Don’t worry, there is a definite exchange of value, but it’s not a cash value. I met Phil a while ago, and to be honest this is one of the longest jobs I’ve held.
A small shop of just Phil the skilled engineer and Suprafanatic, and my self with my clumsy hands and over bearing knowledge of Japanese cars and terrible spelling and grammar. Phil specializes in two things: restoring Supras and dealing with my non-nonsensical babble. When not wrenching on cars we are often found at the track doing laps, or some other part of the world looking/buying cars. It’s not like there is a lot of money, Phil is just good with resources and weak when it comes to my influence.
Andrew swung round today and grabbed some captures. We’ve got a wide selection of MK1, MK2, MK3, and PILES of MK4’s both parts and complete cars. 😀 Above pictured is the shop office, err, the interior of the shop race car. A 160hp 7mge MA61 L-type with a P-type nose. Layman’s terms, a ’82 narrowbody supra with a widebody nose and ’87 Engine. 160hp might sounds pretty low, but with nearly the entire car stripped down to nothing, well balanced suspension, brakes and a great cooling system (designed in house), the car is often one of the quickest on the track, keeping up with skylines, rx8’s, 350z and the likes. Great cash to speed value!
Above is a recent addition to the line up and hopefully will be ready for some track time on Sunday! Guess the motor and the car?
Jay and Aaron came up the other day, and one of us pointed out the amount of 80’s love sitting in the lot:
What’s gross? Those are mostly my project cars. Are you able to guess them all?
Little more of a hint of what’s happening at the shop right now.
Also, we’ve got a few MK4’s fully restored, ready for sale!