Australian Hot Rodder 6


Peter Swift's black beauty; Peter Ingram's deuce tub; Eddie Ford; Paul Body's art deco Dodge; Bob Hamilton; Low Riding Roadster; Michael Pearson Holden custom; A quiet achiever - Ross Supple; Leigh Priggen Deuce coupe; Greg Goddard drag racing; Len Case t bucket


Swift Tee - In the 1960's there was no sweeter hot rod than Peter Swift's black beauty

Ace of Tubs - Peter Ingram's Deuce tub is about as cool as any hot rod built in this country

Custom Rodder - Eddie Ford was perfectly qualified to be the producer of the first hot rod magazine published by hot rodders

Deco Dodge - An injection of lotto cash enabled Paul Body to complete his art deco Dodge hot rod

Hammo's Missile - Bob Hamilton was a larger than life part of the Sydney hot rod scene in the 1960s

Low Ridin' Roadster - George Kotevich has the look of a channelled car with the comfort of a highboy

On the Prowl - The swinging 60s roars to life in Michael Pearson's beautiful Holden custom

A Quiet Achiever - Ross Supple loves bringing rusty old wrecks back to life as shiny new hot rods

Old School Cool - A desire for a steel bodied hot rod drove Leigh Priggen to build his neat old school Deuce coupe

Where it all Began - Greg Goddard was one of the prime movers behind the birth of hot rodding and drag racing in Australia

Len's Little Cutee - Few cars attract as much attention as Len Case's cute little t-bucket