My Web Garage

Welcome to the front door of my web garage.  Come inside and take a closer look at my current and past vehicles that I have owned, built and/or restored.  My current every day driver is a Holden HSV Gen F2 Clubsport R8 LSA Tourer, to give its long winded name. This is a very rapid, supercharged 6.2litre V8 powered Holden station wagon with a Walkinshaw W557 upgrade providing 557kW/930Nm (747HP/685ft lb).

I also have my home built Clubman sports car that is road registered.  This is not a factory built “kit car” as most people believe when they first see it, but a “Locost” concept Lotus 7 style car that I built from scratch based on Mazda MX5 components.  It may finally be on the road but I am still massaging it to ensure its the best vehicle I can produce.

Previously I have restored a 1972 E-Type Jaguar V12 Coupe and a 1977 Jaguar XJC V12 Coupe.  It was also my pleasure to have owned a 2000 Jaguar XKR coupe, HSV VY2 Clubsport R8, Mitsubishi Evo 7, Mitsubishi Evo 10 and a Hyundai Veloster Turbo.

This is the main door that leads to four individual sites about my four very different hobby cars.  I will add further pages about my current and past road toys as time permits.

My home built Clubman sports car.  Known as a Locost, it's NOT A KIT CAR, but a hand built, modern  tribute to the original Lotus 7.

My spectacular Jaguar V12 E-Type Series 3 2+2.  My web pages follow the selection, purchase and restoration of this highly desirable classic sports car.

My rare Coupe version of Jaguar's fabulous XJ V12 saloon.  Only 96 of these luxurious and rapid highway cruisers were originally brought to Australia.

My Jaguar XKR supercar.  Powered by a supercharged V8 this spectacular coupe was a pleasure to own and drive - no restoration required!


I removed the link to my email address due to problems with spam!
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