Welcome to the Top 60 Street Machine feature cars from our 30-year history!
We’ve attempted to select cars that will represent cars from all eras and genres — show cars, street cars and solid gold icons. Now it’s your turn to help make history and choose the Ultimate Street Machine Of All Time – just log onto www.street30.com.au
To make your decision a little easier, you get to vote for three cars, with all votes of equal weight. The winning car and the rest of the Top 10 will be announced in the August issue of SM, while the winner will be presented with his or her award at the Street Machine Respect Awards, to be held at Meguiar’s MotorEx, 23-24 July 2011.
And you could be there too — just for voting you’ll go into the draw to be our guest at the Respect Awards, which will include two return economy airfares from your nearest capital city, a night’s accommodation and two tickets to MotorEx and the gala Respect Awards at Sydney Olympic Park.
Voting closes 17 May, see the website for terms and conditions.
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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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