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IT’S been a while between drinks, but Street Machine Commodores is back and beauter than ever, redesigned from the ground up and packed full of brand-new Commodore content! On the cover is Owen Rice’s award-winning, elite-level CV8 Monaro – a dedicated burnout car with 1200hp, but one built to Summernats Top 60 Elite Hall standards.

Inside, you’ll find no fewer than 10 feature cars, including:

Holden VE uteAn air-bagged, widebody VE ute with a centrifugal supercharger on an Alloytec V6

Holden VK CommodoresA pair of Brock-inspired VKs with tough Holden V8s, owned by Sydney-based Elia brothers

Holden VE SportwagonA VE Sportwagon with stunning custom paint and trim, wild audio system and a nitrous LS

Holden VL CommodoreA brutally tough tubbed, blown and injected big block-powered VL Calais skid car

Holden Commodore VX SSTim Holmyard’s legendary 7-second VX SS – big-cube nitrous LS engine, EFI tunnel ram, direct port nitrous system and IRS

Holden VL CalaisA show-worthy 8-second VL Turbo street car with candy red paint and custom trim

A gorgeous VH SL/E with factory-style paint and trim and a 550hp 355ci Holden engine sporting Group A twin-throttle EFI

Holden VS uteA blown, carby-fed small-block Chev-powered VS ute

We also pay tribute to Commodore icon and multiple Horsepower Heroes winner Jason Gray, visit the NSW All Holden Day, and check out a rollcage installation in a VL Commodore street and strip car.

Grab your copy of Street Machine Commodores today at all good newsagents or online by clicking here!


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