Australian Hot Rodder 1
Dedicated to Australia's Hot Rod Heritage. 152 glossy, full colour pages packed with great stories and fabulous photography on Australian hot rodding and drag racing. Great old hot rods and hot rodders by Graham Smith
Dedicated to Australia's Hot Rod Heritage. 152 glossy, full colour pages packed with great stories and fabulous photography on Australian hot rodding and drag racing. Great old hot rods and hot rodders by Graham Smith.
Real Cool - Barry Fletcher was building really cool hot rods long before they became 'old school'
A Cut Above - If any car defines '60s hot rodding in Australia it's the channelled '34 Ford Coupe, and there were none better than Lynn Arrowsmith's old time beauty
Reading and Rodding - It was magazines that fired the passion for hot rodding in the formative years of the hobby
Buried Treasure Found - After slumbering in Charlie Caruana's garage for 30 years the glittering Pirotta/Caruana Model A pickup went straight to the AHR studio for our shoot
Bee Keeper - Ray Charlton had built, driven and raced '32 Fords for more than 50 years and he's still at it
From the Ashes - Once the fastest AA/FD in the land, Ash Marshall's Scorcher and has been restored to its former glory
Quarter Master - Ash Marshall blazed a colourful trail across the drag racing landscape in the 1960s and '70s driving his awesome AA/FD rails
Channelling the '60s - 50 years on the road hasn't dimmed the classic appeal of John Bowker's chanelled '34 roadster
Straight Line Fever - We trace the roots of Australian drag racing back to its humble beginnings on the outskirts of Melbourne
Accidental Hero - Norm Longfield never intended to build a show-stopping hot rod, but he did anyway