I recently started thinking about the plight of the daily driven drift cars – drivers want to get reckless at the track and shred some tires, but still have to get to work on Monday and pick up groceries on their way home. Those who want to compete and elevate their drift status but need […]
The e36 was in need of some major bushing love. The front lollipop bushings were non existent. It made for eventful driving. So I took it to Moneygang Steve to put in some lollipops, tie rods and control arms………..and weld the diff. I had considered welding the diff earlier, but there was no real need. […]
It was probably 25 degrees out. Both windows were down in his red 2 door sr20det swapped E30 (89 325is, for those who really care). Steve and I, although not well acquainted at the time, decided to take a detour on the long route home from a successful photoshoot at the Scarborough bluffs. Down through […]
Just a small update on the MONEY GANG E46. I stopped by at Steve’s shop to pick up my car. I needed to replace the alternator…..that died on the way to Niagara Falls. I also stopped by at GT Custom Exhaust to say hello to Matt. Now that the E46 has wheels and suspension on it’s starting […]
The weather is cold. It’s actually fucking freezing here. Across the street from my destination, the armpit of Southern Oshawa (a bar called the Down Omer) is almost vacant; Nothing surprising at 3 O’clock on a Thursday. Sandwiched between a 24 hour Mac’s Milk gas station and a privately owned drab Office Supplies Depot, you […]
Go big or go home. In somewhat contrast to our last article, Getting lost in the Build, we take our first look at Stephen Van Sleuwen’s extensive E46 drift build. The difference with Steve, is that we know he’s well within his capabilities, and he’ll have a complete car for this summer. If not, […]
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