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  • Mitsubishi TJ Magna Ralliart

    Up until purchasing this car, I’d been stuck in a bit of a Ford rut. Don’t get me wrong, I love Falcons and I think they’re the best car ever designed and built in Australia. But sometimes you just have…

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  • Ford BA Falcon XR6 Turbo

    It’s no secret that I’m a bit of a Ford fan – and you can’t have a conversation about Australian Fords without mentioning the final iteration of the Aussie-built straight 6. The Barra. So after finding a good home for…

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  • Holden VT Calais

    Whilst I’ve never been particularly drawn to the Holden VT Commodore, I decided to take the plunge and pick up this well-maintained 2000 model Holden VT Calais to compare it to my 2001 Ford AU Falcon. Initially, I was after…

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  • Ford AU Fairmont Ghia

    What started as the cheapest AU Fairmont on Facebook Marketplace, resulted in something far more substantial than I ever expected. It turns out that you can polish a turd – a legend was born and it went on to become…

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  • Ford NC Fairlane Ghia

    A childhood dream of owning an NC Fairlane was finally realised, when I picked up this mint-condition example back in 2016. But it’s simply too good to modify, and now I’m left with a dilemma… Car:1993 Ford NC Fairlane GhiaNickname:‘The…

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  • Ford XD Falcon GL

    The year is 1979. Philips showed their new compact disc (CD) to the world for the first time, Queen’s “Dont Stop Me Now” dominated the music charts, a second oil crisis hit the United States, and Ford’s new XD Falcon…

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  • Nissan R34 Skyline GTt

    There’s a bit of a drought at the moment if you’re a Japanese sports car fan. If you’re a Honda fan, the sportiest one you can buy is actually a hybrid with 15-inch wheels. The best handling Toyota is a…

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  • Ford FD LTD

    Car:1984 Ford FD LTDNickname:‘Fuel Burning Loungeroom’Status: SoldEngine:4.1L ‘Crossflow’ EFI inline 6-cylinderPower & Torque:111 kW (149 hp) – 325 Nm (239 lb-ft) Driveline:3-speed automatic – rear wheel driveThirst: 12L/100km – 19.6mpg We’re nearing the end of an era. The end of Australian vehicle manufacturing is…

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