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  • Issue 8 - James Moffat Interview
    Issue 8 - James Moffat Interview
    It’s always a pleasure talking with someone who has a passion for what they do. Therefore it was indeed a great experience, talking with the unassuming V8 Supercar driver, James Moffat of Jim Beam Racing. James made the journey from Melbourne up to the ‘Far North’ to attend the All Ford Day event at Hanson Ford in Mareeba. The All Ford Club FNQ Inc, runs this event annually and this year once again it drew quite a crowd of passionate Ford lovers! There were some great cars on parade this year from Tom Pryor’s 1945 Ford pick up to John Cheyne’s DJR 320 Supercharged Falcon, one of only seventeen ever produced by Dick Johnson’s racing team, which had been polished to within an inch of it’s life by Squeaker Clean and was gleaming menacingly at anyone coming too close! James had spent most of the morning signing merchandise while chatting with the show-goers and admiring the cars. I caught up with him as he was eyeing up the before mentioned DJR, and managed to force him away from it long enough for an interview for Queensland Street Car Magazine. Graeme – James, on behalf of QSC magazine and the All Ford Club, welcome to Mareeba and thank you for your time. James – Thanks, it’s great to see so many awesome cars on show. Graeme - I have a couple of questions from AUTO ART photography to kick off with James, what are your thoughts on Hamilton’s driving last weekend at Monaco? .... read the full article in issue 8. Back issues are available through the QSC website store.

     
  • Issue 1 - Anthony Wellers Toyota GT Starlet
    Issue 1 - Anthony Wellers Toyota GT Starlet
    These cars are fairly tough to begin with being GTs but thanks to a few extras, Anthony’s Starlet goes like a cut cat. Photos by dragphotos.com.au

     
  • Issue 8 - Powerplay
    Issue 8 - Powerplay
    The Carline Mufflers One Day Powerplay at Queensland Raceway took place earlier this year on May 21st. Queensland raceway is the perfect place for petrol heads to let it rip down the main straight or one of the three other straight ways on the circuit. From old-school V8's muscle to Hot Rods to Imports and everything else you can think of, Powerplay had something for all tastes out on track. With Powerskids, Off Street Drags, track cruising, Hours of Power (technically only 30 mins) for the best of the best on the track and finishing up with a Burnout Comp you really are spoiled for choice at this huge one day car event. By the time you read this the full four day Powercruise event at Queensland Raceway from September 8 to 11 will probably be done and dusted. So if you attended this event keep an eye out for full coverage in an upcoming issue of QSC. You just might see a snap of you or your mates car. Well rather then go on and on I will just let the pictures show you exactly what went down at Queensland Raceway.

     
  • Issue 2 - Sam Halter's 2009 Holden VE SSV Ute
    Issue 2 - Sam Halter's 2009 Holden VE SSV Ute
    Sam bought the ute from Sydney’s Parramatta Citylink Performance, which saw her seal the deal, fly down then drive the beast back to the Gold Coast. And you can be sure that by the time she was back, she had settled into it nicely. You don’t normally put girls and utes together, but we’re sure that there’d be plenty of ladies out there that would swiftly change their ride to one of these if they just took one for a test drive. Plus, clinical tests prove that just by driving a ute, ladies become fifteen percent more attractive to the opposite sex!

     
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