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NZ Performance Car

NZ Performance Car

No 278 February 2020

Since 1996 New Zealand Performance Car has been the voice of the country’s modified import car scene. It was there to see the first import 10-second quarter mile run, there when the first official drift battle ensued, there when the first show trophies were handed out, and there to bring NZ its very first Super Lap time attack event. Each month the very best of NZ’s modified import car scene is served up. It’s New Zealand’s number 1 selling monthly motoring magazine and is New Zealand’s import performance authority and for good reason…it leaves the others for dust.

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EDITOR Marcus Gibson, marcus@performancecar.co.nz ASSISTANT EDITOR Jaden Martin, jaden@performancecar.co.nz SUBEDITORS Karen Alexander, Peter Kelly PROOFREADER Odelia Schaare, Peter Kelly SENIOR DESIGNER Mark Gibson DESIGNER Day Barnes ADVERTISING COORDINATOR Renae Fisher CONTRIBUTORS Aaron Mai, Hayden Paddon, Keegan Clarke-Latham, Peter Kelly, Richard Opie, Strong Style Photo PUBLISHER Greg Vincent, greg.vincent@parkside.co.nz BUSINESS DIRECTOR Michael White, michael.white@parkside.co.nz GENERAL MANAGER Simon Holloway, simon.holloway@parkside.co.nz MEDIA SALES Mark Everleigh, mark.everleigh@parkside.co.nz DATA ANALYST Isobel Woudberg…

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