NZHRM’s December issue celebrates Christmas with a fabulous and unique cover with artwork by Kiwi artist Craig Robb.
Craigs created imagery of two hot rods featured inside; the first is a superb studio shoot by Bruce Jenkins of Lloyd “Magoo” Wilson’s injected Hemi-powered Deuce Highboy. The second is a depiction of Tony & Gemma Johnson’s 1972 Austin 1100 powered by a blown smallblock nicknamed BAD BMC, which is a real crowd pleaser and certainly lives up to its name. Also featuring is Kerry & Gail Walsh’s classy ’46 Ford Business Coupe and Adam & Kim Satchwell’s very trick ’56 Chevrolet Pickup Our Special Interest article is a Flashback featuring a salute to Malcolm Rowse and his 1934 Ford pickup. In addition, there are Flying Farewells to Dick Powell, Ross Fisher and Roger Wills. We present coverage of ten events, ranging from the deep south ranging north to all points of the compass. There’s a ton of great reading for everyone in the Xmas holiday season from NZ’s longest-running automotive and number-one hot rod magazine.
There’s also the option of purchasing back issues or merchandise with many options to best suit you. We accept Visa, Mastercard or Direct Payment into our account. It’s the simple quick, easy and convenient.
Superb content, world-class photography, carefully selected feature locations, well-written stories, creatively designed layouts, high-quality paper and packaging and presentation lead the way in every issue.
The magazine’s pages are filled with a broad and comprehensive variety of traditional and modern Hot Rods, Street Machines, Muscle Cars and Race Cars. NZ Hot Rod features them all. Plus, there’s coverage of many of the 300 or so hot rod events including drag racing from around New Zealand. NZ Hot Rod also features Flashbacks of NZ’s unique hot rod history, and we’ve been there almost every step of the way to record our unique Kiwi hot rod heritage.
With issues topping 84 pages each month, it is available via subscription directly from us here or nationwide through 800 retail outlets which include major supermarket chains, gas stations and bookstores.
There’s also a digital version which is available on the world’s largest online newsstand (www.zinio.com), and it’s ready for download anywhere, anytime 24/7. Additionally, there’s a range of high-quality men’s and woman’s T-shirts featuring unique designs and in a range of sizes. Complementing them are Trucker caps with logo and a range of decals.
We think it’s vitally important to serve readers with quality and easily accessible information on products and services pertaining to the hot rod segment of the market.
Most of the products and services they/you need are highly specialised, custom made, one-offs, so finding the right suppliers is critical to meeting the hot rodders vision for his own unique creation.
For those reasons, we created the hot rod digital online Trade Directory so readers can find what they need.
NZ Hot Rod magazine stands out as the preferred choice of print magazines for those dedicated to the hot rod niche.
Its intrinsic value is appreciated by readers, many of whom retain collections right back to our number one issue in 1967 and it’s that longtime readership and engagement which has resulted in a deep and stable database.
Advertisers in NZ Hot Rod magazine are primarily established suppliers in the hot rod and high-performance industry who are looking to maximise their advertising reach and budget with our wide distribution and very affordable rates.
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