About the #project924 blog

Tinkering with a 1986 modern sports classic that may lead to an adequate performance no track.

That’s the gist of what this is about, but how did it come about?

The car, I bought a tatty, non-running Porsche 924S. It was an impulse buy, although a model I’d been considering for a while. Partly I wanted something to work on and restore, hence the non-runner. I also wanted something with track potential, that with my limited skills, I would not have to worry about. There were other factors but they’ll be explained in more detail.

The blog itself also came about due to a number of factors. For a couple years I have been posting on the Z4-Forum and found I like documenting and writing about my work on the car almost as much as I do working on the car itself. I have also posted a few videos on YouTube which I enjoyed doing and, as with the forum, was both surprised and pleased how much others got from them. I liked sharing but I wouldn’t have ever considered blogging were it not for friends on Twitter – some of whom were among the “other factors” in the car purchase – whose own blogs I’ve enjoyed and introduced me to the medium. Am a bit of a geek too so the outcome was inevitable.

Rather unexpectedly this has found an audience, I hope you enjoy the blog.



4 thoughts on “About

  1. good look with the restoration, mine was a complete pain….take a look at my “S” at various shows, will give you inspiration / encouragement to complete the job

    will be following this blog with interest 🙂

    Posted by TONY ANDERTON | March 12, 2013, 3:30 pm
    • Excellent work Tony, looks like you’ve put a lot of work in there. Can’t see mine will be that clean, well, that’s what I keep telling myself!

      I’ll pop a link to your FB page on my links page too.

      Posted by Matt | March 12, 2013, 8:57 pm
  2. Hi, I am about to replace the pipes from the power steering fluid reservoir to the pump and back. Did you use any special tubing, apart from it being oil resistant?

    Posted by Sharon Goddard | March 12, 2015, 11:02 am
    • My setup is a custom one, to run the steering as a non-power assisted rack. If you have the original setup you will probably need the original hoses to get the right connections at the rack end. Under a reasonable amount of pressure with constant fluid circulation if you use non-standard hoses they will need to be a very good fit.

      Posted by Matt Biggs | March 12, 2015, 2:22 pm

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