere work-related transport – it said everything about your position in the company and your position in life in general. A good company car was essential to your social standing, and even manhood. And this brilliantly dry documentary from the era (1993) sums that up perfectly. Driving gloves, mirrored aviators and a bloke who actually admits to sitting down with his wife and crying ...

Great Scott! A Legend!

Great Scott! A Legend!
To further celebrate Back to the Future day, here is a far longer version of an article I wrote for the NZ Herald’s DRIVEN section a few months ago. It is about a rather special car that lives in New Zealand and its remarkably tenacious owner! So do you want to go for a ride? With those ...