Holden ZB Commodore Review

The new Holden ZB Commodore has certainly divided opinions among the Australian motoring public.  The locally built Commodore has now been replaced by a German built car known widely as the Opel Insignia.  Is the new car an adequate replacement for the Commodore that has been so popular amongst Australian’s for the last 30 years?... Continue Reading →

Ford Falcon EL XR6 Review

When Tickford joined forces with Ford Australia in the early 1990’s to create the EB XR6 and XR8 Falcon’s, in my opinion it was a return to form for the company.  For nine long years a V8 engine wasn’t offered in the Falcon range, leaving many Ford enthusiasts unsatisfied.  As a ten year old, I... Continue Reading →

Noble M12 GTO-3R

I’ve always had a fascination with lightweight sports cars, particularly ones built in low volumes by lesser known car manufacturers.  British car designer and engineer Lee Noble founded Noble in 1999.  He has been engineering, building and racing his own cars for decades with a focus on lightweight cars with powerful engines.  One of his... Continue Reading →

Maserati 250F and Stirling Moss

It’s always a highlight going to the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix to watch the Historic Demonstration.  Watching some of the great ex-Formula One cars, sportscars and Le Mans racers make their way around the Melbourne Grand Prix circuit is always memorable for me.  In my opinion, the sights and sounds of these cars far... Continue Reading →

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