Posts tagged with ‘Ronal’


Many car purchases are fueled by impulse, which is often followed by buyer’s remorse. In the classic water-cooled VW world, impulse buys can literally destroy your bank account and wreak havoc with wives and girlfriends. Fraught with hidden rust and hidden running issues, buying an old VW on a whim is trouble. There isn’t a truer car to adhere to the old adage: The best things come to those who wait.

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Byron’s E30 build could best be defined as a “slow burn.” It’s taken a lot of time to arrive here: the car we see today. Maybe it’s because ol’ Byza doesn’t work as quickly as he used to, his alter-ego as a 50-something Briton with a love for clam chowder has slowed him down. On the other hand, it could be because he’s the type of guy to put friends’ builds before his own, whether that is building a tube-chassis E28, or chopping away at a perfectly good E36.

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It seems all but impossible for Rob Cumberbatch to have turned into anything other than an automotive fanatic. If it can’t be blamed on the weekends spent with his father at car shows in his 1957 Hillman Minx, and the afternoons spent in the garage working together on a Jensen Healey, then perhaps his love for machines can be attributed to the trips home from school in his mother’s BMW 2002, or her weekend toy, a Lotus Excel.

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MACHETE & the Foster E21

Mike Burroughs

Nic and Stephanie Foster’s E21 deserves every bit of recognition it can muster up. As one of the most admired E21s on the planet, there’s no shortage of folks seeking to photograph their build; however, Nic and Steph are selective people. When media does surface, be it photos or video, there’s never a doubt that the quality will be unparalleled. The team at MACHETE is the most recent to have their take on the car, and it goes to show that only the best work with the best.

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Many car purchases are fueled by impulse, which is often followed by buyer’s remorse. In the classic water-cooled VW world, impulse buys can literally destroy your bank account and wreak havoc with wives and girlfriends. Fraught with hidden rust and hidden running issues, buying an old VW on a whim is trouble. There isn’t a truer car to adhere to the old adage: The best things come to those who wait.

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