This week’s Friday Film Club

Motofomo's friday film club

Another week and another instalment of the Friday Film Club. This week we’ve gathered a selection of cool videos that have caught our attention through the week that we reckon you guys might enjoy. Here goes.

Beginner’s guide to modifying your car

This one’s from the YouTube phenomenon that is Mighty Car Mods. This video was from three weeks ago but is a ripper in terms of explaining the basics if you’re wanting to have a crack at modifying a car.

Australia’s toughest Forester?

This is one of those videos you show to anyone who laughs when you show them a photo of a modified Forester. And it’s Australian. Not a Yank in sight. Some good insights into the pros and cons of throwing the kitchen sink to make a Forester dominate off-road.

Ultimate overland tourer…

With this Mercedes-Benz Zetros Expedition Vehicle you could outrun any pandemic or zombie apocalypse. Designed and built by the team at Unidan in Queensland this thing is an absolute monster.

Top Gear goes old school…sort of

These three might not be as old as their names suggest but my goodness are they beautiful. Watch as Chris Harris drives a Ferrari 250LM at Goodwood, a near-£200k Alfaholics GTA-R, and a recreation of the Bugatti Type 35.

Meet MonsterMax…

The team at WhitlingDiesel are bonkers. Like properly bonkers. But we love them. And this week they’ve dropped a return of the vehicle that got them their YouTube start. It’s both hilarious and scary. And we love it.

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Isaac Bober has been writing about cars and 4x4s for more than 20 years, has worked on some of the country's biggest motoring magazines (remember what they were?), and launched Practical Motoring. Now he's back, back again... to share dad jokes and much more.