Inside Look | Value Vulture

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Martin Croston of the Melbourne based Vultures CC set out to build a cheap hot rod to showcase what can be done on a budget. He quite adequately completed his goal, creating a hot rod with traditional style and and stacks of character. Read all about the build in Fuel Magazine issue 16. There’s a Dickies gift pack to be had with new subscriptions, but hurry as there are only a few left.

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Fuel Girl | Kendall

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Kendall photographed by Are Bernard.

Gran Turismo 6 presents First Love. The story of Mario Andretti and the car that started his legendary career, a 1948 Hudson Hornet.

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Tank Moto 04 Burns It Up

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We cracked on with Tank Moto issue 04 last night with a shoot in the low lit streets on Colingwood, Melbourne. Photographer Jason Lau did he usual awesome thing, and it all got a bit loose towards the end, which was totally ok by all of us.

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Rick the bike’s owner has a perfect workshop for the shoot.

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And there was some cool eye candy on site for background usage.

Event | Broadford Bonanza

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This weekend is the Penrite Broadford Bike Bonanza at the State Motorcycle Sports Complex. We went last year, had a complete blast, and published the photos in Tank Moto magazine. Well this year promises to be bigger and better than ever, and the Kustom Kommune crew will be heading up there en mass too. For more info, head over to the Motorcycling Australia website, or just make your way to Broadford this Easter weekend, you won’t be disappointed.

FM16 Single Copies Now Shipping

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Subscriptions all went out last week, and now single copies have started to ship. Head on over to our shop page and get a head start. Alternatively, they will be in Australian newsagents this Thursday.

Tank Moto Issue 04 Starts Now

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Issue 04 of Tank Moto Magazine officially started production today. We headed out to the storm water channels of suburban Melbourne for a Sunday evening session.

Editor Richie was the man behind the Bell bubble visor and all suited up in some quality Roland Sands Design gear. So now it’s a solid month or so of shooting, writing and ripping up the streets on some awesome bikes.

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