NZ Hot Rod


Sign me up

...I’VE had a gutsful...They’re out to get us!” I answered the phone call, and those were the opening words of the conversation. No “hello” or “how are you…” The caller is a world famous (literally) hot rod builder. He had not long read the SIVANZ letter published in the March issue of NZV8* about the number of business advisory groups talking to government about climate change initiatives (pushing EV’s) and the potential that special interest vehicle (SIV) owners may be denied, or have restricted, access to fossil fuels in the future. He then read another article in the March issue of Classic Car magazine about the growing number of people (operating in political circles) ramping

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da NZ Hot Rod

NZ Hot Rod3 min letti
Family Falcon
DUNCAN’S interest in cars stems from his early childhood days back in the early ‘70s. It was there in Sherwood Avenue, Te Atatu South he spent time playing with trolleys and it was from there his mechanical aptitude grew going forward. His oldest bro
NZ Hot Rod2 min letti
Wooden Wonder
SCOTT Williams runs his Swillco Speed Shop in East Bethel, MN and built this 1930 Ford Model A Woody for the special display honouring the 90th anniversary of the ’28-’31 Model A at the 70th annual Grand National Roadster Show back in January. The wo
NZ Hot Rod2 min letti
California Vintage Tin Spook Finds A Hoard In An Almond Farm
GRANT Eckers is an almond farmer in Waterford California who owns a large collection of ‘50s and ‘60s cars plus a handful of hot rods. We stumbled on this collection by chance. We were going for a walk down the road and met a restorer who owned a Mod