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Issue 11 (Exclusive Subscriber Edition) - UK only

£5.50

We become eleven, as another edition of Classic.Retro.Modern. magazine takes shape.

On the cover of Classic.Retro.Modern. magazine, you’ll find a rather special Metro – a Tickford Metro. We’ve also got an interesting retrospective on the Volkswagen Passat W8, and take a look at the NSU Ro80. This month’s reader restoration is all about the Volvo P1800, and in our monthly market insight the subject is the Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class. The Ultimate guide is all about the TVR Chimaera and we look at six of the best manicured Metros. In Your Classics, we feature a Lancia Beta and Standard Eight, as well as a Toyota MR2 Mk3 and Trabant P601. This month’s interview is with James Noble of Motofest and in our product focussed area, we take a look at the subject of classic tyres.

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We become eleven, as another edition of Classic.Retro.Modern. magazine takes shape.

On the cover of Classic.Retro.Modern. magazine, you’ll find a rather special Metro – a Tickford Metro. We’ve also got an interesting retrospective on the Volkswagen Passat W8, and take a look at the NSU Ro80. This month’s reader restoration is all about the Volvo P1800, and in our monthly market insight the subject is the Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class. The Ultimate guide is all about the TVR Chimaera and we look at six of the best manicured Metros. In Your Classics, we feature a Lancia Beta and Standard Eight, as well as a Toyota MR2 Mk3 and Trabant P601. This month’s interview is with James Noble of Motofest and in our product focussed area, we take a look at the subject of classic tyres.

In our Picture Past feature, it’s all about the MGB, and we also tell you what it’s like living with a Citroen CX. Gav’s guilty pleasure this month is the Ford Scorpio and we ask whether the BMW 3 Series E36 Compact is a classic? That’s in addition to favourites like Sheds Heaven, Kicking Tyres, Ignition, Lost Love and Gav’s Auto Barn.

Classic.Retro.Modern. really is something special. A monthly magazine focusing on established, emerging and modern classics. Every month, our readers can expect excellent writing, great photography, quality print, superb design and an ability to think differently. The cars will be accessible, attainable and relevant. Our mix is eclectic. Classic.Retro.Modern. is fresh enough to appeal to young drivers taking their first tentative steps in the world of classic cars. Established enough to appeal to knowledgeable enthusiasts who have seen (and read) it all. A magazine that is as at home on a coffee table as it is at a local ‘cars and coffee’ event.

Classic.Retro.Modern. is the magazine for buying, owning and enjoying classic cars.

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