IF YOU like your action a little dirty then it’s worth checking out the Kukerin Creek Bed Run in Western Australia.
Located 300km south-east of Perth the tiny rural village started the event to draw attention to its local agricultural show, but now it’s turned into the main attraction with a wild selection of vehicles battling their way through the deep muddy creek just for the hell of it. The vehicles look like rejects from a Mad Max film and the drivers are as wild and crazy as the cars themselves. If you want to learn more about Kukerin and the annual mud run then pick up the latest issue of Street Machine magazine – on sale now.
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Street Machine is the bible of Aussie modified auto culture, celebrating wild muscle cars, customs and hot rods – and the incredible humans who create them.
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