Chopped Rod & Custom Show

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Australian traditional rod & kustom show held by Chopped Magazine. The first show was held 3 - 5 october 2008 in Newstead, Australia.

For more information, visit www.chopped.com.au

Chopped Rod & Custom Show 2010

The 3rd annual Chopped Rod & Custom show was held October 1 -3rd, 2010 at a new location at the Newstead Race Course.


Photos:
Click here to see V8Brougham's photos from the 2010 Chopped Rod & Custom Show


Chopped Rod & Custom Show 2009

The 2nd annual Chopped Rod & Custom Show was held in Newstead, Australia October 2-4, 2009.

Pictures:
Skivi's pictures from Chopped Rod & Custom Show 2009


Chopped Rod & Custom Show 2008



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