Broadley, Andrew
May 2012
Street Machine;May2012, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p87
The article features Steve Sines and his customized 1978 Holden HX Kingswood car called Kinger. It claims that Sines competed his car at the Summernats Burnout Masters event in Australia. It cites that the shop, Yunderup Panel & Paint, helped in customizing the car's paint. Among the features of the car are Diamond blower pistons, Scat crank and rods, and a quality valvetrain and oiling system.


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