CRUZIN MAGAZINE #246

Rebelene may be a Stray Cat’s tune, but it’s not the reasoning behind Greg Forster’s 1961 Cadillac with it’s radical roof swap. The unfinished Caddy languished in American chop shops for decades until Greg shipped it to Australia and brought it to life in spectacular fashion.

The old school crew will enjoy our interview with Paul McMullin and his collection of flathead Ford hot rods, which he enjoys with both his father and his son by his side. In a similar father-son tale, Michael Ahrens pieced together a neat 1932 Ford pickup for his dad, but with a slight twist. Don’t worry, you’ll dig it! Rounding out our hot rods is Earl and Connie Teichmann’s 1935 Chevy Delivery, a home built hauler which has lots of miles ahead of it.

We also wander the streets of Rockhampton during the innaugural Rocky Nats, check out beach racing under lights at the 2nd Normandy Beach Race in France, revisit the Chrysler-crazy Azzopardi’s for a peek inside their retro playroom, and check out what’s in store at Adelaide resto shop, All Car Restorations.

Our feature artists this issue is Skid at Airspeed Custom Art, and we take a closer look at rockabilly crew, The Delta 88 Trio from the UK. Phew!

Grab it at your local, or order online at www.drivebuy.net.au.

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