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Castlemaine Coffee Cruise

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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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How-To Grilled To Perfection

Modifying the grille shell, fitting head and taillights

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