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[18 Apr 2011 | One Comment | ]
Vehicle Detailing – Cape Town

In November JZR Customs celebrate their 4th year in the dynamic and rather challenging vehicle customising industry of South Africa. Here are some pics of their latest shoot , an effort inspired by their marketing campaign for their newest division, JZR Detailing.

Rashmi, one of the founding members of JZR believes that there is a great demand for a service that meets his clients paint protection needs and suits their pockets. They offer two treatment packages at the moment but promise to release a few more soon. JZR Detail for …

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[11 Apr 2011 | One Comment | ]
Modified Fiat 500 – Hamann Edition

This is the Fiat 500 Hamann Edition. Looks like a Fiat 500 and it is, but yet it has the performance potential of a Ferrari hatchback if one had to be produced.
The super sexy bubble-shaped hatch’s is a new front bumper with LED lights, fore and rear lip spoilers, side skirts and a rear diffuser to round off airflow management modifications.
The car rides on a Hamann-coilover suspension, which lowers the center of gravity by up to 60 mm. The limited Edtion Hamann Fiat 500 is rolling …

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[5 Apr 2011 | 6 Comments | ]
Bmw M3 Bakkie version

Let your inner Boer drool over these images of an M3 bakkie that BMW actually was created, and tested on the Nurburgring, for its 1 April festivities. The once-off design shares its 309kW heart that of the M3 Coupe and features a super stylish Targa roof as well as the ability to haul 10 sets of semi slicks in its aluminium-clad load bin, which has a payload of 450kg.

 

Unfortunately this M3 version of a Bakkie will most likely never be produced. But if it was to be …

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[26 Mar 2011 | 7 Comments | ]
Super Car Show – Simons Town

The South African Navy in Simon’s Town, Cape Town will once again opened its doors to the people of South Africa to come and explore the navy culture and environment at the East Dockyard in Simon’s Town. The much anticipated Navy Festival will take place from 1-3 April 2011. Some of the standard attractions like ships and Submarines, Tug rides and Flea Markets were open to the public while some events like, a gun run display, the Navy Band performance, a Dog Display by the SA Navy’s Dog Unit and …

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[10 Feb 2011 | No Comment | ]
New versus Old

Earlier I came across a few pictures of the very first Subaru 360. Subaru has come a long way since the 360, you could even say that Subaru have even done a whole 360Degree on their vehicle design.

After having a look at where Subaru’s have evolved from I decided to see where my 1st car originated from. My 1st car was a Fiat Uno Fire 1100, at that time she was my pimp wagon.. I loved that car so much, unfortunately I don’t have any pictures.  Anyhow, back to the …

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[9 Feb 2011 | One Comment | ]
Modified Bmw X6 – LUMMA Design

Before I start doing off about how much I like the Bmw X6 have a look at this Modified version of the X6.

BMW X6 kits from LUMMA start on the outside, with monstrous 23” wheels and a full widebody kit including a fat 5cm fender extension, front and rear bumper spoilers and side skirts. Carbon-fiber inserts here and there specifically to give the X6 a more sport look. An air ducted carbon hood is also included in the kit. The CLR X 650 kit is used to wrap over those …

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[9 Feb 2011 | No Comment | ]
South African LeMans Car

So South Africa’s Bailey Cars is developing a Le Mans car. Bailey Cars better known for recreating classic racers like the Ford GT40, Porsche 917 and Ferrari P4 Bailey’s has tackled one of South Africa’s biggest motorsporting achievements.

Built to comply with the 2011 Le Mans LMP2 regulations, the Le Man car features a full carbon-fibre composite chassis and aerospace technology with materials produced in South Africa. That means not only is the car built and developed in SA, but all the parts have been built and produced by South African …

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[9 Feb 2011 | No Comment | ]
Karenza @ ODI Raceway

Having matriculated at Garsfontein High School, Karenza, being brought up a petrolhead, started in this industry we all love on the karting track at the age of 9 years. As the (very few) years went by she graduated to stock street class in the national drag racing series whilst doing part time modeling. She has also contributed as a mascot for the SA vs UK tours for oval track for two consecutive years and has all through this time officiated at ODI Raceway, where she is now owner, promoter and …