Garages, sheds and driver's seats aren't just the vestige of men. There are a few good women who are well involved in the car scene, and we're keen to get to know them.
From Queen Elizabeth II — who was a mechanic in WW2, to Danica Patrick — the first woman to drive in Indy Car, you ladies are an integral part of the fabric that is our hobby, our passion, our life.
We'd like to hear from women who consider themselves part of the motoring world and to tell their story in an upcoming issue of New Zealand Classic Car.
If you are, or know someone who has a great story about the feminine view of motoring, get in touch with Lachie Jones (email@example.com) with a few details about who you are and how your love of cars plays a part in your life.