Professional workshops and the editorial team at the Future Publishing-owned title have spent months working on "Project 100" by adapting it in their own unique way, making it the largest and most expensive project embarked on by the magazine.
Readers will be given a CD of ear-rattling bass tunes as well as a 2006 modified-car show planner, a sticker sheet and poster book containing an A1 poster of the team's Skyline, pictures of the best modified cars plus a 100 beautiful girls compilation.
The March issue goes on sale February 16 priced at £4.25. It features an eight-page report from the Tokyo Auto Salon where the team reviewed some of the modified Japanese cars currently on the circuit.
There is also an article for readers featuring the 10 best ways to increase the speed of a car.
Dan Lewis, editor of Redline, said: "Redline has lasted the distance because we are all really into the modified car scene and consider ourselves to be car enthusiasts first and journalists second. We are very fortunate to write about a topic we all live and breathe."
In September 2005, Redline launched its revamped look with new sections such as Nuts and Volts and Skid Marks.
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