Jamie receives some goodies for his Saph…
Last month my Mk1-owning ‘Sarf Lan-dan’ mates and I got busy on my supercharged wonder wagon. All went well apart from the hydraulic clutch not playing ball.
While we were researching Ford Australia’s new Falcon FPV Concept last night, we came across these lairy beasts based on cars from the cult film Mad Max.
This is what history lessons should’ve been like at school – Group B Blue Ovalness at its finest.
The big Mondeo is no slouch, but with the right mods you’ll have a motor that defines the phrase ‘Fast Road car’.
OK, we’ve not updated the staff cars for a while so this week we’ll catch up on the backlog, starting with Neil’s black three-box.
Neil doesn’t know if he is the shining example of dedication or if he needs sectioning in a funny farm. However, we know.
Stu explains all about crankcase breather systems.
After fitting a few finishing touches to the Saph’s interior, Jamie thought it was about time he got back under the bonnet and start looking at how he’s going to plumb everything up.
Everybody knows I love Sierras. I’ve owned more than I care to remember, but I still can’t get enough. With the Cossie and Lightning Rod gone it dawned on me that this was the first time in over 10 years that I didn’t have one to my name.
Stu reveals 13 of the most common problems for Escort RS Turbos.
With stacks of tuning potential and plenty of room for your mates, the fourby Saph is perfect for some high-speed thrills.
The month immediately prior to this update being written saw more stripping than a Las Vegas gentleman’s club.
Annoyingly my Mk1 has been sidelined for longer than I would have liked. Bad weather and bad breathing meant that it’s had to sit about. Well, no more! I bought an engine from my mate KP.
Wenny’s “Royal Nail” sleeper van
Neil‘s upped his ‘car tramping’ game with even more all-nighters down at SRMC and M&J Motors where the car is being rebuilt and painted up.