September 2019 issue
- Gardner Douglas T70 – Lamborghini baiting project car his the road
- MEV Electrocet – Stuart Mills’ Exocet EV
- GCS Hawke Pt2 – Reader’s modified Morgan replica
- 30 years of Tiger Racing – Huge eight-car anniversary celebration gathering
- PJR Sports – One-off traditional roadster
- Dutton Phaeton build – Wild road legal drag car
- …and much more!
Contributor Peter Rosenthal has completed the build of his Gardner Douglas T70 – and, as you’ll read, he couldn’t be happier! And with Lamborghini performance and greater thrills at a fraction of the price, you can see why…
Stuart Mills reckons that the likes of Tesla are making their electric cars too heavy and complicated to be truly environmentally friendly… so he has taken a different approach with an electric Exocet with just enough batteries for his weekly commute. Adam Wilkins drove it for our September issue.
We love seeing kit cars that have been modified, and Drew Selvey’s multiple award winning GCS Hawke fits the bill. Following the build story in last month’s issue, Jack Wood takes a look at the completed car.
Tiger Racing was established 30 years ago, and to celebrate we gathered its key models. Ian Stent – who was first to drive the Tiger Six three decades ago – charts the company’s ups and downs in a huge 10-page feature.
The one-off PJR Sports is an MGB based traditional roadster with superb detailing and huge appeal. We took a look at a car that went its own way, with no kit and no build manual.
This Dutton Phaeton may look quite subtle, but it packs a surprising punch – in the form of a 7.1-litre Chevrolet V8 which, with nitrous, can produce over 1000bhp. It’ll do wheelies, too!