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  • Issue 6 - Lenney Lowseck Ford XA Falcon
    Issue 6 - Lenney Lowseck Ford XA Falcon
    Lenney Lowseck Ford XA Falcon - Townsville, The XA Falcon had a hard time contesting its predecessor the XY, as the XY was considered to be the greatest production Falcon of all time. All things considered the XA did quite well in the sales department and has attracted many die hard enthusiasts to the Ford shed. Love affairs with cars can start at a young age but many people don’t get the chance to own their ultimate car until later in life when the house is paid off and the kids have left the nest. Some people might have owned their dream car at a younger stage in their lives and were forced to sell to fund a family. Some of these people buy these same cars again at a later stage to re-create what they once had. Lenney Lowseck is a lucky man in the respect that he has owned this sweet XA since he was seventeen. It was actually his first car and he hasn’t sold it and re-bought, he’s kept it in his shed all these years and in that time it has undergone a few rebuilds. What you see here is the final result of a three year stint in the confines of the back shed.

  • Issue 9 - Antony Cristou's XY Falcon FAT 557
    Issue 9 - Antony Cristou's XY Falcon FAT 557
    It takes a lot of time, money and patience to make your dream machine a reality, and a unique, un-nameable something to bring it all together to create something really exceptional. With blower hanging out the bonnet, tough old school wheels, brilliant paint, and an impressive 620 rwhp @ 4000 rpm on PULP, this magnificent XY Falcon is one of those exceptions. Fat 557 looks, sounds and is mean! Antony Christou grew up in a Ford family and bought his XY when he was just fifteen. It's first rebuild took Antony four years to complete, starting when he got his driver's licence. This current rebuild, the XY's second rebuild took a long ten years but was finally completed in 2009. Buying a house, starting a family, and dramas with different trades people all contributed to the lengthy process. Early on in this build the XY was with a panel beater who hadn't touched it in twelve months when, fortunately for Antony, he met Ludi Kaatz through mutual friends. Antony removed the car from the panel shop, had the entire car sandblasted on a rotisserie and then handed it over to Ludi. Ludi carried out the rust and body repairs which included removing and replacing the rear quarters, floor pans and sills. Then Ludi applied that gleaming Electric Blue paint. GT stripes and blackouts, the GT petrol cap and teardrop mirrors put the finishing touches to the exterior of the XY. Photos by

  • Issue 8 - Boost N Bass Car Show Bundaberg
    Issue 8 - Boost N Bass Car Show Bundaberg
    The second annual Boost and Bass Car Show and Sound-off (previously known as the Under 25’s Car Show and Sound-off) was held in April with a large number of young eager automotive enthusiasts putting their pride and joy on display. Preparing for the show and in a successful attempt to drum up more entries for the show, the committee decided to run a pre-event preview at the Hinkler Central shopping centre in the car park. Six cars were on display with some showing off their lighting and blasting some beats occasionally. Parents, teens and even a local councillor made it up to the car park to have a look at the impressive display and chatted to the owners of the cars on display.

  • Issue 8 - Willowbank Roundup Test n Tune
    Issue 8 - Willowbank Roundup Test n Tune
    Willowbank Roundup Test n Tune

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