Classic Cars

Ford XR6 Interceptor

The Cortina Interceptor had the aerodynamics of a brick, a four-speed box, and drum brakes at the back. It also had a trio of Webers, a rorty exhaust and a 1 200 kilo kerb mass. We liked it. A lot.

Volkswagen Scirocco

One of the few

Threats from front wheel drive German companies meant Toyota’s Corolla Liftback left buyers wanting more. Some mechanical tweaks and a full Toyota Dealer Team livery improved the little hatchback’s performance credentials.

Fiery Firenza

Basil van Rooyen and his Superformance tuning company wanted to prove a point to Genral Motors in Port Elizabeth. He installed an Trans Am spec V8 engine into the minute Chevrolet chassis and the legendary ‘Little Chev’ was born.

General Lee

General Lee – 1969 Dodge Charger


Welcome to my corner of the automotive world! I'm Mandy Lawson, better known as mandla85, and I'm absolutely obsessed with everything related to cars and motorsports. You bet I'm interested if it has four wheels (or sometimes two!) and an engine. For me, cars aren't just a means of transportation; they're a passion, a lifestyle, and an endless source of fascination. I love diving into the world of automotive engineering and design, exploring the latest trends, and uncovering the stories behind the machines. Email / Facebook