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When Hayden Wilby got the opportunity to compete in the Burnout Masters at Summernats, he knew he’d have to bring his Commodore up
Justin Johnstone with the help of a few good mates built this blown HQ Holden from a rolling shell to a tough Southern Streeter
“Published in NZV8 Issue No. 81” View fullsize I can’t even remember who said it now, it was that long ago,” Lee Wilson
Roger Talbot wanted to make up for years of not owning a decent car by building the best he could with no regrets!
“When a teenage David Vea dreamed of owning a big block muscle car, he never expected to realize that dream in something
Damien Smith’s long road to build an American inspired mini-truck.
Some people buy them and build them from scratch, then there’s guys like Charlie Bailey who buy good cars and make them even better! Words:
This Falcon was hiding a few unwanted secrets, but rather than give up on it, the wrongs were righted, and Rob has his dream car
The big man grew up surrounded by slammed HQs, so it’s only natural he has built his ultimate version of one — although this one
Dave’s been down this road before, but ‘Phase Two’ of his ‘65 Impala build takes things to a whole new level of tuff.
With an immense knowledge of all things Mopar it may come as a surprise that this numbers-matching, Hemi-powered ’66 Charger
Gold and a bit of shine can hide a car’s rough past, but don’t be fooled — this Anglia gasser is the embodiment
“A dessert consisting of a rich custard base topped with a layer of hardened caramelised sugar” — kind of sums up the vibe of this Thriftmaster pretty well; once you crack the surface you find something a little bit different underneath
The trusty HQ Holden has long been an Australasian motoring icon, but as prices of nice examples continue to soar, so
This mega-powered small-tyre streeter is an engineering masterpiece in disguise!