Dream car

New Zealand Classic Car - - Feature - Graeme Mur­ray, Cleve­don Thanks for the kind words, Graeme. Keep an eye out for more in­for­ma­tive ar­ti­cles like this in fu­ture is­sues. AFW

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.

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