Being skilled to build a car on your own takes a whole lot of skill and knowledge. Building a car completely from scratch, well that takes a whole other level of performance. Something I would love to, but would probably never do is take pieces of steel and aluminum, put them together, and create an actual, real functioning vehicle. I really can’t express the amount of love and respect I have for the Australian who built this truck. I really can’t wait to see how it does on the track. But at the same time, I would be wayyyyyyy to scared to beat on it!
I’m sure I’ve talked about Engineered to Slide before, but it’s so incredible what this guy is doing. The picture below is of a fully ground-up build of a Toyota Hilux. Meaning he started with absolutely nothing but a shape and skill in welding and fabrication. This is most likely a dream for most of us, as car enthusiasts. This whole thing was built out of a one-car garage. Props. It’s a really inspirational story.
I love the SR20 block chilling on a skateboard.