It all began with a magazine. The glossy pages full of American hot rods entranced the 14 year old Terry Davis and it was the start of something beautiful. Growing up around speedways like Rowley Park, Mount Gambier, Portland and the Sydney showground, it didn’t take long for Terry to choose his career and at 15 he started work as an apprentice motor mechanic. Every apprentice needs a project car and Terry was no different. By 18 he had completed a ground up rebuild of an FX Holden and had well and truly caught the bug. Joining the Ramrodders Hot Rod Club in the 70’s with the FX earned him his fair share of ribbing. Something had to be done. The rod of choice was a 1934 Plymouth Sedan.