Want the lowdown on classic cars, but with a more modern spin? Then Modern Classics, the newest motoring magazine to hit shelves, will be right up your street.
It’s a six-times-a-year publication priced at £3.99 which:
- Is devoted to the best post-1979 vehicles, or “young-timers” as they are sometimes known, featuring machines that often don’t get featured in traditional classic car mags
- Offers in-depth features about the cars we love
- Provides top-class buying tips
So what’s in its latest edition?
Edition number two is now out and begs the question, “who is the greatest?”
With the cover headline announcing the start of a “V8 Fight Club”, it seeks to crown the greatest V8 engine-powered machine of them all.
This is a royal rumble that not even WWE would need to dramatise.
The 5 contenders
Modern Classics pits the original, undisputed champ, the E39-generation BMW M5 - described by the mag as “brilliant” as always - against the following four younger hopefuls:
Modern Classics journalists put this quintet through their paces at a former Second World War RAF base in Oxfordshire. So who will prevail? All Modern Classics say is that it has found a successor to trump the Beemer.
Other modern classics featured in the latest edition
Issue number two also stages a weird oddball turbo shoot-out between the Saab 900 and the Citroen CX and explores nine game-changing Japanese classics.
Want to get your hands on the latest issue? Then head to the Modern Classics online store and order your copy today!