Not much to update and while progress doesn’t look to be quick, things are at least moving with most of the work done in unseen places. The engine has gone back into the car and the wiring is now being tidied up and looked over in preparation for an engine-start test. Also, a new parcel […]Read more "Project 944: What have we gotten ourselves into!"
Par excellence. Definition; better or more than all others of the same kind. A simple line of text which pretty much embodies how we felt after a weekend with the BMW 750Li, Singapore’s flagship BMW. The arrival of the 750Li also marks the local debut of 2 unique features that were stuck in homologation limbo […]Read more "Par excellence: Driving the BMW G12 750Li"
Project update! While the main chassis of the car is still sitting on the hoist with most of its bits removed, the “heart” of the build, meaning the engine, was subject to a nice workover and cleaning up before it was finally pieced back together. Just some wiring and final touchups to go before it eventually […]Read more "Project 944: One piece"
It’s been a few months since we last held a Cars & Kopi meet, truth be told i really did think the last meet we had back during the Chinese New Year holidays would have been the final one due to some unwanted shenanigans occurring, or at least, the last one i’d be part of putting together. But […]Read more "Cars & Kopi – 2016 Mid-Year Reunion"
Burned into the hearts and minds of many an anime-loving enthusiast, the second generation Mazda RX-7 debuted in the year of 1985 as the successor to the SA22C first generation RX-7, Mazda’s highly regarded Twin-Wankel rotary powered sports car that had almost half a million units shifted Worldwide. While the classic shape has now been […]Read more "Evolving the Revolution : Mazda FC3S RX7"
Another lovely short from our friend Roy Puah, this time featuring a myriad of iconic automobiles that are still running on our little island. This is ZERO SEVEN : HUNDRED (Joyrides at sunrise). ZERO SEVEN : HUNDRED (Joyrides at Sunrise) from Roy Puah on Vimeo.Read more "Cool cars of Singapore: ZERO SEVEN : HUNDRED"