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Articles by Mitchell Tulk

Mitchell Tulk

Mitchell Tulk

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Following a passion shared by his father and grandfather, Mitchell’s love of cars really kicked off with his Godfather’s purchase of a new Mazda RX-8. Exposure to that car changed his world forever, leading to an RX-7 obsession. To feed his automotive addiction, Mitchell decided to become a motoring journalist and made his mark at several high-profile motoring publications before landing at CarsGuide. While he is a rotary loyalist, Mitchell also has a massive love for Aussie muscle cars, and dreams of one day getting behind the wheel of a Charger R/T E49 (if anyone will let him). His other passions include Queensland, and spending Saturdays with his mates.

What could be better than racing and mowing your lawn at the same time? In 1988, five men challenged each other to a race around the hills of Harrietville Victoria, not in cars, but in lawn mowers. This was the...Read more
Local tin-top racing would be more interesting with the addition of these five cars. Ford is expected to announce today that in 2019, its iconic muscle car, the Mustang will be replacing the FGX Falcon in the Supercars...Read more
Forget V8 engine swaps, electric conversions are the way of the future. A few months back, US YouTube star, Jimmy Built revealed his 1981 Honda Accord with the powerplant from a Tesla Model S P85 . Called the 'Teslonda...Read more

Spy images have surfaced of the 2019 BMW X5 SUV undergoing testing...Read more

The first generation Suzuki Ignis appeared on Australian roads in 2000,...Read more
Movies aren’t the only things to have dud sequels. Much like moviemakers who try to create a part-two of their first smash hit, some car brands do the same thing but aren’t always successful. 1. AU Ford Falcon Insert AU...Read more
Who copied who? Long before China got in on the act, the Japanese were the biggest offenders when it came to 'borrowing' design inspiration from other brands. FC Mazda RX-7 and Porsche 924 Without the Mazda badges can...Read more
In the land of the free, nothing says freedom like a V8-powered truck and if a ute doesn’t have eight cylinders you can simply do an engine swap. The guys at Hoonigan who are no strangers to V8 utes , invited Josh...Read more
Whenever the Supercars raced at the Melbourne Grand Prix in the past, it's been for no points. Despite these low stakes, we've seen some of the biggest crashes in the sport's history. This weekend, teams are playing for...Read more
How Lamborghini's design has changed over 50 years. Lamborghini’s supercars have been the poster cars for teenagers all over the world for decades, but no one ever thought the Italian automaker would make an SUV ...Read more

Toyota Australia is recalling 48,000 Corolla and Rukus vehicles to...Read more

The '90s was an unforgettable era for Japanese performance cars. Last night, Toyota unveiled its new Supra in GT3 racing trim and the internet went crazy. Joining the likes of the Honda NSX and the Nissan GT-R R35 , the...Read more
This dusty old Falcon is set for its first public appearance in nearly three decades with a collection of other rare Aussie metal. Last time we brought you a story about the Ford XA Falcon GT , nicknamed Mothball, the...Read more
Pontiac might be dead but the Trans Am is well and truly alive. Those who say the muscle car is dying thanks to ever-tightening emission standards clearly aren't paying attention to what America is doing. The likes of...Read more
Built to compete with Ford's Cortina and Holden's Torana, the Centura faced many issues much like its manufacturer. Japanese cars were gaining traction in the Aussie market during the ‘70s, boasting better full economy...Read more
Ever heard of it? Well you're about to. Halfway Hangs has been around since 2014 and is held at Valla Beach, halfway between Brisbane and Sydney (hence the event's name). Car enthusiasts from Queensland, New South Wales...Read more
When it comes to moving house, you either call a removalist or twist the...Read more

The new generation G-Class will be headlined with the next iteration of...Read more

No one is perfect, and Holden's local production had its fair share of good and bad cars. As everyone knows, the pride of Australian manufacturing, Holden, closed its Elizabeth plant late last year and is now purely an...Read more

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