THE October issue of Street Machine is toxic! Or at least our cover car is, namely Lou Ackovski’s TOXIC Q. This once-humble HQ Holden has been transformed in Lou’s double garage into one of the most highly modified examples of the breed. Ever!
Other impressive feature cars include Zane Hau’s Plymouth Satellite, David Graham’s FATFC and Matt Kernke’s stunning HG Monaro, which we shot in a very special location.
We’ve got plenty of stuff out of leftfield too, including a slinky Karmann Ghia and a back-to-front Ford Econoline wheelstander.
Plus we visit the Zelukovic clan, check out the Mopar Sunday and stick a Ford nine-inch diff underneath the back of Project Swinger.
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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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