Another week has gone by and a quick recap of what has been done, as you see in the opening image, the boot has just been painted and with the bonnet back in place, i reckon the engine bay has received some L37W as well. A bit later in the day, a friend of mine […]Read more "Project 944: Booty call"
It’s been a loooong time coming, 15 years to be exact, and now it’s finally back! Celebrating not just the 15th anniversary of BMW’s groundbreaking “The Hire” short film series, but also as a launchpad for the brand new G30 5 Series. There really is no better way to present a launch video than this. […]Read more "The Escape"
If by now you haven’t figured it out, no more prizes for guessing the color of Project 944! (But, to be honest, there really wasn’t any to begin with) Yes, our money pit project car has been christened with a fresh coat of blue. Porsche L37W to be precise. While our initial plan was to […]Read more "Project 944: Clearest Blue"
Interestingly, i happened to chance upon the latest issue of Fuel Magazine at the local magazine store. For those interested, think of it as Aussie/Melbournian “artisinal” culture meets cars meets lovely photography. Anyway, i gave it a quick flip and these pictures caught my eye! It’s the crew from Hi-Fence car club, previously seen when […]Read more "Fuel Magazine / Club Hi-Fence"
Here we go! Fingers crossed they are able to fix the delaminating rear hatch and front windscreen crack. Able to guess the color yet?Read more "Project 944: Colorization"
After an expensive lesson in learning that not all 944 front nose panels are the same, i went over to Revol over the weekend to take a look at the car and drop off the newly arrived Turbo front panel. Project 944 was undergoing some final prep work for paint. If thing go to plan, […]Read more "Project 944: Prep zone"
It’s been quite a while since i last updated on Project 944 and to be honest, this project has so far been a lot more heartache than joy. The massive list of parts, the delays and the additional gremlins that continually pop up really does make it feel like for every step forward we take, […]Read more "Project 944: Move along"