Australian Hot Rodder 4
  • Australian Hot Rodder 4

Australian Hot Rodder 4


Bob Bowman's Model A Tourer and Model A Coupe; Warren Wilkie's '36 three window coupe; Peter Leech's '32 roadster; Don Langdon's '35 tourer; 1934 Victorian Centenary Grand Prix; plus much more


Deuce Daze - For Peter Leech the Deuce is the king of hot rods

Class A Tub - Bob Bowman's hand-built Model A tub is a hot rodding masterpiece

Cool Mint Coupe - Almost 40 years after it first hit the road the Peppermint Pirate is still going strong

True to Tradition - Warren Wilkie honours the traditions of hot rodding with his beautiful '36 three window coupe

Roads to Glory - Against the odds a couple of unknowns in a '34 Ford won the Victorian Centenary Grand Prix

Touring Class - Don Langdon's born-again '35 tourer is all class

From Flat Out to Full Noise - Ross Preen is the big noise in the Australian cackle car scene

Hot Rod Heaven - All roads led to Narrandera in 1973 for the first Australian Street Rodding Nationals

The Luck of the Draw - Malcolm Mountjoy's luck was in when he won the first ever ASRF raffle car at the 1977 Nationals

Two Hot Tees - The Model T Ford has always been Leon Birss's favourite

The Pathfinder - Brian Keegan was drag racing before there were any drag strips to race on

King Pin - Sitting down with Andy Morris and Bob Bowman, two of the legends of hot rodding

Straight Lines - David Cook answers the question of who was our first drag racer.