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Classic Driver Magazine Launch

Classic Driver Magazine Launch

Soon to be launched by the team at DRIVER magazine comes a dedicated classic car magazine - CLASSIC DRIVER.

The first issue will celebrate the 100th Anniversary of The Ford Motor Company and the complete issue will be dedicated to the history of the FORD company and its vehicles. This will be a collectors issue not to be missed.

>From issue two, CLASSIC DRIVER will take a passionate and colourful look at cars that we call classics - in the broadest sense. This will be grassroots stuff - no mixing modern cars and calling them ³future classics². We will be unashamedly revelling in older cars, older motor sport, older personalities and heros and much much more.

CLASSIC DRIVER will be jointly edited by Donald McDonald, Allan Dick and Gavin Shaw. This trio has a long, long involvement with motorcars and motor sport. Allan is well known as editor of DRIVER magazine.

CLASSIC DRIVER will be A4 size, 128 pages and will retail throughout the country at usual magazine outlets from 16 June 2003 or by subscription.

A subscription - 6 copies - is only $45, a saving from bookstand price and includes postage to your address.

Subscriptions can be ordered by ringing our toll free line - 0800 611 911 - to ensure you receive your copy before your fellow enthusiasts. (Please have your credit card details on hand when you call) Payment by cheque with address and contact details can also be made to Straight 8 Publishing Ltd., Private Bag 92 606, Symonds Street, Auckland.

We would appreciate if you could notify your members and fellow enthusiasts of this all new publication.

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