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Win with Teng Tools

19 October, 2015

Teng Tools, co-sponsors of our TV show, NAC Car Culture, have 18 prize packs up for grabs, and it couldn’t be easier to win one! Each pack includes a Teng Tools hat, laptop bag, bottle opener, beer cooler, key chain, and stickers. Teng Tools was founded over 30 years ago and their logo is a representation of a 12th century Japanese folk hero, Tengu. For nearly a thousand years, the legend of Teng has stood for a symbol of power and control. All you need to do is answer the simple question below, fill in your details, and you’re in the draw.

18 winners will be drawn on Tuesday, October 27 and winners will be notified by email.

*Two-week-old empty beer bottle pictured not included.

Teng Tools competition on TMH

Motorsport Flashback – Kiwi rallying in the 1970s

Rallying arrived in New Zealand in 1973 like a tsunami. It had been only a few years since the sport was introduced here and shortly afterwards Heatway came on board as the sponsor to take rallying to a new level. The 1973 Heatway would be the longest and biggest yet, running in both islands with 120 drivers over eight days and covering some 5400 kilometres. The winner was 31-year-old Hannu Mikkola — a genuine Flying Finn who had been rallying since 1963 before putting any thoughts of a career on hold until he completed an economics degree. The likeable Finn became an instant hero to many attracted to this new motor sport thing. I was one of them.

Think of it as a four-door Cooper

New Zealand Mini Owners Club coordinator Josh Kelly of Dunedin loves his Minis. It’s a family affair. Julie and Mike, Josh’s mum and dad, are just as keen, and they can usually all be found taking part in the club’s annual ‘Goodbye, Pork Pie’ charity run from the North of the country to the South.
But lately Josh’s young head has been turned by some other revolutionary BMC cars. He has picked up a couple of Austin and Morris 1100 and 1300s, which he started to restore — that was until an opportunity arose to buy a rare example stored in a shed.