March 2011 News & Products
We’ve seen numerous cool home-built caravans over the years, but the Dub Box is one built by a company with over 24 years of event trailer production experience.
The long base of these universal mirrors not only aids stability but also does a great job of hiding any holes left from the removal of the old factory fit items.
We’re seeing more and more enthusiasts opt for Chevy small blocks over Rover V8s in their retro builds, which is why we thought we’d let you know about this gorgeous inlet manifold from Webcon.
These rear telescopic dampers are both bump and rebound adjustable and are priced at just £55 each.
There’s an obvious reason why professional garages use seat and wing covers.
This hand made, brown leather tool bag from A H Spares Ltd. is so much classier than the functional, yet exceptionally boring plastic and metal toolboxes that are the norm these days.
The Hydragas Register has been setup to help Rover owners locate their closest garage with pump-up services.
Car model specialist, Lobster Diecast has just let us know that this 1/43 scale Corgi Vanguards Ford Cortina 2.0 Ghia has just been made available.
BMW race specialist, Race Performance Modified, has just released details about offset rear top mounts for the E30 BMW 3 Series.
We can’t think of anywhere cooler that we’d like to hang our keys than on one of these.
Here’s a handy website to keep in mind before embarking on pretty much any journey.
Take yourself back a couple of decades with this eighties-style case for your iPhone.
If you’re still yet to get a calendar up on the wall this year, can we recommend ordering one of these?
Known for it’s monstrous brake setups for big power cars, Hi-Spec has now turned its hand to the classic Mini.