All that glitters is not gold – but it could be Gordon Day’s stunning 1964 Buick Riviera that features on the cover of Cruzin #255. The exquisite chopped luxury cruiser performs as good as it looks, both in power and creayure comforts! The ride was a little rougher 30 years or so earlier and Steve Smith will confirm that behind the wheel of his Model A Ford. If hand crafted components are your bag, you’ll dig this unique roadster.
Also in this issue we look at a bad, blown and black 1941 Willys coupe, a tidy 1958 Chevy Apache, and a 1933 Ford Victoria which has enjoyed a minor makeover. We also check out the Early Ford Club of NSW Flathead Day, and drop by Kool Kulture in Sydney, Australia’s largest outlet for Mooneyes gear and equipment.
Oh, and did we mention our 15 page coverage on the ASRF Central Coast Nationals in Ulverstone, Tasmania? We bring you all the highlights from three full days of cruising and bruising, from the main streets of Ulverstone to Symmons Plains Raceway.
We also revisit the art work of Aussie painter Peter Close, and tune in to The Rhine Valley Rumblers for a review on their latest album.
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