The perfect magazine for any gearhead or car enthusiast, Car Craft will get your motor running.
If you’ve got a burning desire for speed and a love for American cars, then a copy of Car Craft magazine is exactly what you need. If your love is for a Ford, your devotion is to a Daimler or you’re crazy about Chryslers and Corvettes, and you love tuning an engine to within an inch of its life then you will fell at home. Filled with reviews of the latest motors and equipment, great articles on motor-racing and instructive tips and guides to restoring and getting the very best out of your car, this magazine is for those who aren’t afraid of getting their hands dirty and know their prop-shafts and torque-converters. A real men’s magazine for those who appreciate the art and power of the car.
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Car Craft magazine for a large part deals with classic American cars, and we really understand why. Cars today are boring. No, really, we mean it. There’s such an emphasis on safety and reliability and fuel economy that we feel ourselves melting into a puddle of absolute boredom. They look alright, but hardly exciting for the most part; designed to be the most efficient machine possible. What’s more, they don’t even like you to have a bit of a fiddle under the bonnet and tune it up yourself anymore, more often than not covering up the engine with plastic.
Of course a lot of this makes sense – after all, we’d all rather we survived a car crash than didn’t. Nevertheless, things that make a lot of sense are rarely very much fun. No one has ever dressed up sensibly before a great night out. The same is true with cars. With some of the old American beauties found in the pages of Car Craft magazine you felt like you were the king of cool driving them, and forever on the verge of losing control and becoming a really exciting looking accident. Mostly this is because you were. Despite this, people used to have a lot more fun in cars than we do now (even actually going out for a drive for the pleasure of it if you can believe it!), and that’s something we can appreciate. So, drive safe but don’t forget to enjoy yourselves out there. NB