Our latest special-edition magazine was born in the USA – and that means it’s packed with Mustangs, Chargers, Cobras, Camaros, ’Vettes, Plymouths and much, much more!
With fabulous photographs across almost 200 pages which cover everything from pre-war sidevalve machines to muscle-car movie icons, and pioneering off-roaders to all-conquering competition cars, American Classics Greatest Hits offers the best Classic & Sports Car Americana.
We’ve chapters on the ‘Big Three’ – the Ford Motor Company, General Motors and the Chrysler Corporation – plus a tribute to the brilliance of Carroll Shelby, and we delight in some of the weirdest and most wonderful creations of the US motor industry.
Keep reading for a quick preview – and to find out how to get your copy!
That’s right: exacting replicas of the Ford Mustang and Dodge Charger from the legendary film Bullitt go head-to-head in our Greatest Hits magazine.
Prepare to relive one of the best-loved car chases in cinema history with these eight-cylinder masterpieces, as Mick Walsh tags along for a ride.
Get film-set stories and meet the owners who have painstakingly recreated these silver-screen stars.
For the love of Cobra
It’s hard to not be charmed by the rumble of a Cobra – and that means it’s time for another evocative head-to-head.
Julian Balme gets behind the wheel of two of his childhood heroes – a 289 and a 427 – as he traces the evolution of the breed.
For a serious dose of red-painted rumble, and a whole lot of awesome, turn to page 42.
A family Corvair
It’s not all go-faster sports cars in our American Classics Greatest Hits, and as part of our Chevrolet celebration Martin Buckley makes the case for this flat-six forward-thinker.
Will he be won over by this eye-catching quartet of 700 Sedan, Monza Spyder, Lakewood Station Wagon and Greenbrier Sports Wagon minibus?
You’ll have to read it to find out…
What’s more American than drag racing?
Julian Balme is back with a Plymouth Road Runner and Dodge Super Bee, Mopar twins that were custom-built for drag racing at the factory.
Jump on board for a rubber-burning ride.
Hold on tight, as Mick Walsh takes you for a run in Old Yeller II.
Get past its perhaps rough-and-ready looks, and delight in the raw wonder of this rediscovered racer.
With its 6.6-litre Buick engine, it certainly doesn’t hang around – so turn to page 140 and get stuck into its story.
How to buy our American Classics Greatest Hits
C&SC’s American Classics Greatest Hits special is available in selected newsagents and supermarkets for £8, and online for £9.99 by clicking here (this online price includes postage and packaging).
If you’re in the USA or Canada, you can buy your copy at one of 640 Barnes & Noble stores in North America for $14.95 (US dollars). In addition, US residents can get one sent direct to their door, still for $14.95 plus shipping, by calling 954-579-5280. But please note, North American supply is limited, so buy yours now to avoid disappointment!