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A Mk3 Transit track toy and kustom Mk2 Zodiac? All in a days work for Simon Coulson as he reveals two more project car ideas to keep you entertained

Straight out of our own classified section, this one is simple but still a showstopper. No need to spend years welding in the garage and collecting bits, just buy a good ’un and make a few kustom tweaks. A little smoothing is all it takes: we’ve lost the badges and the door handles (but kept most of the chrome). Fender skirts are a classic custom touch and make a massive difference to the overall look especially when paired with the air suspension system. If you can see the back wheels it’s too high!

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Only the looniest of loonies would look at this Mk3 Transit and think, ‘That’d make a good track toy’. We’ve taken off the bed and replaced it with some non-structural panelling that shares swage lines with the cab, wider arches and side skirts help to cover those big NASCAR-style rims with yellow-lettered tyres. A cage tied to the original chassis looks good, saves weight and stiffens it all while a mid-mounted V8 would do wonders for weight distribution and provide lots of go. Doesn’t look quite right? It’s been sectioned, meaning a horizontal slice has been lopped out of the body. It’s not that obvious — just enough to have people wondering what you’ve done.

Illustrations Simon Coulson

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