Car Features

Clyde Schuster's Childhood Dream Revived: Restoring a 1960 Chevrolet Impala Convertible

The car, advertised on social media, was a diamond in the rough, a shadow of its former glory. But Clyde saw beyond the rust and patches, envisioning a pristine restoration that would bring the Impala back to its former glory. With determination in his heart, Clyde arranged a car trailer, enlisted the help of his son, and embarked on a journey to Nelspruit to claim his dream car.

Owner's Spotlight: Jim Page's Harper Type 5

However, lacking the means to build it himself, Jim scoured the internet until he stumbled upon Harper Sports Cars in 2013. Convinced that the Harper Type 5 was the answer to his automotive dreams, Jim flew to Cape Town to meet Craig, the builder behind Harper Sports Cars, and promptly ordered one.

1969 Chevy Camaro SS: A Passion Project Revived

A Childhood Dream, A Muscle Car Legacy
Growing up in the presence of his racing enthusiast father, Daan Boonzaaier, Allen was immersed in the world of speed and horsepower. Daan's record-setting '70 Camaro, which dominated tracks like Tarlton and Rainbow Dragstrip, left an indelible mark on young Allen. He spent his formative years at the track, absorbing the sights and sounds of roaring engines and burning rubber, fueling his passion for muscle cars, and igniting a dream of one day owning a Camaro of his own.

Pieter Laubscher's Immaculate 1966 Ford Mustang: A Testament to Patience and Passion

Pieter's love affair with muscle cars began long before he laid eyes on his beloved Mustang. Having bought and sold several classic cars over the years, including a 1966 Karmann Ghia, 1951 Ford F1, and a 1976 Mini, Pieter's passion and determination were evident. However, it was the allure of a 1965/66 Fastback Mustang that truly captured his heart.

Exploring Rear Engine Configurations in Harper Sports Cars: Transverse Type 5 vs. Inline Transaxle Type 6

Rear-Mounted Transverse Engine (Harper Type 5)

In a rear-mounted transverse engine setup, the engine is positioned at the rear of the car with its crankshaft aligned side-to-side, perpendicular to the direction of the car. This layout is commonly found in smaller cars and front-wheel-drive vehicles, including Harper's Type 5 model.

Rospa Imports Introduces the 2023 and 2024 Corvette Stingray to South Africa

Unmatched Performance
The 2023 and 2024 Corvette Stingray is the most powerful production Stingray in history, boasting a quarter-mile time of just 11.2 seconds with an available 495 horsepower LT2 V8 engine. Positioned behind the driver, this naturally aspirated V8 delivers power to the rear wheels, ensuring a thrilling driving experience every time.

Advanced Features

Moment Motor Company Electrifies the Iconic 1966 Series I Jaguar E-Type

Originally manufactured between 1961 - 1974, the Jaguar E-Type has earned its place as an automotive icon, celebrated for its beauty and performance. Moment Motor Company's electrified version retains the E-Type's classic design while integrating a powerful and reliable electric drivetrain. This transformation allows owners to enjoy the stunning looks of the Series I E-Type with the added benefits of EV power.

Unleashing the Beast: The Harper Series by Craig Harper

Bodywork: The Harper series offers three distinct models: A, B, and C.
  • A Type: Inspired by Le Mans prototypes, the A Type features a front bonnet and a pointed nose, reminiscent of classic race cars.
  • B Type: The B Type introduces subtle yet significant changes, such as a redesigned nose section for improved aerodynamics and easier assembly onto the chassis.
  • C Type: The C Type is a refined version of the B Type, with more aggressive wheel flares and a sleek one-piece front section.

The Custom FJ45 Land Cruiser A South African Icon

By: Chris Wall

1960 Ford Mustang Classic Recreations Villain

Jason Engel, a true Mustang aficionado, is the owner of Classic Recreations, a shop dedicated to building Shelby-licensed recreations faithful to the original car, with a modern twist. Known for building the 1967 Shelby GT500 "Eleanor" from *Gone in Sixty Seconds*, Engel has played a significant role in reviving interest in classic Mustangs among a new generation of enthusiasts. His line of Shelby Mustangs was personally approved by Carroll Shelby before his passing, adding to their authenticity.


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