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  • 1979 RX7 Project

    We get all sorts of cars rolling through our shop, and it’s always bit of a trip when it’s something you don’t see everyday. Take our recent 1979 RX7 project, for instance. For nearly 25 years (from ’78 thru ’02) Mazda produced just short of a million, and while they were once commonplace you hardly […]

  • What If

    Ahh, yes, “what if” is a great game to play, especially with cars. We did a previous piece quite a while ago titled, “Selective Memory”, which was about the tendency of classic car enthusiasts to remember cars from decades past as much better cars than what they really were. These are are some of the […]

  • Restoring The Modern Classic

    Once upon a yesteryear, when the world of muscle cars was gaining speed, and a brand new Shelby Cobra GT-something was still within humane realms of affordability, finding parts for your now modern classic was usually a cinch. Most any NAPA or parts house proved a one stop shop for all things knick and knack, […]

  • How Much Is Too Much?

    How much is too much when you’re going to customize an interior on your vehicle? Like a lot of things in life, “it depends”. The question works in two different ways – one, how much customization can be done before things just start getting stupid? As an example, should you have us install orange shag […]

  • The Bakkie

    The bakkie is a much-loved vehicle in South Africa, one that most Americans have never seen, and never will see. I saw one just by chance here in the States years ago, when the somewhat-eccentric South African national that lived three doors down from me had an older model imported into the U.S. for his […]