With 2016 now gone and truly over, it’s time to look onward to a new year, a new year of hopes and dreams, of challenges and adversities. What will this new year bring upon us? I have no idea, but i do like to believe that it’ll be a good one. While most blogs and […]Read more "Hello 2017! Now, how do we begin…"
With just some final touchups to go, Project 944’s L37W paintwork is finally complete! Hopefully by the time you read this, it should be back at R2D to undergo final mechanical work for the rear subframe, gearbox and differential. L37W’s not looking too bad! Throwing up a slightly different shade of color at various angles, […]Read more "PROJECT 944: L37W EQUIPPED"
Coming back from all our side quests exploring other 944s in Singapore, it’s already the tail end of November, which means, a year has pretty much gone by since we’ve bought the car. Our projected budget went bust many months ago and our projected timeline has also (as you can see) been binned. So a […]Read more "Project 944: One year on"
Due to work commitments, i didn’t get to visit the bodyshop the past weekend to look at our car’s progress. But i guess in a way, it’s nice to have a bit of a break too perhaps? While we might have missed out on seeing our car’s build, i did manage to take a look […]Read more "Project 944: Research and admiration"
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"
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"
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"