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Lake Mulwala CANCELLED Rod Run

But we went anyway and had a great time with a few other regional Victorian rodders...

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Australian Street Rodding
January 2021

rod BUILDING

1931 Model a Ford Coupe, Greg Hardcastle, rod squad rodders, Gaven, QLD

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Australian Street Rodding
January 2021

Insani.D

Stan Kaminski’s crazy bucket has survived since the seventies...

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Australian Street Rodding
January 2021

McGregors' Model As

Luke and Rob built a terrific pair of street rod Tudors...

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Australian Street Rodding
January 2021

Re-emerging from Lockdown

What it means to be able to get your street rod out and play with it

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Australian Street Rodding
January 2021

Castlemaine Coffee Cruise

Keen car enthusiasts congregate in the treet Rod Capital for our first post-COVID lockdown cruise...

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Australian Street Rodding
January 2021

1948 CHEVROLET PICKUP

Tony Hubbard has always been into cars and had some of his own from as young as 13. He started a panel beater/fabricator apprenticeship at 15 while living in Euroa but halfway through his apprenticeship, Tony moved to Melbourne. His first streetcar was an FJ Holden that was low to the ground, painted red, had a roll pan fitted and later on he raced speedway, go karts and has been involved in motor racing for 55 years. He’s still got a Camaro that he campaigns in the historic touring car series.

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Australian Street Rodding
January 2021

How-To Grilled To Perfection

Modifying the grille shell, fitting head and taillights

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Australian Street Rodding
January 2021

Poison Ivy

A cool custom onvertible cruiser...

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Australian Street Rodding
December 2020

EVIL '36

Chris Van Eekelen’s scary-cool street rod coupe...

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Australian Street Rodding
December 2020

Rod Building

Projects at andy scicluna’s area 51 workshop, Woodend, Victoria

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Australian Street Rodding
December 2020

Saving History

Rick Ling’s survivor street rod T Bucket...

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Australian Street Rodding
December 2020

Joe Gomboc's Chevy Pickup

Insipred to build after working at the 16th Street Rod Nationals...

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Australian Street Rodding
December 2020

Revy Bery

Steve Ridges LS powered T Bucket

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Australian Street Rodding
December 2020

How-To Set Up The Steering

Fitting steering column and linkages to the Model A Bucket

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Australian Street Rodding
December 2020

Don't You Hate It When…

Little things you just wish would stop occurring in your workshop

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Australian Street Rodding
December 2020

TWS TECHNICAL WORKSHOP

TWS TECHNICAL WORKSHOP

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Australian Street Rodding
November 2020

Jade's Jalopy

Second generation hot rodder, Jade Scrim scored one seriously cool street rod...

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Australian Street Rodding
November 2020

Take it to the Show!

Aussie hot rodding on display from back in the day...

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Australian Street Rodding
October 2020

Overland Hauler

Kevin Kendall’s country cruiser hot rod...

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Australian Street Rodding
November 2020

TWS TECHNICAL WORKSHOP

The column wherein all your questions relating to the technical aspects of hot rodding can be answered by our technical consultant, Ted Robinette.

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Australian Street Rodding
October 2020

ROD BUILDING

Hot Rod Shed Crawl, Newcastle, NSW

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Australian Street Rodding
October 2020

READERS forum

What a find! Maybe one of our readers will recognise these photos as being their own. Most of the cars shown here would be familiar to Victorian rodders, particularly those who were fortunate enough to get to Riverside for the drags back then. I was too young to have a driving licence so never made it to Riverside, but still recognise most of these photos. A couple that I don’t know include the light coloured (white?) channelled ’34 Ford coupe (Rego: HTR-412) and the rear-engined flathead racer that looks similar to the one John English started out with but his had an independent rear end made from early Ford bits and there are differences in the chassis and roll bar shape. It is interesting that the ’59 Ford Fairlane is equipped with a continental kit – wonder if it came that way or had it added when still quite a new car? Can anyone else add more details, particularly to the not-so-well-known cars shown in this album collection?

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Australian Street Rodding
November 2020

MetalWorking

Covell@cruzio.com

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Australian Street Rodding
October 2020

Buttercup

Max Bowland built his “Buttercup” Model A roadster from an unfinished project in just 14 months...

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Australian Street Rodding
November 2020

Bushfire Fundraiser

Kingpin Kuztums Hot Rod Social

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Australian Street Rodding
November 2020

Pat Laub's '32 3W

A long term project that’s definitely a keeper...

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Australian Street Rodding
October 2020

In The Shed At Shady Creek With Richard Fazzani

The small Victorian community of Shady Creek is a distance from the highway, in fact Cobb and Co. coaches used to rattle and rumble through the area way before the Princes Highway was ever dreamt of.

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Australian Street Rodding
November 2020

Hughesie's Hot Rod

Hot rodded in the seventies by Brian Flynn, this striking ’35 Ford three-window was the first of its kind in Australia...

5 mins read
Australian Street Rodding
November 2020

How-To Model A Bucket Re-creation Project: Disc Brake Adaption

Falcon rotors and Commodore calipers to early Ford stub axles

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Australian Street Rodding
November 2020

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