• Hilux ft Falken tyres at Summernats 2019

    I’ll start this post off by explaining how good it feels to drive this machine. An electric mix of emotions and feelings. The MotorEx demos cemented that its a a really fun car to drive, when I stop worrying about the mechanics of it all and just have a good time it starts to feel […]

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  • Stacking Cars – Q&A Video

    You may remember a post titled Stacking cars a little while back when I built these car racks. Throughout my social channels the resounding most asked question has to be “How do I get them up there” or “How do I get them down” So when it came time to get the Hilux down from […]

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  • Garage Time

    It’s that one thing you cant buy, time; I have been grappling with the concept of time vs money. Some people have all the money but not the time, some have all the time but not the money. Where is the happy medium? Where is the sweet spot? I work a 40 hour week to […]

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  • ETS Drift Ute – 3 years in 100 Photos

    I had a request the other day to be a part of a book, the book was on modified cars, they wanted three photos and a short story on the car, 3 photos I thought………. That should be easy. I fired up the old laptop, it took a few minutes to come to life, bogged […]

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  • ETS Garage – The latest on the PS13

    Being on a waiting list for surgery has its upsides, spending time in the garage is one thing that I just can’t get enough of. Im racing the clock with the PS13, trying to get the majority of the fabrication work done so I can have a break when its time to get my finger […]

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  • Moto Build – Framed

    Whats my ideal situation?…………. Its basically a motor that produces good power, a sequential gearbox, a neat wiring loom, some really nice rims with race rubber and a vision to do the rest myself. That is how all my projects have come to life, the Hilux although very much more complex was the same deal, […]

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  • Bender Tech

    When you start building steel structures at home you can achieve most outcomes with fairly simple tools, a welder, angle grinder, drill and vice. The skills to use these tools vary and once you are competent and have a knowledge in how to use them the skys the limit, but there’s will always be one […]

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