• NZ Rodder

  • A biannual coffee table publication that brings you the best from New Zealand's hot rod and kustom scenes, past and present.
  • The Car Enthusiast's Bible

  • NZ Petrolhead features hot rods, street machines, muscle cars, classics, motor sport, off-roading, tech, industry news and more.
  • NZ Petrolhead

  • Available free from more than 400 outlets nationwide every month, or subscribe and have it delivered to your door

NZ Rodder

A biannual coffee table publication that brings you the best from New Zealand's hot rod and kustom scenes, past and present.

The Car Enthusiast's Bible

NZ Petrolhead features hot rods, street machines, muscle cars, classics, motor sport, off-roading, tech, industry news and more.

NZ Petrolhead

Available free from more than 400 outlets nationwide every month, or subscribe and have it delivered to your door

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Happy New Year!

You’ll take a shine to January’s NZ Petrolhead. Why? Well, firstly, it has a fancy gloss cover; and secondly, it’s bulging at the seams with automotive goodness! We bring you tons of drag racing, including Gassers and Wild Bunch from Masterton Motorplex, and a test and tune and Comp 3 with Outlaw 71 at Napa Auto Parts Dragway. There are three car features – a blown ’55 Chevy, a classic ’56 Buick and a ’27 T roadster - and event coverage galore. Kaikoura Hop and Jalopy Dust Up are the biggies. You’ll also find heaps of classified ads, and the most comprehensive upcoming events directory in New Zealand. Pick up your copy for free, or subscribe by hitting the link.


NZ Rodder #188
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Mega Model A issue

Issue #188 of the New Zealand Rodder is back from the printer, and we're absolutely rapt with how it looks. This high-quality, substantial coffee-table style publication is jam-packed with quality editorial and photography. It’s a mega Model A issue, headlined by Andrew Beatson’s stunning chopped, channelled, and blown flathead coupe – along with his ’57 GMC 100 and custom air bagged trailer tow rig. There’s also trad Fordor, a historic roadster, and a coupe that got chopped and hot rodded in a day.

There are kustoms galore: a chopped ’50 Buick Sedanet, a ’39 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe taildragger, a look back at the last 40 years of the West Coast Cruisin’ Nationals, and part two of Mercurys in New Zealand.
For fans of ‘70s and ‘80s drag racing and rodding there’s an ‘Altereds at Ruapuna’ photo essay, and we poke through Paul De Martin’s photo album.
Printed on high quality paper with a heavy gloss laminated cover, NZ Rodder #188 is just $25 plus delivery. Order your copy today, it’s just the thing for summer holiday reading

(Please note, it’s unlikely that orders received after Thursday December 16 will be delivered before Christmas, couriers and NZ Post are slammed)