On­line This Month

The Mo­tor­hood is the new on­line home for New Zealand Clas­sic Car and its sis­ter pub­li­ca­tions, NZ Per­for­mance Car and NZV8. You can en­joy ar­ti­cles from the mag­a­zines at The Mo­tor­hood’s home­page, themo­tor­hood.com, or — if you want a purely clas­sic-scene exp

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Aussie Pride: 13th New Zealand Holden Na­tion­als

The GM En­thu­si­asts Club hosted the New Zealand Holden Na­tion­als at Ard­more over An­zac week­end. The show boasted an im­pres­sive line-up of Hold­ens — from beau­ti­fully pre­sented, to­tally orig­i­nal 48-215 FX Hold­ens, through to wild, su­per­charged HQS and late-model HSVS. The di­ver­sity and qual­ity of cars dis­played was as im­pres­sive as the run­ning and set-up of the show. More info — and, more im­por­tantly, more pho­tos — can be found at Themo­tor­hood.

Weekly Mo­tor Fix: Mazda RX-3 coupe

Ev­ery few weeks we take a more in-depth look at a car we’ve found — be it at an event, at the race track, or on the side of the road — in a fea­ture we call the Weekly Mo­tor Fix. This time around, we take a closer look at an im­mac­u­lately re­stored Ja­panese sports-car icon — a ro­tary-pow­ered 1973 Mazda RX-3. This ex­am­ple still runs the orig­i­nal twindis­trib­u­tor– equipped 10A twin-ro­tor en­gine, all num­bers match­ing. To see more on this clas­sic beauty, head over to Themo­tor­hood.

Top eight tips for choos­ing a clas­sic-car restora­tion pro­fes­sional

As clas­sic-car own­ers and en­thu­si­asts, we’re surely all as into the whole Kiwi DIY thing as any other hobby — how­ever, there will come a time when most of us sim­ply lack the tools, skills, or knowl­edge to do cer­tain things. When it comes to out­sourc­ing a job on your beloved clas­sic, who do you turn to? We’ve com­piled a check­list to help you nar­row down the best pro­fes­sional for the job, and hope­fully get it done right the first time around.

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