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Channelling The '60s

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Channelling defined hot rodding in the 1960s. Young hot rodders all over the country were using the technique to achieve a lower, sportier look for their old Fords. When John Bowker built his classic ’34 roadster in the early 1960s it was only natural that he channelled it

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Straight Line Fever

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

It was only natural that after young guys built their first hot rods that they race them, on the street at first, then at more organized meetings at places like Pakenham, the first drag strip in Australia, and then at Riverside Dragway at Fishermans Bend on the banks of the Yarra River in Melbourne. From those humble beginnings drag racing spread all over the country with tracks springing up in almost every state

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Accidental Hero

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Norm Longfield never set out to build a stunning show-winning hot rod when he began the build of his ’23 T-bucket, but by the time he’d finished he had one of the most beautiful hot rods ever built in this country and a swag of show trophies

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