The February 2016 issue of Street Machine is on sale from January 28, packed full of the usual stunning feature cars, plus Summernats coverage!
Mal Apps’s gorgeous FC Holden is on the cover of this issue. Intrepid-C debuted at MotorEx last year and blew everyone away, taking home the Laurie Starling Excellence Award and Best Interior gong.
Matt Hart applies aching amounts of cool to every ride he builds; his ’66 Plymouth Barracuda is no different. Like most of his cars it sticks with the 60s racer theme, ditching the hubcaps, applying some low and adding noise and power.
We’ve got 18 pages of Summernats 29 coverage in this new mag, covering everything this year’s bash had to offer – mostly cars catching on fire on the burnout pad.
Melbourne’s Restomod Performance blends the best bits of a ’69 Fastback Mustang with those from a new 2015 model to create one awesome pro touring muscle car. Under the bonnet is a new Coyote 5.0-litre V8, hooked up to a Tremec T56, while suspension, brakes, and interior are all brand spankin’.
Leon Davies from Big L’s Chop Shop never got around to chopping this ultra-cool Spinner before selling it, but its new owner agreed it needed an altitude adjustment – and Leon was just the man for the job.
As if Summernats didn’t give us enough burnouts for one issue, we also check out Tread Cemetery which teamed up with Cruise For Charity to skid for kids and raise money for Camp Quality!
Street Machine is turning Japanese in this issue as we head to Japan for the Yokohama Hot Rod and Custom Show! We reckon it’s the best indoor car event on Earth and once you see the cars, you’ll know why.