After months of noticing this 9N around at various gatherings across Cape Town, we finally had the time to catch up with the owner, during his busy schedule in order to get to know himself and his ride.
Of course Movere bring you the Cape’s cars and their owners/drivers. This is why we had to make a plan to catch up with Kyle in order to him a few questions regarding his ride. Believe me if I tell you that this was very difficult. It was a huge struggle to get hold of Kyle, due to his busy schedule.
The front page is taken by two different Polos. One static and owned by Muzaith Koopman, and the other being the bagged Bad Panda. We cover both these cars in the October 2017 Edition of Movere Digital Magazine.
The car received its name while the owner, Kyle Booysen and a friend of his were enjoying the movie, Kung-fu Panda. He noticed how the Panda, being the underdog, became the top dog. This is where the name Panda was derived from. However, the “bad” part, well that is just to be adding some more spice to the name.
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You will be kept up to date with the Team Honda Charity Show that happened in Somerset, the Slammed SA Cape Town Launch, Team DAF’s Grand Spring Auto, Opel Squad LTD’s Motor Madness version 2 and we travelled all the way to Durban for the KZN Stance Fest.