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Ian Hyne - ...
Ian Hyne - 'Sonic7'
Editor of KIT CAR magazine
Ian Hyne - 'Rocket'
Editor of Kit Car Magazine
GKD Sports Cars. Welcome to the EVOLUTION.
Ian Hyne - Kit Car Magazine
Ian Hyne becomes editor of ...
Ian Hyne becomes editor of KC.1984 A legal dispute between PF and Blackburns results in a final order resulting in PF calling his publication 'Component Car' (which later became 'Which Kit?') to ensure it isn't 'passed off' as 'Kit Car'.
...1989. KCi is started by Ian Hyne.
Kit Car editor, Ian Hyne, ...
Kit Car editor, Ian Hyne, has built a fair few kit cars too.His recent build of a Caterham, a Quantum Xtreme and a Toylander have been well documented in Kit Car magazine, but these are just his most recent exploits.
examines the pros and cons of building replicas and asks whether the industry enhances or detracts from the reputation of the original cars.
The MX5 based TG puts that right as Ian Hyne
has a close look.
pays them a visit and finds a thriving company with a great deal to commend it.
tries a Dodge Viper replica for sale at Hallmark Cars.
Latham Sports Register | Kitcars International Magazine 1990
Once again, it was Ian Hyne, now penning articles for Kitcars Intrernational, who came to look at two newly completed examples . . .
has driven the first customer built example to hit the road.
With thanks to Ian Hyne
Kitcars International magazine
August 1990, pages 78-80
Jeff's car, F2034, is now with a new owner, but still resides in Yorkshire.
The red car (left), which was in the process of being built when Ian
visited the LSC Bicester factory in 1990, was F2037.