Waxoyled the sills and wings. now waiting for the fumes to go.
sods law, know the feeling welldrove 1 mile with my roof up
(sob) happened across another 5 with it's roof down
oh the ignomy
My view entirely, less to go wrong.That is beautiful; great work! I am a great fan of Mazda's engineering so 'bog standard' is my preferred style.:nod:
I've led a sheltered life, I've not heard of those.Bill, I have put the folding JDM type on all may cars. They are more out of the way.
You're right there Tim it's easy to understand how they could build houses out of it years ago.Not the easiest of stuff to remove either BillYesterday, washed the car and went for a spin around our country lanes to make the most of the sunshine only to find that the farmers are muck spreading and getting most of it on the road. Argh! :stomp:
Tut tut Jono,image.jpg
...and not for the first time
" I was surprised by the low red line indication. Is 7,000 rpm typical for MK2's or is this a limitation imposed by the power trains available to you? "That's a nice look Shadgrind. The blue is a good change of pace.
I was surprised by the low red line indication. Is 7,000 rpm typical for MK2's or is this a limitation imposed by the power trains available to you?
My MK1 1.6L red line was indicated at 7400/7500 rpm. And the 2L in my current car is also near there. I've never been close to a MK2 or a 1.8L.
Same here, I've no plans to buy one but I suppose some time in the future I will have to.Ahem! Ok...right, what did I do today?
Well, I didn't buy an i-phone, once again. I didn't buy one yesterday either and probably won't buy one tomorrow.
In fact I quite likely will never buy an i-phone.
Nor will I feel deprived of anything worthwhile.