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23/6/22: Ian Robertson

Classic.Retro.Modern. magazine is excited to be able to expand its Advertising Sales team and is looking for keen applicants with a proven track record.

We’re looking for someone that wants to work on the newest, freshest classic car magazine specialising in cars from the 1960s, 70s, 80s, 90s and noughties. We’re all about flexible working, so it will be working from home and the hours that suit the applicant. The rewards are high, with a generous commission structure and a bonus scheme. While there’s no company classic car, there are jaffa cakes that are particularly essential around print day.

Suitable applicants should contact Publisher Ian Robertson at or by calling 07976 438872. Please enclose a CV and a brief summary of why you are perfect to join the advertising team at Classic.Retro.Modern.

23/6/22: Lara Platman

New article by Guild member Lara Platman: Elsie ‘Bill’ Wisdom: The lap breaker

5/4/22: Stephen Mosley

Stephen Mosley is an established member of the Guild of Motoring Writers and has seen success both as a writer and photographer. Highlights include being Commended for the Guild's Feature Writer of the Year award in 2021 and regular attendance of the major Goodwood events as an official photographer. In addition he has a background as a design engineer which helps inform his understanding of the technical aspects of car design.

He regularly contributes to magazines and websites but has spare capacity and is seeking opportunities to broaden his portfolio. Based near Liverpool, Oulton Park is close by as are Southport and the Anglesey Circuit. Donington is less than two hours away and even events at Shelsley Walsh can be covered within a day.

Please contact Stephen through  or call 0151 3843081 to discuss commissions.

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