Firstly, I must thank you for consistently producing a quality publication — it is with great excitement that I await my new copy of New Zealand Classic Car magazine each month.
I am writing to you today with regards to the article on vehicle compliance that you published in your most recent issue. I found it an engaging and informative piece, not to mention a breath of fresh air as far as the New Zealand Classic Car experience is concerned, and if this type of article is representative of your role in the hot seat, long may it continue! As a recent retiree, and one who finds himself in the fortunate position of being able to shop around for my dream car, I am presently searching for a 1956 Ford Customline — a car that, to me, holds significant childhood memories. The knowledge imparted by your article gives me more confidence in extending my search abroad, in knowing what I can do myself, and what aspects are best left to the professionals. While I am still, of course, hesitant about purchasing anything sight-unseen, I do now feel slightly more confident about using the world wide web to aid me in my searches.