The perfect iCar for Sunday morning runs

Liveries. One look at a certain combination of colors and brands and we’re instantly transported to a time and place we might never have been. Type ‘Apple Car’ into your Google and you’ll undoubtedly be drowned in rumors of an upcoming iCar or something called ‘Project Titan’, but for true…

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A Sunday Safari – the morning drive

Enough with the extended winter already! Sure, we’ll be counting our blessings when it’s still green and lush deep into the start of summer, but by October we should be enjoying crisp mornings and warming sun instead of sideways rain and flooding. I love a good rainstorm, but here’s to…

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This Porsche 914-6 lives in a pedal-powered world

As a longtime purveyor of slightly odd looking, boxy, mid-engined European sports cars, the Porsche 914 has always held a special place in my interests. I’ve long considered it a big brother to my Fiat X1/9 (surely the first person to ever regard a 914 as a big brother to…

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Lightforce Rally SA 2016

The forest racers were back in our city last weekend, with the top Australian crews returning once again to the gravel roads of the Barossa and Mount Crawford Forest areas to do battle in round four of the Australian Rally Championship – Lightforce Rally SA. Claiming outright victory in another…

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Robertstown Rally 2016

It’s becoming a well-worn path, this annual pilgrimage to Robertstown. Leaving the concerns of the work-week behind heading out of town and a last minute stop for a coffee to go, it’s usually just as Port Wakefield road frees the shackles of its slower speed limits that that the first…

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Adelaide Cars and Coffee – July

Well I guess it’s official now, the investigative journalists over at Adelaide Now have called it. With enough statistics to rival even the most rigorously reported footy game, July 2016 has been scientifically proven as the wettest July since…. oh stuff it, who cares. Either way it’s rained a fair…

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MSCA Supersprint Mallala – July

Good news – my friend Guy’s Alfa 2600 lives again! With sunny skies and the kinds of refreshing winds that only a bright mid-winter’s day can bring, we shared the drive at the recent MSCA Mallala Supersprint and carried out a successful shakedown test as our preparations for the upcoming…

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This old Holden has finally returned home

The thermometer on the dash showed 13 degrees as we slowly cruised through the tiny settlement of Yacka, in South Australia’s mid-north a little while back. Fifty kilometers an hour felt slow after the expanse of farming land we’d just traversed, but the slower pace allowed for the time-honored pastime…

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