Posted by Roots And VW Bugz on Thursday, July 14, 2016
The Coltech Cabriolet hit 101.9mph on Pendine Sands at the weekend!
Cool ‘cuda in for some fettling – great car to work on and of course – drive!
Now a little less ‘holey’
In for some much needed surgery…
Front coilovers and Coltech Classics raised top mounts. Rear axle flip.
Porsche in for some welding…
Accumalator tank fitted and ready for collection, this Datsun packs a decent punch!
Accumalator tank fabricated from scratch – to replace old leaking and badly mounted original.
Nice project in for some lowering. Dropped to the floor first and then raised to make it driveable.
No second gear, so remove engine, inspect gearbox and rebuild – and now we have all 3 gears!
Turned this round in 12 days (nights and weekends) for a customer to get this ready to take back to Belgium for the 6th European Bug-In.
1 1/2 ” taller than stock.
Designed to give lowered Mk1’s a bit more suspension travel
Made to order
plus £14 p&p (recorded delivery)
These make a noticeable improvement to ride and handling.
Can’t wait to get stuck into this!
Nice write-up by the guys at Speedhunters, on the Mk1 we built…
Great article and photos from the Pro bike rider – Kristian House (JLT Condor), who asked us to resurrect his Grandad’s old Moggy Minor. She’s now mechanically, bodily and legally road worthy and living in Cheshire with her very happy owner. Full article here – Team_JLT_Condor
Quick afternoon lowering job…
In for some exhaust, a-arm and camber modifications
Lowered the rear by one outer spline, then we decided to go a little further!
In for lowering and narrowing