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2019 Winter Issue

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More Than A New England Auto Magazine…

Mesh New England is a bi-monthly, high quality publication that ignites the passion shared by automobile enthusiasts throughout the Northeast. From Ferrari to Delahaye and Chevrolet to Duesenberg, we celebrate the cars and the enthusiasm of the people who collect them. Each issue features the events, races, drives and destinations that will enhance your motoring experience. Exclusive to Mesh New England, we profile some of the region’s most prolific car collectors; racing enthusiasts; restoration, service and supply experts; and the people who stand alone creating rolling automotive art in their own garage.Mesh New England. Together we drive New England’s car culture.


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Let There Be Light

After rising from a three-decade slumber in an Illinois garage, a 1967 Lamborghini Miura P400 is now making appearances on the car-show circuit in the Northeast.

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Slot Car Nirvana

David Beattie makes slot-car tracks—but not the kind you found under the tree when you were a kid. Want Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca for your basement? How about Le Mans or a slice of Monaco or the track of your dreams in your garage? Beattie, founder and owner of Slot Mods, is your man.

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Hot Rodding In New England

America’s enduring obsession with old cars has an evil twin. It’s called hot rodding. And it has special roots here.

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Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction
April 11 - 13 | South Florida Fairgrounds | West Palm Beach, FL.

New York International Auto Show
April 19 - 28 | Javits Center | New York, NY.

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2019 Winter Issue

Last September we lost a fellow car guy when William B. Ruger Jr. passed away. Bill, as we knew him­­—was former chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Sturm, Ruger & Co. and was the company’s second CEO and son of the company’s founder. Bill was a great admirer of the fire engine, and he liked to collect/restore/drive certain models, each very unique in its own way. Enter Andy Swift. Andy owns and runs Firefly Restorations in Hope, Maine, which is one of the best places on this planet for an old fire engine to find itself and this is why Bill was Andy’s good friend as well as a client. In memoriam to Bill, Andy brought me to Bar Harbor, Maine to visit one of Bill’s favorite fire engines and share its story with you.

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