Street Machine Yearbook issue on sale now!

The 2023 Yearbook edition of Street Machine is on sale now


If some is good then more must be better, right? This 615ci, 1050hp Sonny’s-powered LX hatch certainly seems to suggest so! With grunt to spare, killer fab work and a retro pro street vibe, it is our cover star for the 2023 Street Machine Yearbook.

Holden fans will also enjoy SINNER – Joel Sykes’s monster blown and injected big-block HG Kingswood – which is built to destroy tyres. Packing no less than 2000hp worth of methanol-fuelled madness, it’s also finished to an exacting standard.

Josh Stewart’s VL, on the other hand, is every inch the street car. Josh is a legend who managed to see the project through to completion from a wheelchair while navigating multiple sclerosis, and his VL is powered by a Warspeed-fettled LSA, rolls on big billets, and sports a schmick custom interior.

For the Ford fans, Chris Frankling’s Summernats Elite Hall XR Falcon is certain to impress. With a host of sympathetic body mods and a howling Clevor in the engine bay, it is as tough as it is pretty.

Tony Di Biagio’s Drag Challenge-conquering XY, meanwhile, is all about going fast in a straight line. The owner-built, all-motor small-block Ford has already powered the car deep into the nines.

And as far as genuine showpieces go, they don’t come much better than Mike Davison’s Pat’s Pro Restos-built ’54 Chevy – what a stunner!

We’ll also head Stateside for the annual SEMA Show, and check out the most epic drag-and-drive event of all time – the aptly named Death Week.

You’ll also find a beaut tech yarn on AN fittings, Ricc’s incredible Mercedes wagon, plus all your favourite regulars and much more!