Readers Rides>>your Classics Pt.6

Anyone a little bummed that Old School Month is coming to an end? I know I am.

Anyways, here's one more batch of your classic machines from all corners of the planet.


Alberto Emilio Ko Quiroz


1984 Mitsubishi Lancer SL

Lee Adams

Napier, New Zealand

1951 Ford Victoria

Alex King

Missoula, Montana USA

1972 Datsun 510

Jan Eidkum

Czech Republic

1980 Skoda 110R Coupe

Casey Fischer

Apple Valley, CA USA

1986 BMW E30

Ryan Fels

Auckland, New Zealand

1982 Toyota Mark II Grande

Jon Fontaine

Boston, Mass, USA

1974 Saab 99

Marc-Andre Vuillermet

Montreal, Canada

1981 Datsun 280ZX


Auckland, New Zealand

1989 Toyota Soarer

Brad Telfer

New Zealand

1980 Vauxhall Chevette Estate

Mark Flood

Tasmania, Australia

1988 Nissan Skyline GTS Turbo Coupe

Matt Brown

San Jose, CA USA

1988 Honda CRX Si

Aaron Hartley

Melbourne, Australia

1980 Toyota Corolla

Chris Bovis

Lawrence, KS USA

1988 Honda Mugen CRX

Yegor Lyozoff

Odessa, Ukraine

1986 Nissan Langley

Jason Laroza

Hounslow, London UK

1989 Rover Mini City

Simon Jackson

Napier, New Zealand

1985 Toyota Hiace

Zach Zupancic

Fallbrook, CA USA

1972 Datsun 240Z

Akhmad Zulfi

Bandung, Indonesia

1963 Mercedes 190


Sydney, Australia

1985 Nissan Gazelle

Mischi Andrea

Verona, Italy

1989 Rover Mini

Colton Ray


1971 Datsun 510

Michael Katsikitis

South Australia

1983 Alfa Sud Ti Series 3

Sergio De La Torre

Frisco, TX USA

1989 Toyota Supra Turbo

Jesse Petersen

New Zealand

1972 Toyota Crown

Michael Stone

Honolulu, HI USA

1961 Volkswagen Bug Ragtop



1980 Mitsubishi Galant


Munich, Germany

1968 Plymouth Road Runner

Joost Roos


1959 VW Beetle

Simon Rogowski


1987 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

And that will do it. Unfortunately I wasn't able to get to all of the submissions, but I'll do my best to make sure they haven't gone to waste.

Thanks everyone for your pictures! Looking through them is one of the funnest things I've done in a while.

Long live the classics.

-Mike Garrett





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