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FEATURE - JTX Lighting for Classic Cars
Your classic car’s sealed or semi-sealed headlights are important parts, so don’t delay replacing them when they’re worn or damaged.
FEATURE - Mighty Car Mods
For 14 years, Mighty Car Mods have been making, breaking, thrashing, trashing and enjoying cars.
TECH – Airspeeder electric flying cars
It’s motorsport, but not as we know it, as the first Airspeeder electric flying car drag race is held in the South Australian outback.
ADVICE - Portable Soldering Irons
To deal with dodgy wiring in older cars, a soldering iron is an essential piece of kit.
TECH - MG Maze concept
MG puts the ‘mobile’ into mobile gaming with the Maze concept.
ADVICE – Using a Torque Wrench
A step up from your normal socket driver, a torque wrench can be a useful workshop tool.
Tech – AC Cobra Series 1 electric
One of the most copied cars in automotive history is entering the new millennium with new power.
ADVICE – Screwdriver 101
Screwdrivers are some of the simplest tools in your toolbox, so it’s impossible to use them incorrectly, right?
ADVICE - A BIT OF EVERYTHING
You’d have to have a huge shed and storage to keep all of the different screwdrivers and attachments to cover all of the fasteners found on today’s cars.
TECH - McLaren electric ride-on for kids
McLaren, the well-known British supercar maker, has turned its attention to much younger drivers with the GT Ride-On.
ADVICE - IT’S HOW YOU USE IT
You don’t need a huge workshop space to keep some trusty tools and equipment on hand for repairs and mods.
ADVICE – ESSENTIAL TOOLS
It doesn’t matter how handy you are and how well you know your way around your car… if you break down without the right tools, you aren’t fixing anything. And while it might seem easiest to simply shove a box full of tools into the boot, you don’t want to lug around a rattling box of metal all day, or you might not even have much space to begin with. Here are the essential tools to buy and put in your car’s emergency toolbox.
TECH – RODIN’S 1000KW+ V10 ENGINE
Rodin Cars’ high-tech supercar facility is the southern hemisphere’s answer to McLaren’s Woking.
TECH – NEW EV CHARGING HUB
Electric vehicles are taking off and local Melbourne start-up GET Electric is charging ahead with the launch of a new electric vehicle station in Melbourne.
REVIEW – MINI ELECTRIC
Is Mini’s first electric car as fun as the original formula?
REVIEW – PORSCHE TAYCAN TURBO
It may run an all-new powertrain, but the Taycan Turbo remains true to Porsche’s high performance traditions.
TECH – THE ELECTRIC PERFORMANCE FUTURE
Mainstream carmakers are about to make a big step to reduce range anxiety and improve electric car performance.
How Gerni can make your car look like a million bucks!
A pressure washer can cut down time when washing your car and leave it looking like a million bucks.
1957 Chevrolet Belair Two Door
The brief for Superformance was to build a tough Streeter that turns heads and goes as good as it looks.
1951 Holden 48-215 Special sedan
The FX Holden is undeniably Aussie royalty. But for a twist of fate, the first Holden could have had a genuine royal connection, too.
1967 Shelby GT500SE Super Snake
Only one 1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake was ever made, and it is now the world’s most expensive Mustang. But continuation specials mean a lucky few dozen can experience the bite.
John’s 1955 Holden FJ custom coupe
A genuine piece of Australian custom car history, this FJ has been brought back to life by a dedicated enthusiast.
Greg’s 1957 Holden FE Special sedan
This FE Holden may be 60 years old, but it looks as fresh as the day it was new – thanks to careful preservation and a little bit of ‘makeup’ from a forgotten aftermarket parts supplier.