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Viskovic, Boris
April 2008
Street Machine;Apr2008, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p26
An interview with Ben Hewlett, chief mechanic for the Australian Army's six-wheeled vehicle Armygeddon, is presented. He offers an overview of his mechanics education and training in Victoria. He talks about the scars he got from a motor boat accident. He discusses how he built and designed the Armygeddon.


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