Thursday, March 26, 2015
Thursday, March 12, 2015
the shaved trunk lock.
There's a lot more that's happened since these photos too, so I'll try and update this website more regularly. Cheers!
Posted by Aaron Beck at 4:25 AM
Monday, March 2, 2015
I'll post a full update on the cuda soon.
Posted by Aaron Beck at 3:51 AM
Monday, February 2, 2015
The fuel and brake lines are on for good (first things bolted onto the car for real!), all mounted with stainless hardware and nice and secure. The exhaust and handbrake lines are just on for the photo, and will be coming off again. The exhaust needs the front flanges welded on, which I can only do with the motor, drivetrain, and headers in place to set the angles. The handbrake cable was set up for the drum brakes, and I've just ordered a disc kit from Dr Diff, which will require different length cables.
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Thursday, January 29, 2015
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Tuesday, January 27, 2015
alloy brackets for the seat. Big thanks to the Water Cutting Company and Kia-Ora Sheetmetal!
Cheers and happy new year!
Posted by Aaron Beck at 12:32 AM
Thursday, December 11, 2014
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Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Sunday, November 9, 2014
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Friday, September 26, 2014
I'm back at work on the car after a trip overseas, and currently setting up my garage for the body work stage to proceed, so work should be progressing rapidly soon. I can't wait to have the car back together again...
Posted by Aaron Beck at 12:01 AM
Friday, September 19, 2014
A crazy Gatebil-style S13 Nissan Silvia built to four-wheel drift. It features a set-back Chevy LS V8 with twin superchargers and a custom four-wheel drive setup. The front blower is mounted backwards and has its internals reversed so air goes in the bottom, gets compressed, and comes out the top and into the second blower mounted normally on top of the motor. I think it makes for a mean-looking beast head poking through the hood, and should have the performance to back up the looks. The radiator is in the rear, fed by the roof-mounted scoop, so when the one-piece front is removed you’d get an uninterrupted view of the front blower on its cantilevered brackets, and also of the front transaxle, and custom-built and white-painted suspension and spaceframe.
Another potential future build concept. I really like this machine, it would look rad as hell for real I reckon.
Posted by Aaron Beck at 8:15 PM
Monday, September 15, 2014
Mashine is a project myself and good friend and fellow designer and car nerd Ash Thorp are working on. A way to indulge our crazy car fuelled plans and make big things happen in the future… Keep your eyes peeled!
Posted by Aaron Beck at 4:24 PM