The Story of an Aus­tralian Rod­ding Leg­end

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Rod Had­field’s name isn’t as fa­mil­iar in the U.S. as it is in Aus­tralia where he is re­garded as a hot rod­ding leg­end. Thanks to his re­cent bi­og­ra­phy, that could change.

The Mad Sci­en­tist of Aus­tralian Hot per­for­mance au­to­mo­tive world, in­clud­ing Rod­ding: Rod Had­field by Al­li­son Had­field op­er­at­ing the Castle­maine Rod Shop with his and pub­lished by Ren­niks Pub­li­ca­tions wife, Carol. The au­thor, Had­field’s daugh­ter, tells the story of Had­field’s cars, ca­reer, and writes from first­hand knowl­edge of a man con­tri­bu­tions to Aus­tralian hot rod­ding— many knew about, but few knew well. which spanned more than 50 years. The Mad Sci­en­tist of Aus­tralian Hot Shak­ing off the fam­ily ex­pec­ta­tions of a Rod­ding: Rod Had­field is avail­able at dairy farm­ing ca­reer, Had­field pur­sued a drive­buy.net.au/prod­ucts/rod-had­field-the­more suitable and suc­cess­ful ca­reer in the mad-sci­en­tist-of-aus­tralian-hot-rod­ding.

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