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Friday, September 25, 2020
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Topic: cars

Coral Coast Radio Control Car Club powers ahead

Members of the Coral Coast Radio Control Car Club can look forward to hot pies and evening races after Council provided $4500 towards installing a power pole and transformer.

St Luke's buggy build turns heads

St Luke’s Anglican School Year 12 students launched their working, driveable 305cc, 10HP petrol buggy last week.

Bundaberg Chapter of American Car Club on show

Chevys and Mustangs were on display at The Bundaberg Chapter of the American Car Club of Brisbane car show to celebrate the 4 July.

Cruising down memory lane in FX Holden

85-year-old Ray Cole from Childers is proud of his 1952 FX Holden but sad that General Motors will no longer produce the brand in Australia.

Father and son race AC Shelby Cobra

A Bundaberg father-son duo are getting ready to hit the tracks and put pedal to the metal in their AC Shelby Cobra at Warwick this weekend.

Monster trucks wow crowd at Thunda Down Under

Monster trucks entertained at the Bundaberg Motorplex on Saturday night as Thunda Down Under came to town with some amazing huge-trucks action.

Bundaberg Early Holden Club hunts for charity

Car lovers turned out for a good cause today when they participated in the Bundaberg Early Holden Club scavenger hunt to raise money for motor neuron disease.

Thunda Down Under monster trucks coming

Bundaberg will be treated to Thunda Down Under monster trucks when Monster X performs on 5 October 2019.

Community fills main street for Gaslight Parade

The National Veteran Vehicle Rally filled the main street as it rolled on with the Gaslight Parade on Thursday night.

Queenie's car inspires lifelong passion

As a young boy Chris Sorenson drove past Queenie Hinkler’s De Dion Bouton and dreamed of a day when he could call the car his own.

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