Do you own an iconic car? Fancy starring in CAR? | CAR Magazine

Do you own an iconic car? Fancy starring in CAR?

Published: 19 June 2014 Updated: 26 January 2015

Do you own an iconic car? Perhaps you own a mint original Mini or a landmark supercar? CAR magazine wants to hear from you.

We’re building a database of readers with interesting models for use in future issues of CAR magazine, our iPad edition and here on our website.

While we regularly get help from car manufacturers sourcing cars, rare, limited-production or more obscure ones can be tricky to track down for photoshoots.

So we’re enlisting your help. We plan to build a private database of readers willing to help out on photoshoots. We guarantee your details will not be published or used for marketing purposes – we will only ever contact you to request help for an editorial feature in CAR.

How to tell CAR magazine about your garage

If you’d like to offer to help out and have your car snapped by some of the most skilled car photographers in the business, it’s very easy. Simply email our office manager stating your name, daytime telephone number and year, make and model of car.

Feel free to include a photograph of your car should you have one to hand. For security purposes, we would recommend not including your full address, though a rough location (county/region) would be useful for our logistical planning.

At this stage we would like to extend this offer to readers in the UK, Europe and the US, as we regularly shoot features for CAR magazine in these locations.

What’s in it for you?

This is your chance to have your cherished car photographed by the most skilled artists in the business. A quick browse through any issue of CAR pays testament to the quality of our photography and design.

CAR magazine has been shooting cars to perfection for 52 years and this could be the ideal chance for your car to feature in the pages of CAR and our sister titles around the world.

We look forward to hearing from you!

By Tim Pollard

Group digital editorial director, car news magnet, crafter of words