Posts Tagged ‘issue 170’

Feature Car: Webby’s Speed Shop Model-A Ford

12 Dec

Our photo shoot and feature story on the Webby’s Speed Shop Model-A Ford truck is in this issue of Cruzin magazine – on sale now. As per one of our recent blog posts, the shoot actually made the front cover, our first for Cruzin.

The original, steel truck has been part of Webby’s collection for years and has just undergone a full rebuild at his Carrington, NSW workshop. Powered by a twin-throttle HSV V8, it’s built for the road and has seen plenty of kilometres over the years, hauling parts and attending shows all over the East Coast of Australia. Be sure to pick up a copy of Cruzin issue 170 on newsstands now!

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Webby's Speed Shop Model-A Ford

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Cover Car: Webby’s Speed Shop Ford Truck on Cruzin

10 Nov

What a nice way to begin the week: our photo shoot on Webby’s Speed Shop’s work truck made the front cover of the next issue of Cruzin magazine! We’ll bring you some more pics of this twin-throttle, injected V8-powered beastie once the issue goes on sale.

Cruzin Magazine - Issue 170

Opinion Piece: No Regrets, Ever (Street Commodores Editorial Columns)

17 Jun

This is the fourth in a regular series of editorial pieces we’ll be posting here on the blog, originally written by Hosking Industries’ Ben Hosking for Street Commodores magazine and other magazines he’s completed opinion pieces for. This column appeared in issue 170 of Street Commodores:

No Regrets, Ever. (Written 16.03.2010)

Life’s a journey that doesn’t end until you die. So don’t waste time regretting the past.

When you’re young, it’s easy to get caught up stressing about the myriad mistakes that you make along the way to becoming an adult. You waste time worrying about stupid things like wearing the right clothes or having the right hair and generally fitting in to the right crowd. It’s all wasted energy that you could be expending on your journey forward.

There are a number of choice quotes that I could insert here, but my favourites are ‘you don’t stop learning until you stop breathing’, ‘don’t sweat the small stuff’ and ‘regret nothing’.

Just let those three sink in for a little bit…