I did this 1970 Ford XW GS Fairmont photo shoot last year for the Team Menace website. It was a bit cold, but our model Nicky managed with these conditions very well. Special thanks goes to Bruce Hartwig Flying School for the hangar and planes. As for the car, it was completely restored and charged. Unfortunately, no specs are available at the moment.Read More»
This weekend the Wigley Reserve at Glenelg gathered together many people who have one in common – they all love Japanese cars. All Japan Day is traditionally held each year where many people bring their pride and joy from all Australia. This event became so popular and is growing very fast. It seems to me that soon the Wigley Reserve won’t fit all the participants and visitors and organizers will have to change the spot. It was hard even to squeeze in between cars not saying about taking pictures of them.Read More»
Last Sunday SMASA held its “34th Annual Show & Shine” show at the Regency Park, SA. The weather was pretty hot, even boiling and probably this was the main reason why not many cars and visitors attended the event. But despite of this fact we still had a chance to see some really cool cars which were worth to come and enjoy them. Street Machine Association of South Australia (SMASA) is the first point of contact for ALL vehicle and bike enthusiasts, to uphold the modification, restoration and enjoyment of car enthusiasts in SA. Check a few pictures following this link.
The year 2015 has started with a bunch of car events and cruises and one of the biggest was the Valley Hot Rodders Cruise On 2015. The event was traditionally held in Tanunda, Barossa Valley region, and gathered together more than 400 cars on the Main street. Luckily, this year I spotted a lot of new projects that I haven’t seen before and it is great to see how SA is growing in Automotive. Scroll below for a few pics and stay tuned.Read More»