CRUZIN MAGAZINE #241

There’s not much that hasn’t been done to a 1932 Ford but that doesn’t mean you can’t make a statement. We love everything about motor trimmer Peter Goodgbun’s deuce roadster which features on our cover this month, and you will too.

Keeping good company is a pair of tough, chopped hot rod coupes – Wayne Chapple’s ’34 Ford and Danial Robinson’s ’35 Chevy are driven hard and often! If we’re talking muscles, lets not forget John Fuller’s 1956 Ford Mainline post sedan, a unique beast from a family of Ford enthusiasts.

Looking for a change of pace? Then Dale French’s 1936 Ford 3W coupe will leave your mouth watering. With this much cool, who would want to be in a hurry.

The GM guys will get a kick out of our tour of the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky, but then again it’s the kind of place that any auto enthusiast can appreciate. Then in total contrast, we head over to the UK to check out the beach racing at Pendine Sands which looks like it could have taken place even before they made a Corvette!

Last but certainly not least is our dedication to the late John Winterburn, aka Stomper, a legend in the drag racing community throughout Australia and the USA, and we thank his friend Lex Swayn for compiling this tribute.

But wait, there’s more! We also catch up with Aussie band the Flattrakkers, we look at the pinstripe and kustom art of Jarmo Nuutre from Estonia, and as usual our thanks go out to Mitzi & Co for our stunning centrefold.

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

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