In the five years we’ve been at it, Project Car has built over 30 project cars from mild to wild and from likely to unlikely. Although some have been stronger features than others, each one deserves a mention.
We love rides like this: DIY, labor of love types, usually the only cars owned and built (and driven daily) by wage-limited gearheads as passionate about them today as when they first signed their titles years ago.
The invitation to Nissan-Palooza-2, which was printed on stationery embossed with psychedelic artwork better suited for the wall of a head shop, is what first piqued my interest. What were they offering at this event which promised "total vehicular enlightenme
Maurice Durand –
Oct 1, 2001
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