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Six Hundred!

IT is with great pleasure alacrity that we celebrate the publication of this month’s issue which is the 600th issue of NZ Hot Rod magazine. This lofty milestone is a first for any NZ automotive publication and has come on the top of the hour of 51 years of continuous publication. I’ll be bold and brave here and say unequivocally that no other hot rod magazine published here in NZ will ever equal this 600 issue milestone achievement and that’s because of a

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