On the cover this we take a look at one of the more serious burnout machines on our shores — the tiny Capri of Steve Saul with one giant methanol-drinking Ford donk. Built for dual duties both burnout pad and strip, it's a monster of many talents. Ever wondered what the most powerful naturally aspirated street car in the country is? We think we have the answer in Brad’s killer ’33 coupe, powered by a 514-cube Boss 429, producing 1090hp at the tyre. If you’ve ever thought about giving yourself a birthday present of epic proportions, take a leaf out of Mark Hammond’s book — he’s gone all out building himself an LSA Torana with serious restomod vibes. We take a look at a CSR built ’59 Caddy that left no stone unturned, plus an indepth look at a stash of semi-retired ex V8 Supercars restored and doing battle on the Southern Isle. Missed events? Well we’ve got coverage from Rust ‘n’ Dust, Wings and Wheels, and Hot Rod Horsepower Show. All this and a ton more in the July issue of NZV8.