Retromotive Volume Two
Lotus 11 LM150
“It’s not sophisticated, but the more you drive it - the more you realise what it’s all about.”
The moss and prolonged years of exposure have rendered
the wrecks beautiful.
Peugeot 205 GTI
The Peugeot quickly disappears from view after a couple of enthusiastic gear shifts. A slight exhaust crackle punctuating the negative space between gears.
Plymouth Road Runner Super Bird
While its looks may have divided opinion, there was no doubting the Plymouth’s impressive street credentials.
Volvo 242 GT
“I always knew Rod and I would build a car together. Never thought it would be a bloody Volvo.”
George Kabot may just be the envy of every car enthusiast in Australia, people actually pay him to drop shipping containers onto Toyota Camrys.
All the money in the world won’t make you happy, but just enough to buy your dream car might!
This incredible Mangusta was once owned by the son of one of the most famous singers who ever lived.
It’s loud, physically and aesthetically, but you can’t help but smile when he plants his foot and the cabin is filled with the primal roar of the V8.
Retromotive is a premium quality coffee table style magazine, printed on high quality paper stock.
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