Cruzin #237 is available now, with everything from mega bling to uncommon things! If you’ve been wondering where Peter Olver’s LEETHL 1934 Ford coupe has been for all of these years, well we’ve got the answer in this edition. The car looks as good as it did more than 15 years ago when it debuted at SummerNats. Sharing the cover is something in total contrast, Gavin Stevens’ custom bodied Model A roadster and budget builders will appreciate the tale.

Tony Fox fulfilled a life long dream to acquire a sharp Model A tudor and tells his story within. Rounding out the hot rods is Next Gen rodder, Toby Cook and his four-slug Anglia, a tidy streeter in every sense of the word.

We targetted Aaron Vanderstaay’s 1958 Chrysler Plainsman some time ago and pleased to present it to you this month. A father-son project, it’s rare and unique and perfect throughout. If it’s a little too stock for your liking, then the trio of custom cars from Japan will blow you away!

We also look over the 2020 Kustom Nationals at Phillip Island and the National Chevy Festival in South Australia, then fill you in some interesting facts on identifying tyres. Our featured artist is Claudia Hek, and this month’s GloveBox column looks at the re-released hard bound book, Billy F Gibbons; Rock & Roll Gearhead.

Grab it at your local, or buy online at and pay no postage in Australia.

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