NZV8 190, March 2021

A couple beers, the sound of nitro at wide open throttle, and a hand shake. That's the genesis of this month's cover car, the results, however, are far more spectacular than either hand shaker could have envisioned that day on the salt. Take one NZ assembled Valiant and a procharged 500 cube Hemi and have one of the best car constructors in the NZ piece together a machine capable of going over 250mph at Bonneville. You’ve never seen anything like Andrew Sinclair’s Bonneville bound Charger, and we’ve got it in full detail. We also take a look at a bagged and blown ‘57 Belair, a corner carving LS powered VK Commodore, and a blown big block ‘28 Dodge with some amazing engineering hidden within. We also chat to ‘Kiwi Steve’ Davies, and go in-depth with local experts on the compliance and vin process. The team also has coverage from Kumeu, Muscle Car Madness, Cromwell, and the return of the Jalopy Dust Up! All this and a tone more in the March Issue of NZV8.

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