GROUP THERAPY – 1983 Holden VH SS Commodore

Stuffing a turbo LS into a first-generation Commodore is a bloody good way to build a seven-second street car, as we’ve seen lately with cars like Adam Rogash’s VK, ALLSHOW. Darren Clinton’s immaculate VH SS looks to subscribe to this newsletter by combining a killer stance on fat rubber, with that immaculate HDT-inspired bodywork, and […]

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BRONZE AUSSIE – HZ Holden Premier

Aiden Stampalia’s HZ Premier has had more makeovers than Kim Kardashian, but this latest one has been built to stand the test of time. “When I first got it, it looked like a car from the first Mad Max movie. To put it simply, it had more hits than Elvis Presley and was the laughing […]

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WIN THIS 1959 CORVETTE!

Sure, you can admire the external beauty of Scott Bartle’s gorgeous looking 1959 Corvette and be impressed, but this build is far from just a neat restoration, it is more like a re-engineering job. You need to delve a lot deeper into the build to discover what sets this car apart from the rest. The […]

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CHANGE OF HEART – 1973 XA Falcon

Duncan Macfarlane’s ’73 XA Falcon is one of those simple cars that you can’t help but like. The neat four-door wears a few battle scars, some mild patina and a tough stance thanks to some big rubber on satin-finished Centerlines – the car looks super cool, but the real story is tucked away under the […]

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HIGH PRIORITY – 1978 Ford F100

With its eye-catching Sting Red paint and tough-looking black rims, Shaun Stuart’s awesome F-100 it really looks the goods. The icing on the cake is the immaculate matching red and black interior trim, stitched together by 26-year-old Shaun himself, who’s a marine and auto trimmer by trade. That’s one wild F-truck, mate! How did you come by […]

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ART OF THE VEHICLE – DAVE DUNCAN

It all started when I spotted a picture on the South Australian Hot Rod Heritage Page on Facebook. A low slung channelled ’32 roadster, the candy apple red paint gleaming in the sun as it made its way along the dirt road into Brooksfield Dragway in South Australia. But this wasn’t an SA car, it […]

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INSTANT ATTRACTION – 1975 TX Gemini

One word comes to mind when looking at Brodie De Aguiar’s Gemini – impact! The car looks incredible in motion or standing still. The humble Gemini has never looked better, from the retina searing colour to the exquisite wheel choice, and of course, that aggressive stance. The car stands out at any event. His recent […]

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PHOTOSHOOT PACKAGES – WHAT DO YOU GET?

When it’s time to make your pride and joy shine, choose Western Australia’s premier automotive photographer, Jordan Leist. Through his lens, he’ll work out how to make your car look tougher, classier, smoother – whatever it needs. His passion for automotive photography and his dedication to his craft are second-to-none, and his results are unquestionably […]

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FOR SALE – 1973 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA

While I was down in Albany having some time away from Perth, I had the chance to photograph a few cars. One of the cars was Jason Pages’ 1973, 340-powered ‘Cuda. He wanted some great images to help sell the car. Rather than pay for just the basic ‘Bronze’ package, Jason went the whole hog […]

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KARMAGEDDON! – VL Commodore

This could have been another neat and tidy VL Calais with an RB30 turbo and Convo Pros, but Perth’s Steven Gledich had other ideas. Bought as a roller out of Melbourne, the car was already set up with mini-tubs, a 9-inch, slicks, wing and even a parachute mount. “It was not a bad thing when […]

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