June 2018 issue
- Anu Dimension GTB RS – New Porsche Boxster upgrade
- Rage Comet R – Driven on and off-road
- Tiger HS6 – Tiger’s retro Lotus Six recreation driven
- Candy Apple Finale – 1990s Pontiac Fiero rebody revisited
- AK 427 Pt2 – Reader’s Cobra replica on the road
- Brake servo upgrade – DIY improvement
- Choosing roll-over bars – How to get the best ROPS protection
- …and much more!
Anu Dimension has added to its range with the new GTB RS, which takes its styling inspiration from the six-fugure GT3 RS. Like the GTB before it (which remains available), it’s a rebody of the Porsche Boxster, but this time using the later generation car. It’s a Porsche replica conversion based on a Porsche, and we take a detailed look in the June issue.
How much fun can you have in the mud? The Rage Comet R is available in kit form for the first time, and we’ve driven it on and off road. Find out how it performed in our June issue, and also see how you can save £1000 on a kit or complete car.
Tiger Racing may best known for its modern, high performance Seven style roadsters, but it also offers a faithful Lotus Six replica. Modest power and skinny tyres mean you can have fun in the HS6 as speeds that won’t threaten your licence.
Only around 30 Candy Apple Finales were built, and this one remains utterly faithful to the original concept having been kept in timewarp condition. Pumped-up, rounded styling disguises the car’s Pontiac Fiero origins.
If you read the build story in the last issue, now’s the time to see Paul Devine’s finished AK Cobra replica. From harbouring a dream to build a kit car, he has now progressed to becoming involved in the industry himself.
If your kit car runs a brake servo but is lacking in brake pedal feel, this DIY upgrade is something you can try yourself at home.
Most kit car have some form of roll-over bar, but their specifications can vary enormously. We outline the options to help you find the best possible roll-over protection.