Latest Issue: May 2016 - No.180
And why shouldn’t the real heavyweights enjoy the fun of flying around an arena?
The latest happenings from the classic military vehicle world.
The story of a reader’s Chevrolet C15 restoration.
David Fletcher profiles the early versions and points out their many weaknesses.
BEST OF BRITISH
Scott Smith talks to Belgian enthusiast Guy Labbe about the resurrection of his 1944 Bedford QL.
Inspired by the Royal Navy’s air portable Citroën pickup, Mike John decided to recreate the French version.
TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE
Borgward-owned Goliath put in a contender for the Bundeswehr’s new light 4x4 in 1955 but, as James Taylor explains, it proved little short of a disaster.
Ian Young looks at the various war treasures rescued from the first Gulf War.
RED SQUARE PARADE
Jim Kinnear was in Moscow to see Russia’s WW2 relics.
NORFOLK RAILWAY SHOW
John Norris was there to soak up the nostalgia.
A round up of forthcoming events and military fairs.
THE MILITARY VEHICLE MARKET
Milweb’s Nigel Hay charts the ups and downs of the military vehicle marketplace.
Our listing of current vehicle values.
The little and large show military style.