Sunday, July 14, 2024


If you like bling, zing, and them blower things, you’ll be right at home among the pages of this month’s Cruzin mag! Cruzin #276 features another impressive collection of cool rides, headlined by Bruce Borlase’s rare-ish 1933 Ford cabriolet on the cover. Turn a few pages in, and there’s Elton Walker’s elite-level ’57 Chevy wagon, a project that’s been a long time coming for this Queensland engineer.

We also check out John Thompson’s 1948 Anglia, a fresh build that debuted at the WA Street Rod Nats, Frank Antoniazzo’s 1936 Ford coupe that’s been re-rodded more than once over the past few decades, and John Shelton’s Ford Thunderbird in South Australia.

We would have loved to be at the Grand National Roadster Show earlier this year to check out the Street Machines; Then and Now, but thankfully Stephan Szantai has provided us with some awesome pics from this flashback to the Pro-Street era. Just for fun we head to Armidale in NSW for the New England Rod and Custom Run, and then to Sydney for Letterheads, an unique gathering of pinstripers and signwriters. Before we left town, we dropped in at Andy’s Restorations for a ten-minute tour.

We also take a quick peek at a gathering of rare Lincoln Zephyr’s, learn about Sarah Gayle Meech and her new album, Easin’ On, check out the small scale efforts of Adrian Perry and Leigh Adams, and Aussie Norm puts the spotlight on Dry Lakes stalwart, Steve Charlton, aka Animal.

It’s all in Cruzin #276, out now!

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