Motoring

Hot rod ‘sheriff’ loves the adrenaline rush

Conrodders Rod and Custom Car Club "sheriff" Kerry Stewart talks to Shawn McAvinue about his replica 1923 Chrysler roadster hot rod. Why does the club...

A rare treasure for rally

A fiery French-built car is set for the Brighton Veteran Car Rally tomorrow. Retired Dunedin man Stephen Kidd believes he might own the only 1913...

Cruise to dispel ‘boy racer’ image

A group of Nissan Skyline owners in Dunedin wants to break the "boy racer" stereotypes by extending an invitation to a cruise today. Southern Skyline...

Ride in a Lamborghini prize at show

Get set to show your "beast" and share your passion at a car show in Dunedin next month. Conrodders Rod and Custom Car Club secretary...

Good turnout for memorial meeting

Kart racers travelled from throughout the lower South Island to battle it out at the last meeting in Dunedin this year. KartSport Dunedin life member...

Restored jeep on chauffeur duties

A vintage wagon recently returned to one of its former duties of transporting nuns across Dunedin. Mosgiel man Ken Rapley had spent decades restoring his...

Batmobile builder superhero of St Kilda

Warren "Poppa" Ockwell (81), of St Kilda, talks to Shawn McAvinue about his "batmobile". When did you start building your batmobile? About four months ago. When will...

Couple’s Christmas present ‘good fun’

Frank Cazemier talks to Shawn McAvinue about his 1957 Ford Thunderbird. What are the origins of your Thunderbird? A: professional athlete living in the Bronx for...

Father, son a winning combo

A Dunedin father and son duo have recently brought home the silverware after both winning their sections at the 2017 New Zealand Moto Trial...

Bel Air made good again

Kent Lobb, of Dunedin, talks to Shawn McAvinue about his 1963 Chevrolet Bel Air. When did you get your Bel Air? I bought another Bel Air...

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