NZ RodderA biannual coffee table publication that brings you the best from New Zealand's hot rod and kustom scenes, past and present.
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Bernice Woodcock owns a sneaky LS-powered ’51 Chevy Hardtop, but does she really? Hubby Woody won’t get out of the driver’s seat! Read all about the build in August’s NZ Petrolhead. You’ll also see plenty of other builds in our super-quick coverage of Kruzin Kustoms’ Mid Winter Chill Out, and a bunch of projects in the Palmy Swap meet event report. Father’s Day is looming, so make sure you check out the extensive gift guide for inspiration. There’s also a look back at Pukekohe Park Raceway’s formative years; rally action; Mopars galore; and two Ford days. Grab your free copy today, or have the mag mailed to your door – click on the ‘subscribe’ tab above.
#189 NZ Rodder is here!
NZ Rodder celebrates 90 years of the 1932 Ford with features on a period-perfect dry lake style roadster, and a recently imported Tudor. But wait, there’s more! How about a ’34 Ford five-window, and an altered wheelbase ’62 Nova gasser that runs a pair of Predator carbs. Remember those?
There’s a big dose of event coverage, including the two biggies Kumeu and Muscle Car Madness. We bring you great images from the Jalopy Dust Up at Waihi Beach, the NZ Rodder Gasser Wars Reunion Drags, and the recent Rust ‘n’ Dust.
You’ll get a look back at the ‘70s and ‘80s thanks to photographers who were shooting drag racing at Ruapuna, and indoor car shows around the country.
More of a coffee-table publication than a magazine, the NZ Rodder is printed on high quality paper with a heavy gloss laminated cover. Issue #189 is $30 plus delivery; order your copy today.
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