Photo dump: Skyline enjoying the outdoors

watermark top left NEW!

Yesterday I was outside doing the gardening, it was a nice cool day in Sydney, which was a nice change from the typical summer heat we’ve had recently.

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Polishing a turd

cutting front bumper

One big thing with me is that whatever project car I own, it’s got to look cool. I just can’t bring myself to be happy driving around a haggard car. Silly I know but what can you do that’s just how I am. That ment the hunt was on for some parts. Funnily enough I actually bought some bits and pieces before I bought Uboat, as I just happened to come across them.

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Getting to work

R33 front end

I haven’t done an update in quite some time. For those wondering what’s been going on, I’ve still got the Skyline. I haven’t fallen into my recent fad of buying and selling cars off. My mind is clear and this car is going to stick around for a while.

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Taker reborn

dumaaa

Who would have thought that Matsuri would be the end of the line for Benny and his R33. After many years together, Benny finally decided to throw in the towel. Why you ask? Well Benny seems to have some curse upon him. Generally when he says “one more run” something goes sour. It happened last time at both HnR days, and again at Matsuri.

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A new journey

shell leaving

With the S13 shell lying dormant in my garage, and my motivation diminishing to build a car that will rarely get driven. I decided to quit while I was ahead and scrap the build completely. My plan was to give cars a rest for a while but that all changed when Paulie decided it was time for him to move on.

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Giving some TLC

RIH R33 getting work

Well it’s been a while since we’ve had any activity on the blog. Much has happened but with life being as crazy as it is, I just haven’t had time to share it all. With the Wakefield matsuri just around the corner, it was time to get Julie’s S14 and Benny’s R33 ready to shred some tyres. As for myself, well I haven’t been able to break my run of missing every Matsuri in my own car … maybe next time.

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