Telford, Simon
April 2008
Street Machine;Apr2008, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p12
The article focuses on the popularity of six-cylinder automobiles with show car builders in Australia. Factors cited for the increase in the number of six-cylinder cars being built are fuel prices, laws on P-license plates, and the increasing interest in things that are retro. Photographs of six-cylinder cars and their owners are presented.


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