This weekend sees the return of the much anticipated Modified Nationals at Peterborough Showground. Modified Nationals is the UK’s largest indoor and outdoor car show and presents the craziest show cars with magnificent modifications along with amazing daytime and evening entertainment.
With over 2000 cars representing their Car Clubs in the outside area you can see some of the UK’s finest tuned and modified cars. Inside in the exhibition hall, you will spot some of the UK’s Top Show Cars with their modifications on show.
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Tuning or modifying cars is a costly and time-consuming process that can bring joy, excitement, high blood pressure and bankruptcy to those that do it. Messing around with what car manufacturers spend a ton of money ‘perfecting’ is clearly a risky manoeuvre – so why do so many of us do it?
Well, I’ve built several high spec project cars over the years, so I’m now going to attempt to explain why I think modifiers modify. I believe the basic reasons are there for everyone – make it faster; cooler; individual – but there are also personal reasons why so many of us take a reasonable car and make it more expensive to own, service and insure. And don’t even dare add up the money you spend!
I’ll eat my Davy Crockett hat if you don’t play this Audi R8 V10 plus dyno video at least three times.
It’s short, very sweet and burrows deep into a petrolhead’s pleasure cortex – or whatever that bit of your brain is that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
It must be quite difficult for the Aston Martin designers to come up with exciting concept cars when the brand already makes and sells one of the most alluring, concept-like sportscars ever to turn a wheel; the heart-breaking one-77.
So, when the design team at the Aston HQ in Gaydon were tasked with coming up with something sweet for Aston’s centenary, rather than taking on the future-perfect silhouette of one-77, they went for a blast to the past instead, in the slippery 60s-style shape of this new CC100 Speedster Concept. And while the CC100’s exterior may look a little old school, rest assured that under that lengthy carbon hood is a traditionally-modern big V12 engine…
Colin Chapman, the famed Lotus engineer of old, would design his cars using his now well-oiled mantra: Adding power makes you faster on the straights. Subtracting weight makes you faster everywhere. Wise words indeed and a formula that continues to work well for those little Lotus and Caterham nippers still on sale today. But…