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Just Cars

Just Cars

#299 21-03

Just Cars is the Collectable, Classic and Custom Car enthusiast’s bible for buying, selling and just plain dreaming. Not only is it the largest selling car magazine in Australia, it’s free for individuals to advertise meaning there’s no better place to find your next dream machine, or to find a like-minded mate who’s going to take care of yours if you need to sell it.

Land:
Australia
Sprog:
English
Udgiver:
JUST AUTO Classifieds Pty Ltd
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1 min.
a word from the boss

Our new normal seems to involve masks, distancing, choosing who is part of the inner sanctum and who is a stranger. Whether we like it, agree with it, or want to change, it does not really matter as it is our new reality. People still want to buy and sell, but how we buy and sell is changing. Unless you are a destination business and people want to take risks to come to your door, you had better make sure that you can sell to your customers everywhere that they are looking to buy. Your customers are searching on the Web to purchase Online, with their friends on Social Media sharing cool stuff to buy, deals arrive in their email, and great stuff is on display in the magazines that we…

4 min.
jaguar to produce e-type ‘geneva’ tributes

Jaguar Classic, the in-house heritage, restoration and special projects division of Jaguar, will produce an extremely limited run of E-Type coupes and roadsters to mark the 60th Anniversary next year of the original E-Type’s introduction. Unlike the Lightweight E-Type continuation models from 2014, the cars will not be scratch built, but will instead be based on original 1960s-era cars, fully restored and refinished to reflect the style and appearance of two cars that Jaguar introduced at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show. Following a similar approach by Aston Martin for their V12 Zagato speedster and coupe that were sold as a ‘set’, the “E-Type 60 Collection” will only be offered as a matching pair of coupe and roadster - they cannot be purchased separately. Only six pairs will be produced, for twelve units…

2 min.
kia previews stinger update

Ahead of its Australian release later this year, Kia have presented the first images of their updated Stinger sports sedan. As well as revised exterior styling, the updated 2021 Stinger will offer a redesigned interior, with new materials and colours. Infotainment tech will be upgraded, too, with an improved 10.25-inch centre console touchscreen that adds split-screen functionality, as well as a frameless rearview mirror and new mood lighting system that offers up to 64 different colours. “The updated model builds on the svelte gran turismo design we introduced three years ago with modern flair and a subtle hint of aggression to enhance its on-road presence,” says Karim Habib, Senior Vice President and Head of Kia Global Design. “The interior too has been enhanced, and the new design elements and technologies incorporated into…

4 min.
aston martin creates ‘007 edition’ sports cars

Continuing the strong bond (pun intended) between Aston Martin and the 007 movie franchise that started 56 years ago with the DB5 in Goldfinger, the British carmaker has announced that limited-edition versions of their Vantage and DBS Superleggera will be built to celebrate the release of the 25th James Bond film, No Time to Die, later this year. Both the DBS and Vantage have Bond history, featuring in 1969’s On Her Majesty’s Secret Service and 1987’s The Living Daylights, respectively, although, to be specific, the latter was the Vantage’s predecessor in the Aston Martin V8. In a case of Aston Martin overkill, No Time to Die will feature no less than four Aston Martins on screen, from the iconic DB5, to a classic V8, the latest DBS Superleggera and the new Valhalla…

3 min.
hsv transition to gmsv confirmed

The last fragments of the HSV brand will be extinguished along with the final Holden-badged cars when Holden Special Vehicles changes its name to General Motors Special Vehicles later this year. Announced on 18 August, the new General Motors Special Vehicles (GMSV) operation will essentially be a continuation of current HSV operations under a new name, aimed at ensuring General Motors products continue to be available here, despite GM abandoning RHD markets globally. Some senior Holden personnel will transfer across to the new business when it officially starts up in Q4, 2020, but the exact makeup of GMSV’s leadership, along with the likely dealer network, is yet to be confirmed. Before the end of Holden’s Australian manufacturing operations in 2017, there were more than 60 HSV dealers nationally. While unconfirmed, around 40…

1 min.
2020 sema show cancelled

The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) has pulled the plug on the 2020 edition of the aftermarket industry trade show in Las Vegas, announcing on 5 August that this year’s event would not go ahead. The cancellation is the first in the show’s 53-year history. As late as the end of July, plans were in place for the show to still go ahead on 3-6 November, with mandatory face masks, temperature checks and other measures in place. However, at an event that attracts more than 150,000 people annually, even the most rigid social distancing and public safety measures would be almost impossible to enforce. Ultimately, cancellation became the only realistic option. A virtual show was being mooted, but it now seems that no such online-only event will go ahead. “We appreciate the spirit,…