If you love steel coupes with hot rod history, then you’ll be gushing over Andrew Scrim’s 1934 Ford coupe on the cover of this edition, now stunning in black after sporting a series of styling changes and paint jobs since the late 1970s.
Stuart Lisk’s 1932 roadster is also a steel car, albeit not by Ford, but with a big block in the engine bay and lots of tricks, it’s a cool ride. We also visit Ron ‘Sugarman’ Isherwood to eyeball a pait of more contemporary-styled rides – a 1960 Corvette and a ’41 Chrysler, we look at Gus Stellino’s hopped up Anglia, and check out Rudy Cordina;s 1948 Chevy panel.
In Queensland we revisit the Ryno Insurance Downunder Beachfest on the Sunshine Coast, then head to Melbourne for a tour of Detroit Chassis and Deuce Customs, now one in the same. Norm Hardinge also gives us a brief overview of this year’s SpeedWeek thanks to some of his SCTA buddies.
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