I threw this little flyer together for Dom who’s organising the 2010 South East Dub Fest. I thought it came out pretty nice, although I’d love to do a more intricate one for another event when I have more time to spare. Any Melbournians who are interested in the VW/Audi scene should come and check it out.
Build Threads clicked over 200,000 hits last night, BOOYA! Hasn’t even been 1 year yet.
Thanks for reading, everyone 🙂
A new project car is entering the Build Thread’s stable. More will be revealed soon, until then here’s a preview…
*Disclaimer: Above silhouette may be slightly exaggerated.
Well I’m back from Fiji, and back to reality. Before I get back into posting content, I’d like to thank Elliot and the team at Performance VW Magazine for choosing Build Threads as their “Site of the Month” in the latest issue. What an honour, truly flattering. When I started this blog for a bit of fun at the beginning of the year, I never imagined I’d be getting this sort of exposure in such a short amount of time. Being in Australia I haven’t actually seen the article in print yet, since we get some international magazines a bit late, but Jeroen has kindly showed me this photo, thanks Jeroen!
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Here’s a video of the double page spread thanks to the guys over at Puregroove/GarageZero & Violent Running. Congrats to them for having their TE31 Corolla blipped. You can read their posts here & here.
Also while I was away, the site ticked over 100,000 views, not bad for a bit over 7 months of blogging. Thanks again to all the readers, supporters, and people who link to Build Threads.
I’ve got heaps of content to sort through, lot’s of new submissions, so bare with me and I’ll get back to our regular programming soon!
Big thanks to JDM EGO for sending some love to Build Threads. Friday’s views (Eastern Australian Time) went through the roof and peaked at 2901 hits, and today looks set to be another big one.
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This is the 100th post on Build Threads, and to this date we have reached over 30,000 views. Thanks to everyone who reads, comments, submits, links to us, and supports us, it wouldn’t be possible without your input.
To celebrate, here’s a re-cap of our previously featured build threads. Click the image to take you to the respective article.
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Build Threads has reached 50 posts since its inception just over 2 months ago, here are some statistics to celebrate the milestone.
Most Popular Top 5 Posts:
1. The Bucket Mk1 VW Golf
2. Project Datsun 1600 Part 7
3. Syborg Twin Turbo – 4.3l v6 TT Mini-Truck
4. Race Taxi 993 Turbo Kombi
5. KP61 Starlet
Total number of views: 6,102 (as of 4:18pm 5th May 2009 Eastern Australian Time)
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