What's your Weekender or Project Car?

*thomas*

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Legacy Outback RX8
When comparing it to my Outback H6, fuel consumption is quite ok... It has the factory oil metering pump, but I also premix the fuel...

Btw, we all seem to have a very good taste in cars :eek:. Love the R34.
 

NeilC

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2019 Levorg 2.0
I have too many projects...
1964 Mk1 which has been restored. I started putting my track car engine in it but have gone back to the original engine for now for simplicity and the 850 engines with the magic wand gearboxes are fun to drive. It's a couple of weekends away from being roadworthy if I can find some motivation
1998 Sportpack Cooper. My wifes car, doesn't get used much and now needs some work for MOT
1979 Mini Estate track car. My first car which I've owned for 32 years. Started as an 1100cc Clubman estate but evolved into a road legal trackday car. The engine is 1380cc and has a crossflow head with twin webers on it. It's been restored once by a garage that didn't do a great job so it's ready to be done again. I do the mechanical restoration and have never done bodywork, but I may give it a go at some point.8P.JPG850.JPGcadwell.JPGest1.JPGest2.JPGSP.JPG
 

nicodache

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I know about the gaggle of geese, the pack of wolf, the bee swarm, the cow herd, the flock of birds, but what do you call your case of so many minies ?
 

SnorkieBarbados

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I thought that I'd start a thread about the weekender, project car or other toy you may have in your garage.

I'll kick it off, my weekend is this a 1999 Nissan Skyline GTR V Spec. Its been my dream car since the late 90's when Grand Turismo was all the rage.
The modification list is extensive, so I won't bore you with the details, but to summarise its producing 416KW at all 4 wheels and still retains twin turbos (not the factory ones of course)

It's fun car to take out on the weekend, although it isn't terribly comfortable on long drives.

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Ok, now it's your turn.
Oh man! That thing is so beautiful. Worth a pretty penny now. I love skylines. I had a rolling race with a R33 GTR on my Z1000 and it pulled me hard.
My first car was an R31 wagon. I'd love to get one as a project car.
 
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