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Mr. dodge – part 4 (2015)

So...the van proved to be reliable and next rework was in plan. Ricola wanted to have a decent sleeping place and the space from the sliding door open to rear doors was just wide enough. Thanks to the maxivan version we had - 1,90 to 1,70 - prob[...]

There’s a Bomb Ticking Behind Your Door

If there's water in the foot well of your 911 or any other car, the door foils are one of three usual suspects. The water will first ruin the door panels, then trickle in the carpet and after some years corrosion will destroy the floor plate and[...]

Alfa Romeo Spider – The Duetto

For an unbelievable 52 years now the 105/115 series Alfa Romeo Spider has been turning our heads. The continuous modifications it had to undergo during its unmatched 27 years of production show a strange mixture of appreciation and rejection. Ti[...]

How to Build a Spray Booth, Part 2

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Mr. Dodge – Part 3 – (2014)

transfer from switzerland to bavaria and – ricola wants to sicely the transfer from switzerland to my shop in bavaria went smooth...at least most of it. Around buxheim a popping noice anounced problems. the doghouse above the engine did not[...]

Mr. Dodge – Part 2 – (2013) – get it ready to rumble

Will we get the dodge ? No number plate and a huge community about 15 minutes south of zuerich. How about i ring all the bells and ask for the owner ? you are not in germany…we dont do this here responded my girlfriend. Hmmm…how about flood the[...]

How to Build a Spray Booth

Featured article of the Grand Retro team: Home Built by Jeff Who dares to do?

Espresso Rallye 2018: Coming Home

Espresso Rallye 2018: Kodachrome

Espresso Rallye 2018: Speed ….