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Ford Mustang 66

Ford Mustang is my favorite model from Ford. This white one 66 Mustang belongs to by Michael Bassham who owns this car for about 2 ½ years and his wife bought it for his 40th birthday. The car was bought new by Jane Marenkovich from Hensley-Anderson Ford in California on the 6-6-66 as a 6 cyl manual in white color. The car was imported from the USA in 1993 as a 6 cyl left hand drive and it had two owners in Australia in the act before Michael. The car had been converted to RHD and was first regged in Australia in May 2009. “It had done about 5000 kms when i bought it mainly as a wedding car” – Michael said.

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The Adelaide Hot Rod and Classic Ramble 2013

The Adelaide Hot Rod and Classic Ramble 2013

Easter Sunday, March 31st 2013 I visited an interesting event and took some pictures of some incredible cars. There were lots of HOT RODS, CLASSIC, MUSCLE, CUSTOM CARS & BIKES. This family friendly event was organised by Autotransformers Company and I can say that it was on top level including kids entertainment, food & refreshments, prize giveaways and many other stuff for all visitors! Enjoy

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1939 Lincoln Zephyr Custom Coupe at Kustom Kulture SA

Kustom Kulture SA 2013. Car pics

For 8 years now the Kustom Kulture SA Weekend has grown to what it is now a major annual Australian event. Kustom Kulture Weekend is a celebration of REAL Rock & Roll, Art, Music & Culture. It’s a three day showdown with Bands from right across Australia , hot rods, classics, crazy hairstyles, big instruments, tattoos, pinstriping, kooky art, trade stalls, and everything from whitewall tyres, to burlesque beauties.It’s was a great possibility for girls to buy some costume jewellery or for guys to make a tattoo or buy some accessory for their hot rod. Hot Rods are one the main parts of Kustom Kulture SA and yesterday we saw many unique cars there. Some pictures from this event are below.

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All Japan Day 2013 photos

All Japan Day 2013. Photos

Today at Wigley Reserve (Glenelg, Adelaide) we were watching many Japanese cars from all South Australia. Moreover, following some number plates, there were some cars from other states like NSW, VIC and ACT. Following the description from the official website, All Japan Day was born from a crisis in the community of Japanese car enthusiasts some years ago. Local Japanese motor shows were loosing its focus, which must be an opportunity to “admire and and talk about the sensational vehicles on display with out being distracted by gimmicks or high prices”. Organizers of this event tried their best to put it to right direction. Nowadays AJD gather together more than 300 cars each show. And despite of hot weather today there were many entrants and visitors. Full photo gallery from All Japan Day Adelaide 2013 is below.

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Kenworth K200 Big Cab

Kenworth K200 Big Cab

While photographing Tony’s hot rod we met a guy on the location who was a truck driver. His truck was standing right on our next point of shooting. We kindly asked him to move his car a bit behind, and he did it with pleasure, and then even then was helping us during the photoshoot. At the end we have decided to take some pictures of his Kenworth later when he will be in Adelaide as it was just couple of days he will stay there. Knowing that, next day I called him back and asked about photographing his truck today.

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