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Fast Car September 2020

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Fast Car is officially the best car magazine ever made, and the only one that delivers on its promise of defining today’s car culture. Stuffed with the finest feature cars from the United Kingdom, all the hottest new gear and kit, inspiring guides and even the odd top model for good measure, it’s so jam-packed, you can see it from space.

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Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Kelsey Publishing Group
Frequency:
Monthly
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13 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
ed start

REPEAT OFFENDER We’re not blowing our own trumpet here, okay maybe we are, but getting a feature in these pages is a big deal, and getting on the cover? Well, that’s reserved for the very finest builds; it’s not an easy task – unless your name is Shaun Quinn and creating scene-leading cars has become second nature. I believe this is Shaun’s third cover, and I’ve genuinely lost count of the amount of car features he’s had. But the difference this time is that he’s come back with a new car – all of his other features were on his ever-evolving EK Civic. This time he’s kept to the Honda family but jumped to the top of the tree and bagged himself an NSX. Now, NSXs aren’t exactly cheap: they’re an appreciating classic…

4 min.
up front

DODGE SPRINKLES HORSEPOWER AROUND WILLY-NILLY Subtlety. Restraint. A light touch. These are all things you need to basically ignore if you’re buying a muscle car, because if you’re planning to tread carefully then you’re totally missing the point. Muscle cars have always been about big, brawny V8s made of angular hunks of pig iron, spitting out sodding great gobs of horsepower through agricultural chassis. And thankfully the product planners at Dodge haven’t forgotten this. In fact, somewhat astonishingly in the current climate, it’s now possible to order any car you like from the whole Dodge range and spec it with over 700bhp, if you so choose. Yep, they’ve clearly gone mental in the best possible way: a recent announcement cites the fresh Challenger Super Stock, Charger Redeye and Durango Hellcat as…

1 min.
the angry man

Pretty sweet summer we’re having this year, right? I mean, apart from all the horrible shit that’s going on in the world, the weather’s been alright hasn’t it? And now that we’re allowed to leave the house now and then for recreational purposes, we can dust the cobwebs off our motors and have a bit of fun. (Although apparently dogging’s still off the agenda for some reason. Don’t ask me. I reckon it sounds pretty safe to be getting up to that business with the windows up – you can’t catch a virus through glass, can you? But every time I tell the council this, they ask me to please stop calling.) You know what’s really pissing me off though? All the people driving around in their convertibles with the roofs up.…

6 min.
candyman

Stop licking your lips. You’re dribbling. Had you noticed? Yes, this GT-R looks good enough to eat, but you’re just going to have to try to contain yourself. You see, while the candy raspberry exterior may appear to be so Wonka-like in its sucrose allure that you just want to bury your face in it and guzzle it down your hungry gullet, you’ll be getting yourself into serious trouble – not least because its owner, Adam Crispin, may wish to have words about just what it is exactly that you think you’re up to, but also because there’s a monster hiding inside. You won’t find a fluffy strawberry-flavoured centre in this candy treat, there’s no hazelnut or praline residing within. No, there’s a terrifying Japanese monster in there. Godzilla. And…

1 min.
owner profile:

Name: Adam Crispin Age: 27 Occupation: Royal Mail Instagram: @adzr35 First car: Honda Civic EP2 (EP3 Type R replica) Favourite car: Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 V-Spec II in Midnight Purple Favourite modification on your car? The candy raspberry paint Favourite show: 100% Tuning in Holland, Mod Nats and Gravity are my main shows Track day or show-and-shine? It’s a show car and a fast road car! Any future plans? Just little touches now, and a new boot build. I’ll probably keep this car for good, as it’s one of my dream cars…

1 min.
tech spec: nissan r35 gt-r

STYLING: Custom Paints Candy Raspberry paint, CMST carbon fibre front bumper, CMST front wide arches, Varis rear bumper, Rocket Bunny rear wide arches, carbon sideskirts, Liberty Walk carbon diffuser, CMST carbon splitter, Knight Racer carbon bonnet, carbon bootlid with ducktail, Depo Lightning Bolt LED headlights TUNING: VR38DETT 3.8-litre twin-turbo V6, Knight Racer Stage 4.25 setup inc. Big Power intake, ASNU 1,050cc injectors, 90mm stainless Y-pipe, 3-inch high-flow cast downpipes, full 4-inch decat exhaust system with titanium tips, Ecutek RaceROM custom tune on engine and transmission, 660bhp CHASSIS: 10x20-inch ET-18 (front) and 12x20-inch ET-60 (rear) CMST forged 2-piece wheels, 265/35 (f) and 305/30 (r) Nankang NS-2R tyres, Air Lift Performance struts with 3P management, Brembo calipers, Alcon discs, Ferodo DS2500 pads INTERIOR: Recaro seats retrimmed in Alcantara Seatskinz with purple stitching, carbon steering wheel, carbon shift paddles, carbon…