Modified Peugeot 106
Scott Nicklin’s modified Peugeot 106
These days it can cost a small fortune for new drivers to insure a motor, that’s not to mention the extra costs when it comes to modding it. To get ahead of the game you’ve got to be smart and spend your dough wisely. For the past 18 months Scott Nicklin has been doing just that and slowly but surely building up his Peugeot 106 into the superclean, money-saving machine you see here.
As far as hand-me-downs go, things came up trumps for Scott when his brother passed his 106 on to him. Before he’d even passed his test Scott started to modify the car, but things got a little out of hand and he ended up spending more on it than he planned. Eventually he was skint and had no choice but to strip it of parts and scrap the car to get back some of his lost money. Back on the hunt for a new motor, he decided to stick with what he knew best and picked up another clean 106 for a measly 500 notes.
This time round Scott planned to do things within budget. With his head screwed on properly he set about smoothing out a few things on the car himself. The boot lock has been removed and smoothed over along with the repeaters and bump strips. At the same time Scott smoothed both the front and rear bumpers and removed the aerial and rear wiper.