In this issue, Weston's Tom Larsen opens up the doors to his stable, A 10-page program for The Boston Cup 2014, we visit Mack fan Dan Avery to talk about his 1937 Mack Jr., check out Marshall Buck's 1:18 scale 1938 Mercedes-Benz 540K Autobahnkurier, a review of "Jim McGee, Crew Chief of Champions" by Gordon Kirby, and more! Subscribe Today!
The Summer 2013 issue of Mesh New England Magazine is out now! In this issue, Mesh New England visits the shop of Mark Mason to discuss his passion for restoring Gold Cup speedboats, as well as the occasional reproduction project. Also in this issue, a tribute to the late, great Ferrari expert and dealer Werner Pfister of Miller Motorcars. Then, we take a look at Bob Amorosi's immaculate 1967 GT500 Mustang, and finally, a profile on Steven Posner, President and CEO of Putnam Leasing. All that and more in the Summer 2013 issue of Mesh New England! Subscribe Today!
The Early Spring 2013 issue of Mesh New England Magazine is out now! In this issue, Mesh New England takes a look at the ongoing debate of whether to restore or not to restore certain barn find automobiles serves us well in this issue. There are actually different ranks of the term "barn find" that help determine that answer. All that and more in the Early Spring 2013 issue of Mesh New England! Subscribe Today!
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