THE raffle to win a WB one-tonner built by inmates at Junee Correctional Centre has been run and won, with a fantastic outcome.
A massive $78,010 was raised for the Junee branch of Can Assist, which will directly benefit the 70-odd rural cancer patients they have on their books. The lucky winner was a Wagga lad by the name of Brock Phillips – a diehard Holden man and a third-year apprentice at the local Holden dealership. We’d like to offer a big congratulations to Brock and everyone involved in the project. To watch a video on the tonner, head to streetmachine.com.au.
WE have new merch for adults, kids and bubs at Street Machine Summernats 31. We’re pretty stoked with it, but if you can’t get down to Canberra to nab some, keep your eyes on our online shop, where we’ll have the good stuff up for grabs by mid-January. Find it at street-machine-shop.myshopify.com.
AFTER this gargantuan 244-page opus? A good lie down. But then we’ll be straight into the February 2017 issue, with our bigger and better coverage of Street Machine Summernats 31. We’ll also check out the greatest hits from SEMA Show in Las Vegas (we ran out of room this issue, soz), visit the last genuine raceon- the-streets drag meet in Oz and check out the drag component of the Lake Mulawa Rod Run, held at Wilby Park. We’ll also pay tribute to Eddie Thomas, one of the true pioneers of Australian drag racing, and much more. On sale 18 January, and for more in the meantime, visit streetmachine.com.au.