At the heart of this Dbased model is a LS3 6,2-litre V8 engine from the Chevrolet Corvette, allowing this Defender to boast kW sent to all four wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission. To ensure Project Storm looks as aggressive as it sounds, the Florida-based tuner has equipped this model dressed in gloss Corris Grey paint with a Kahn wide-body kit. Adding stance are inch OEM Stormer wheels, painted in black.
General information[ edit ] Project Car first began with an issue in winter ofwith further issues to follow. After Ricky Chu's departure after the magazine's fourth issue, Gary Narusuwa was gradually phased in as editor.
The majority of vehicles featured are chosen under the criteria that they are vehicles which readers are most likely to be able to afford. These range from topics such as paint and body work, buying a project vehicle, suspension components and geometry, wiring and electrical systems, buying a JDM engine, fluids, welding, differentials, conversions, and even how to get involved in the vehicle aftermarket industry.
Readers' Rides[ edit ] Beginning with Issue 4, a section was included with pictures of vehicles submitted by their owners. One of those selected would be the 'Ride of the Month.
The Readers' Rides section was phased out after issue DIY Necessities[ edit ] A running series of articles that began with Issue 2, the DIY section covered basic maintenance tasks for one's vehicle, such as changing various fluids.
This series of articles was never completed, with the final installment being made before issue Competitions[ edit ] Certain issues of the magazine would be dedicated to friendly rivalries within both the import tuner community and the automotive aftermarket community.
Featured vehicles[ edit ] Serving as the spiritual successor to the Readers' Rides section, these articles feature an in-depth look at impressive home-built vehicles, either found locally or submitted by readers. The result is a magazine with varying writing styles throughout.
The general tone of the magazine is one of light humor, as the writers often poke fun at one another and the many issues they encounter with their vehicle projects. The Fall ofProject Car's last issue 24 was released.Old Car Manual Project Home; Old Car Brochures; Old Car Ads; Old Car Magazine.
oldcaradmin / November 18, / Driving News. Our Pioneering Days Are Not Over. Horses shied at the quaint contraption shown above, as it chugged its way over country roads 40 years ago. It was an early International Truck—called an “Auto-Wagon” in those. For the benefit of you newer readers, the MGB is a joint project of HS&EC and the Good News Garage, an organization that provides transportation for families in need.
All of the proceeds from the eventual sale of the car will benefit the charity.
Welcome to the Vintage Projects Collection! Our goal is to preserve the inspired DIY spirit of the past. Our free project reprints cover farm machines, the woodshop, machine shop, boats, archery and more. About GM EFI Magazine Redrum Project Redrum is a Pontiac Trans Am that will be getting a complete overhaul from the ground up; transforming it from a bone-stock, powered third-gen from the Southwest, into a take-no-prisoners, LS-swapped monster .
About classic British sports cars, performance mods, V8 engine swaps, MGB V8 conversions.
Feb 07, · Project Sonic Boom Nearing Completion Modified Magazine Please have other photos in the gallery No escape trends. s anyone who owns a classic car will attest, that comes with its own problems.
Fuel leaks, strange noises and oxidized metal are par for the course.