Skewer's Projects

I've owned Rufus for 14 years, having purchased him when I started Skewer. He's had quite a few transformations and a lot of restoration, and during that time has become quite well known around the world in GT-Four circles. There's not a lot left that hasn't been fettled one way or another, read the story here.


Quartz was a very nicely sorted S15 Spec R Aero. I purchased the vehicle with most of the modifications already done, but added the majority of the changes in the looks department; within the engine bay as well as a few exterior and interior treats. Was a shame to see this go, a situation I still regret to this day.


I bought Shiro after having to sell Quartz, and it was a worthy replacement in terms of power and grip, and get off the line acceleration which was pretty damn quick. The previous owner was a smoker so this was quite a clean up job, but there were a few nicely done mods, to which I added one or two more.


Not Just About The Cars

As well as the cars, I've also built a carbon fibre framed racing bike, Project SR-71. This matt black beast was put together with a lot of high spec parts and weighs only around 7.5kg. Shimano Ultegra groupset with carbon levers and pedals, Fulcrum Racing Zero wheels, Fi'zi:q saddle and stem, 3T aero carbon bars to name a few. The finishing touches came by way of a full Skewer graphics set in reflective black and red - they looks almost invisible by day, but with the light behind it the graphics shine a bright silver, pretty damn cool


Project Rufus

Project Moo is the baby of one of Skewer's long time customers, and friend, Matt McInnes. As well as sporting a number of Skewer's products there's been a lot of exterior and interior work, Using DIY custom fabrication, as well as engine upgrades. This one definitely falls into the 'built not bought' catagory.



So much goodness

Happy Face

After seeing these projects you'll probably need a lie down to recover, they're just too cool!