Project 510 goes offline!

I arrived home from vacation yesterday (apologies for the lack of posts) to find a nice surprise waiting for me. Late last year I was contacted by Fast Fours magazine in the form of a feature offer, which I excitedly agreed to, and the finished product is now in my hands…

To say I am ecstatic would be an understatement. It was this very same magazine that made me fall in love with Datsun 1600s at the tender age of 12 years old, so to have my own car featuring in the same publication is a dream come true. Maybe there’s another 12 year old out there who will read this issue and decide a 1600 is the car of his dreams, too?

This issue hits the shelves on February 8th, so be sure to pick up a copy. You can also order it online via

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7 Responses to “Project 510 goes offline!”

  1. Adam says:

    great work – keep on threading!

  2. DaveT says:

    Congrats dude!

  3. Stan B says:

    Congrats Anth, you must be stoked. It’s a cool car mate

  4. Brad says:

    Car looks great in the mag. Its been sitting on my desk for a while and I had forgotten about it. Should never have let my 510 go all those years ago.

  5. Mitch (SFort) says:

    Good stuff, well deserved.

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