Back for its third epic season, Teng Tools Muscle Garage blasts your eyeballs with all things V8-related from the New Zealand car scene. With an inside look at some of the country’s coolest cars, events, sheds and workshops, you’ll be stuck to the couch with fresh brew and bowl of chips in hand waiting for your next weekly fix — catch a new episode every Sunday during CRC Motorsport on Three!

Plus, enter below to be in to win one of 10 weekly prize packs from Teng Tools and Meguiar’s, worth $250 a pop. And, by entering the competition, you’ll go in the draw to win a MASSIVE grand prize at the end of the season — we’re talking about a Teng Tools 622-piece command centre tool kit, complete with a Meguiar’s car care pack, and a $500 Mount Shop gift voucher, with a total prize value of over $5000!

The show couldn’t be made without the generous support of some of New Zealand’s leading automotive businesses, so a special thanks must go to Teng Tools, Mount Shop, and Needacar Meguiar’s.

Check out the latest episodes of Teng Tools Muscle Garage below:

We’re kicking things off this series with the 2018 Prowear Chrome Expression Session at Hampton Downs. We also check out the new kids on the block unveiled at the Teng Tools Grand National Rod and Custom Show. And meet the Tiki T — the class we all wish was around when we were at school. But getting us underway is the first of this season’s feature cars, the crew from Meguiar’s sent us to New Plymouth to check out Justin Walker’s show stopping ’64 Galaxie.

Huntly cops a smoke show when the New Zealand Burnout Championship rolls into town. We check out the new kids on the block unveiled at the Teng Tools Grand National Rod and Custom Show. And we go shed raiding Rangiora style. But first up, our mates at Meguiar’s send us north to catch up with Mr Clinton Wheeler and his chopped and candy coated Holden EK Delivery.

Kayton’s ever evolving RS/SS Camaro, now packing twin turbo big block punch. We hit the mainland for the spectacular Kaikoura Hop. We check out the new kids on the block unveiled at the Teng Tools Grand National Rod and Custom Show. And bubble tops and candy paint; 60’s show car throw backs at Franklin Speed Shop.

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