Last Sunday, Feb 24, I was taking pictures of my first drag racing in Adelaide. Unfortunately, I have nothing to say about all the details, but I just liked it. Heaps of cool and fast cars passing by at speed more than 180 miles per hour – what could be more interesting than that? As I know Top Alcohol class was taken by Wayne Newby, who crashed this year before that in April 2012. In Top Bike Chris Matheson won the race. Total amount of participants were more than 170 cars. The next ANDRA Drag Racing Series and Aeroflow Sportsman Drag Racing Championship will be held in Perth this weekend.Read More»
Like any red blooded young Australian kid, as soon as I saw my very first Hot Rod in 1969 I just had to have one. Career, marriage, kids, house…and sheds! Had to come first.
Everybody probably knows just how much it costs to build a hot rod, so I kind of put the thought out of my mind and decided to build a lovely XY GT replica instead. Some of you would have seen it getting around on cruise nights over the last couple of years.Read More»
Today I photographed some 200+ pictures of SMASA’s 32nd Annual Show ‘n’ Shine event which was held at Regency Park Oval in Adelaide. SMASA is an abbreviation of Street Machine Association of South Australia which was incorporated in July 1980 and caters for ALL vehicle and bike enthusiasts, to uphold the modification, restoration and enjoyment of car enthusiasts in SA. Picture gallery is below.Read More»
Yesterday I was invited by one of my friends to see and photograph Zippel Cruise 2013 which was held in Adelaide this weekend. This event is for American cars & Hot Rods only and held once a month on Saturday nights from October till April in and around Adelaide usually early in the month.Read More»
Finally I finished photographs with white Ford Zephyr MKII which was born in 1959. For its 54 years car is looking very good. The Ford Zephyr was a car manufactured by the Ford Motor Company between 1951 and 1972 in the United Kingdom. The Ford Zephyr Mk II cars had bigger interior than the Mk I model. The body was all new and looked very transatlantic, similar in fact to many of the cars in the then current US Ford range.Read More»