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Back to drop you the 30th Edition of Movere - The Cape's Automotive Journal. This is an amazing achievement.
The November 2017 month, has the special third round number of Movere, and always, its packed full of car related things happening across South Africa's Mother City - Cape Town.
In this edition of Movere, we have a Warm, Windy, Wet & Wild day at Killarney Internation Raceway with the rest of the Cape Motoring Enthusiasts. We take a Sunday chill by Slammin the Cape Town cars for the We Support Those With Cancer event.
The Limers who are to be found showcasing their vehicles are Bradley Herdien with his white Honda Ballade and Brandon Ross sharing his Silver Diesel 9N. Sipiwe Mandonsela seems totally excited about building his current project, a Ford Figo. This is where Sipiwe mentions where everything started - with his Opel. But let us not spoil it for you. Lastly, Kaylum Antonels has an extremely low VW Golf Mk1. He talks about how things started out for him and shares more information regarding how his love for cars started with gaming consoles.
Joe Klein covers a car called Dikstem. A very special V8 Bass Beast. This is a 1971 Datsun Cedric 260c that has a V8 heart transplant together with Rockford Fosgate goodies that are powerful enough to blast the entire neighbourhood away. If you have problems with the girl next door, just consider giving Theo Williams a call.
Then we have a special Silver Sibling section which is about 2 Vw 9N Polos. One being bagged and belonging to Jermain Johnson, and the second belonging to Donovan Ruldolph - Cape Town's Wheel Whorder.
Read about their stories, together with more information in the November 2017 Edition of Movere Digital Magazine - The Cape's Automotive Journal.