NZ Petrolhead

NZ Petrolhead is New Zealand’s biggest circulating special interest motoring title. Often described as the ‘car enthusiast’s bible’, NZ Petrolhead’s diverse editorial mix covers hot rods, street machines, muscle cars, classics, motor sport, off-roading, and more. You’ll also find a comprehensive events calendar, classified advertising, and coverage from motor sport and car events from around the country.

Distributed free on the third Monday of every month or available through subscription, NZ Petrolhead is your essential automotive fix.

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NZ Rodder

NZ Rodder magazine is your monthly dose of kiwi hot rodding culture. Regular hot rod, street machine and muscle car features represent what makes the New Zealand scene so cool, be it a home-built primered cruiser, a lovingly restored muscle car or a state of the art pro-built hot rod. Add news, views, event coverage, tech, artist profiles, shop tours and an event calendar, and you have a rodding magazine that any enthusiast can relate to.

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INDEPENDENCE DAY CRUISES 2015

AUCKLAND
Saturday July 4: Ken and Desma Galvin popular, annual American Independence Day Run leaves Beaumont Street in Auckland City at 7.00pm sharp, heads along the waterfront and finishes up at Vellenoweth Green, St Heliers Bay. The traditional American combination of hot dogs and hot coffee will be available. The run is on rain or shine.

MORRINSVILLE
Saturday July 4: Road Knights Rod & Customs Club’s Fourth of July run leaves Morrinsville to arrive at Hamilton. For more information contact Mudi, 022 GET MUDI or email mudi.hishon@xtra.co.nz

TAURANGA/BAY OF PLENTY
Saturday July 4: Meet at Noel Leeming car park, corner of Cameron Road and 2nd Ave in time for a 6.00pm departure. The run takes about an hour then finishes at Worlds End, Fraser Cove, for refreshments and a special menu board for meals. All American vehicles welcome, vintage to modern, classics and hot rods. For more info call Graham (0274)755 360, or Keith (0272)535 304.

LEVIN
Saturday July 4: Tararua Rodders invites all American car owners to meet outside Bartons Furniture/Caltex area, Main Road north, Levin, at 2.30pm. Departing 3.00pm for a cruise via Otaki to Waikanae for ‘social engagement’ and drinks/dinner (own expense) at the home of Gear Jammers… Waikanae Hotel. Phone/txt Nev (027)533 9982.

NELSON
Saturday July 4: Nelson City Rod and Custom Club’s annual Independence Day Cruise is open to all that want to participate. Meeting at the Nelson Suburban Club, 168 Tahunanui Drive from 9.00am; the cruise will leave at 11.00am. The cost is $5 per person which will be donated to charity.

TIMARU
Sunday July 5: South Canterbury USA Classic Car Club’s Independence Day Show and Run starts with the show at Timaru Town and Country Club car park, 99 Douglas Street, 10.00am to 1.00pm. The run is to a car shed at Woodbury near Geraldine. All USA vehicles and motor bikes welcome. Restaurant, plus American hot dogs and coffee, available.