You know the drill, what starts off as a quick bit of rust repair turns into a full bare-shell rotisserie build. Not that we’re complaining, right?! This little Pug receives a lot of love from it’s owner, and his welder. Roll cage, suspension, machining, bike carbs, wiring; this build has it all. Most importantly, it just recently came back to life after a 2-year hiatus, so let’s hope the updates will be arriving thick and fast from now on.
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3 thoughts on “Peugeot 106 hillclimb home-build”
Stu has been helping out various other builders by doing little bits of welding and engineering on their projects too. His car is a testament to his skill, patience and vision.
One of the more inspiring builds I have seen on here in a while. Really love the home brew stuff.
Haha.. the rattlebox is famous at last…
Many thanks for the kind words, the submission and also to the site for putting it up here..
Some huge hurdles this past 2 or 3 years (let down from harness manufacturers and also the bith of my son (aka YOB)) but things are moving again now
Thanks again for the praise it really is very much appreciated..