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This month Ford rolled its final vehicle out the factory doors while Holden manufactured its last ever Holden Cruze, the only remaining 4-cylinder Holden vehicle being manufactured in Australia.
Brisbane will be home to the world's largest car dealership site with a race/test track designed by Mark Skaife
The much anticipated Thunder Recovery range is here and ready to help you out of any sticky situation.
Winch recoveries can be fraught with danger but Dyneema rope and a quality winch can make your recovery as safe as possible.
Quantum Pro is fast becoming a preferred way of ordering aftermarket automotive parts online, as evidenced by a record month of sales for August, 2016.
The benefits to replacing components prior to breakage are boundless and is now becoming a reality for rubber products.
Thunder helps take you places you’ve never been before, making adventure more affordable and accessible for up and coming 4WD enthusiast
Thunder and Great Whites won runner up for the best stand over 100m2 at the Melbourne National 4x4 Show!
The design patented OEX DXA433U alternator is changing the game for LandCruiser repairs, offering a quick and easy solution to switching regulator type within the alternator.
With more sophisticated sensors than the Autopilot system in Tesla's Model S, Mercedes Benz claim the E-Class to be the most intelligent car on the road.
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Newcastle fight back from two goals down to hold Western Sydney to a 2-2 draw at Spotless Stadium.
Milos Ninkovic scores in the 92nd minute to earn Sydney FC a dramatic 1-0 win over Wellington Phoenix.
The Adelaide Thunder break a world record for the longest game of wheelchair basketball, clocking up a gruelling 32 hours of play as part of a unique fundraising effort to get them back into the national league.
British star Cal Crutchlow romps to a big win at the Australian MotoGP on a day punctuated by a number of shocking crashes at Phillip Island.
Olympians, federal politicians and competitors racing in the memory of friends have taken part in this year's Burnie Ten road race.
IAAF president Lord Sebastian Coe admits athletics' governing body has a long road ahead to regain public trust after a spate of corruption and doping scandals.
Simon Katich responds to Michael Clarke's version of the pair's now-infamous dressing room rift, refuting claims they now have a friendly relationship.
The AFL will welcome the banned Bombers back with a bang in a round one, in a Saturday night blockbuster against Hawthorn at the MCG.
The Chicago Cubs end a 71-year wait to reach baseball's World Series, beating the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-0 in game six of the National League Championship Series.
Proponents of the NSW Government's ditched plans to outlaw greyhound racing gather in Sydney, calling for the Government to reinstate the ban on the sport.
Australia's Daria Gavrilova loses her first-ever WTA event final, beaten 6-2, 6-1 at the Kremlin Cup by Russian Svetlana Kuznetsova.
Australian golf clubs look to turn around membership numbers after a tough decade for the sport.
Michael Cheika does not blame a no-try ruling for the Wallabies 37-10 loss to New Zealand, but the Wallabies coach wants answers from World Rugby.
Junko Tabei, who became the first woman to climb Mount Everest in 1975 at the age of 35, dies aged 77 after a battle with cancer.
Marco Rojas scores in the 93rd minute to give Melbourne Victory a dramatic 2-1 A-League win over Adelaide United.
The Wallabies succumb to defeat against the All Blacks, who claim a record 18th straight Test win in a controversial Eden Park encounter.
Brisbane Roar responds to difficult week with hard-fought 1-0 win over Central Coast Mariners in Gosford.
Champion mare Winx becomes a legend with a breathtaking Cox Plate victory at Moonee Valley.
Coaching legend Wayne Bennett will kick off a new chapter in his stellar career when his England side takes on France.
For the first time in eight years, India's cricketers will have the option of using DRS when the system is trialled in a Test series against England.
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