June 2007
Street Machine;Jun2007, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p10
The article provides information on the annual Old Skool 'n' New Age show which was held in Adelaide, South Australia in 2007. The event aimed to bring all the automotive tribes together for a celebration of horsepower of all kinds. Shane Dale's big-block Sandman took out Old Skool, while Scott Brook's Monaro won the New Age category.


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