One of the star attractions currently on display at FMM is an Edwardian-style aero-engined special that was built in Cape Town by the enigmatic motor builder, racer and historian Dickon Daggitt...

A regular feature, outlining the activities of FMM’s workshop personnel who are responsible for repairing, renovating, refurbishing and restoring the museum’s large and varied collection of vehicles. This month we report on JP getting into the saddle and gearing up his Mustang...

More than 50 years ago after a lengthy gestation period, the Mazda Cosmo Sport appeared to showcase the company’s Wankel rotary engine development. Hand built in limited numbers, the model has become a rare and collectible piece of automotive history. Mike Monk recalls the model’s...

A regular feature outlining the activities of FMM’s workshop personnel who are responsible for repairing, renovating, refurbishing and restoring the museum’s large and varied collection of vehicles. This month we report on Donnie Tarentaal giving the museum’s immaculate MG TF a new lease of life...

It is fairly common knowledge that the Protea, shortly followed by the GSM Dart, were South Africa’s first locally-manufactured production cars. They appeared within six months of each other in 1957. But there were a couple of locally-designed and built cars that preceded these two...

The Great Depression following the Wall Street crash in 1929 left America in a sorry state and the country’s motor industry was badly affected as a result. The triumvirate of Auburn, Cord and Duesenberg was amongst the casualties and the surviving models make one wonder...