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Cliff’s S15 : Another Restored Project

  When we last left off we saw Cliff selling his beloved R34 skyline for a fresh project. He decided to keep it within the Nissan family and picked up an equally rare S15 silvia. I say rare because there aren’t many of these things left in Singapore. The COE took its toll and most of […]

Cars and Coffee Melbourne, August

Today is the August 8, for many Singaporean car enthusiasts this date holds something special. Its the one day where many of the car lovers get together for a day of fun filled activities. For the rest of Singapore its National day eve, the day before the nation Celebrates its 50th birthday. Since I’m currently […]

Honda Integra – Track Prepped, locked and loaded

Many enthusiasts in Singapore have undoubtedly started of dabbling with cars in Honda Civics or have owned one at some point in their life. Things change as time goes by, some upgrade to turbo charged cars while some stay true to their love for Hondas upgrading from one Honda to the next. Eventually there reaches […]

Liberty Walk – The Nagoya Trendsetters

Not many companies had the audacity to start cutting up such an expensive car but one man single handedly made it a trend. The idea that owners are willing to take a hacksaw to their exotic machinery is part of what the Liberty Walk appeal is, wouldn’t you agree? This particular shop visit took place […]

EK9 – Less is more

When we talk about the Honda Civic, it stirs up thoughts of the Kanjo runs in Japan and the massive Honda scene in the USA. These little machines have taken down many of the bigger boys both on the track and on the street. Regardless of age, the passion for these machines burn strong. There […]

Recreate Japan : The meet nobody talked about Part 2

In the last post we left the Docklands pre-meet to head towards Monash University. Traffic was much heavier than we expected and the west-siders slowly trickled in instead of arriving together. There were already a number of people there and it only meant there was less of a queue to get a parking spot.  The […]

Recreate Japan : The meet nobody talked about Part 1

What started with a casual conversation between Vu from Nakama and myself, chatting jokingly about crashing certain car meets around Melbourne and how we wished that we had similar meets in carparks that they do in Japan soon evolved into us trying to make it a reality. So began the idea to Recreate Japan.  The […]

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