February 2020 issue
- RoadRunner SR2 – The oft-overlooked sevenesque roadster driven
- Fiero Factory 427 – The Cobra replica built in 14 weeks
- One-off Austin-Healey Sprite – Built from theatre show and rock tour left-overs
- Engine profile – How to buy, tune and maintain a Ford Ecoboost
- Midas Mk4 – Reader’s restomod
- Retro Round-Up – Unearthing forgotten kits and specials
- …and much more!
The RoadRunner SR2 is often overlooked in the crowded sevenesque marketplace. We thought it was time to catch up with this low-key company and drive its latest demonstrator to see how the model evolved throughout the decade.
Mike Shepherd waited years to build his dream Cobra replica… but when he did, he didn’t hang about – this car was build and on the road in just 14 weeks! The full story is in our February issue.
Not all is what it seems with this crazy one-off! Built on the underpinnings of an Austin-Healey ‘Frogeye’ Sprite, it’s host to left-over props from stage shows and rock tours. Every part has a story to tell…
Look to fit a Ford Ecoboost engine, or already have one? John Dickens shows you how to buy, tune and maintain the modern Ford engine.
See how this Midaz Mk4 received a restomod – while still being used every day! Jack Wood met the builder to see how he did it.
A traditional roadster based on a lorry chassis – that and more forgotten kit cars and specials are unearthed by Richard Heseltine in Retro Round-Up.