project32.net goes wordpress

r32_clean02.jpgI’ve decided to switch to wordpress to save mucking about too much on the structure on the site,
just so I can focus on the content. Seems to be the way everything is going anyhow,
and it will allow things such as comments, better archiving of the content, and much
less stuffing around on my end.

To start with you can find the old project32 structure and content here – When I have some time, I’ll try and migrate all the old content into this wordpress structure,
oh, and choose a more suitable theme :-)

my r32 skyline gts-t build