September 2020 issue
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- Buckland B3 – We drive the comeback three-wheeler
- MEV Exocet – Wild turbocharged 380bhp monster
- Rochdale GT Pt2 – The best example in the world?
- Retro Round-Up – More forgotten cars from the archive
- MEK SS3 build – Incredible one-off three-wheeler build
- Retro Round-Up – Delving into the Complete Kit Car archive
- Baja build – A 60-day father and son lockdown project
- Test your brake fluid – How to make sure it’s up to the job
- Tech Talk – The science of camshaft design
- …and much more!
For such a rare car, the Buckland B3 has a dedicated following of fans… and now it’s due a comeback. Adam Wilkins takes a drive in a recently completed example and find out what plans the factory has for the future… including a brand new engine option.
This mean looking MEV Exocet has 380bhp from its turbocharged Mazda MX-5 engine. Jack Wood finds out how it was done in our September issue.
This Rochdale GT was left to rot in a garden for decades… and now it has been restored to a standard that surely makes it one of the very best in existence. See how this sympathetic restoration was completed on a budget in our new issue.
Remember the time Ginetta made an SUV? Or when Westfield brought back its 1980s Topaz and renamed it XEi to compete with the Caterham 21? Richard Heseltine has been in our archives again to retell these stories and more.
When lockdown came in, Volkswagen specialist Doug Harwood embarked on a Baja buggy build with his son Nate. Just sixty days later, they’d completed it. See how in our September issue.
Is your brake fluid still up to the job? Peter Rosenthal shows you how to test it and what other things you need to take into consideration.
How does the design of a camshaft affect your engine’s performance? John Dickens explains it all.