Readers Rides>>your Classics Pt.5

We have just a couple days left for Old School Month, but there's still time to post up more of your classics from around the world.

Here's another batch!


Paul Harrison

Calgary, Canada

1972 Toyota Corolla

Chase Spaulding

Black Mountain, NC USA

1976 Austin Mini 850

J. Kowalczyk

Staten Island, NY USA

1971 Datsun 240Z


Bremerton, WA USA

1957 Chevy Truck

Awful Hero

Cincinatti, OH USA

1980 Datsun 280ZX

Gabriel Lozada & Francisco Loreto

Lima, Peru

1969 Ford Escort

Anthony Plowman

Blaine, Washington USA

1979 BMW 633 CSI

Andrew McFetridge

Auckland, New Zealand

1978 Ford Escort MkII (SR20-powered)

Andrew Farkas

Columbus, OH USA

1983 Toyota Corolla

Shannon Thickpenny

Auckland, New Zealand

1972 Datsun 1600 (510)

Jon MacK

Prince Edward Island, Canada

1968 Chevy Camaro

Bo McCoy

Diamond Bar, CA USA

1972 Datsun 240Z

Alan Leal de Brum

Buenos Aires, Argentina

1967 Fiat 1500 Multicarga

Steven McCormack

Perth, Western Australia

1983 Nissan Skyline RS Four 4-door

Gorkem Cosgun

Ankara, Turkey

1975 Opel Manta

Sam Morley

Long Beach, Washington USA

1985 Nissan 200SX Notch

Ian S

Seattle, Washington USA

1972 Toyota Carina

Adam Marko

Bratislava, Slovakia

1984 Ford Mustang GT

Eugene Yamamoto

Auckland, New Zealand

1985 Toyota Celica Supra

Jon O'Neill

Sydney, Australia

1960 VW Beetle Ute

Rul Zainal


1977 Toyota Celica

Miguel Soria

Santa Maria, CA USA

1974 Datsun 260Z

Paul Millett

Pukekohe, New Zealand

1974 Datsun 160J SSS Coupe

Joao Abreu and Friends


1972 Austin Mini 1000

Bryan Cox

Anacortes, WA USA

1978 Toyota Corona


Malang, East-Java Indonesia

1972 Datsun 510

Brendon Porter

Easton, WA USA

1977 Volkswagen Rabbit

Simon Gallant

Canberra, Australia

1976 Mazda 929

Rico Katindoy

Las Pinas, Phillipines

1973 Dodge Colt

Mario Zumbo

Walnut Creek, CA USA

1989 Chrysler Conquest

Kevin Cederwall

Walnut Creek, CA USA

1968 Dodge Charger

More on the way tomorrow!

-Mike Garrett




There is something so special about the Toyota Corolla and old Datsun 1600.........


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