When it comes to building tough cars the guys at Profab Motorsport Fabrications have certainly delivered their fair share and when we caught wind of a new turbo Pro Street build in the works we just had to head out to their Fairy Meadow workshop for a look-see for ourselves.
Turns out it's one hell of a machine and to make it even cooler it's owned and will be driven by World renowned DJ and music producer Carl Cox!
For more details on the car check out the feature blog posts HERE.
Dean's Pro Tourer 20B RX3
Dean Crook's latest build, this tough as nails RX3 sedan is set to raise the bar for high for street car builds in terms of design, fabrication and engineering work.
Featuring a stout 20B 3-Rotor up front and some seriously trick suspension work, these photos are sure to have you drooling over your keyboard, smart phone or tablet for some time...
For more info on the build, check out the run-down on our Blog here
Jason's Twin Turbo LS1 Corolla
Our very own IMCC project car of sorts, this is not your average '70s Toyota Corolla.
Being built for straight line fun, Powercruise thrashing and maybe even a bit of cruising, the old 3K and 4-speed combo has been swapped out for a 5.7L LS1 V8 borrowed from a 2003 VY Commodore.
Strapped on the sides are two Garrett GTX3576R turbos, joined by twin Turbosmart 45mm HyperGates all mounted up on custom steam pipe manifolds. Boost is then fed through custom piping into a Custom Plenum Creations all-billet intake via a OEM LS2 4" electronic throttle body.
The engine is backed up by a 2-speed powerglide automatic which will send power to a custom sheet metal 9"diff and ladder bar rear end.
There's still quite a lot to go in the build but things are certainly starting to take shape. For more info and to keep up to date on the build, check out the Facebook page HERE.
Hopefully it wont'be too long 'till we can fire her up and have some fun. Gunning for 8s down the quarter on the little 235 street radials should be plenty of fun!
Jonathon's Mod Street/X275 Cortina
When you spend your days working on other peoples cars and helping to build some of the countries toughest street and race cars you can be assured that when you find the time to do a little something for yourself, it's going to be pretty cool.
That's exactly the case for local enthusiasts Jonathon Gauci from Profab Motorsport Fabrications who is slowly but surely chipping away at his first major project car, a '77 TD Ford Cortina.
Putting all of his skills as a fabricator to work, the car is being set up to be able to race in Mod Street as well as X275 whilst still maintaining full street rego.
The combo powering the car will be a built Ford Barra 4.0L turbo backed by a T400 3-speed and 9" diff hooked up to a beefed-up factory 4 link.
The goal, plenty of street cruising and possibly some low 8-second passes on the quarter.
Stay tuned for more pics of the build as it progresses.