Now we’re up to Part 5, the fabrication is nearing completion and we’re starting to see some fresh colour being laid down. Previous instalments: Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4
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Part 4 is here! In this update we see the cooling system take shape, along with intercooler piping and some interior upgrades. Previous instalments: Part 1 – Part 2 – Part 3
In the third instalment of the Nulon / Impossible Fabrications XR6 Turbo Ute, we see the front end converted to a tube frame setup, and a special one-off exhaust fabricated all the way from manifold to side-pipe. Previous posts: Part 1 – Part 2
In Part 2 of the Nulon / Impossible Fabrications XR6 Turbo ute, we see the car rolling around on it’s new 300ZX rear end, allowing it to have it’s intricate roll cage fabricated. Click here for Part 1.
The folks at Nulon and Impossible Fabrications are back with another hybrid creation. If you remember the EG Civic they built a while back, you’ll know they’re no stranger to an angle grinder and welder. That little Civic is now both rear wheel drive and turbo, or basically what you could call an S15 200sx […]
Things have been quieter than usual around here and on Facebook/Twitter lately, and while I do apologise for that, I promise I have a good reason! My wife and I welcomed our first child into the world just over a week ago, so things have been understandably busy at home. But believe me when I […]
One company I’ve loved following online for the past few years is Roadster Shop. In fact, I’ve featured a couple of their builds before, which you can view by clicking here. While cruising around the Pro Touring forums, which I like to do regularly, I noticed they were undertaking yet another new build. This time, […]
What I love about the modifying game isn’t just the ability to improve on a car’s performance or looks, but those rare people who take it that step further and change the whole purpose of a car. I first laid eyes on this MKIV Golf Estate/Wagon turned ute on Racer86.com within some event coverage. After […]
This next build was found via Instagram of all places. I noticed a new follower pop up in my feed, clicked on his profile and I was greeted with images of this Pro Street ute build. After a few comments back-and-forth I located the build thread online and now I want to share it with […]
1967 Volkswagen Beetle + roof chop + 1950 Chevy pickup = Bugtruck! Thanks to Geoff for submitting. Click here for more ute/pickup conversions. Click here for more VW builds.