Only a handful of pics from today’s event: FoRS, GT350, EK9 Type R replica, Miata, and a MANUAL CHRYSLER PT CRUISER!
Jordan did a better job getting pictures of the trio of Shelby GT350s than me. I took pictures of a 1927 SBC-powered T-Bucket and a Brilliant Red M-Technic convertible. Zagato 1600 Junior Z at the end.
Vintage semi truck pulling a lighted car trailer with Plexiglas windows carrying Radwood-eligible rides.
Found a supercharged Buick Regal at a local car meet. For everyone else, I found vintage Nissan trucks, a stance-scene BMW, and an original Saleen Mustang.
Strings of Life courtesy of “Detroit Techno” genre artist, Derrick May, and accompanied by Francesco Tristano and the Philharmonic Orchestra Lamoureux. Turn up your volume to 100% since the sound is a bit on the low end.
Bought a set of barely-used Clearwater CWC-8B speakers and tweeters for my Miata. This is semi-popular upgrade for NB Miatas, especially those with the optional Bose sound system. Bose (or Blows, according to haters) have unique wires between the head unit, amps, and speakers and most upgrades typically involve…
Skip Cannon of the Miata.net forums (and of the Cannon brace for NA diffs) is selling his Beauchamp Racing Lotus 7 mini-replica, supposedly the one of five built. I know a lot of us want cool project cars but maybe can’t afford one due to money and/or space so this could not take up a lot of space and be easy to do…
I’m a young adult but I turn into a 12 year-old who can’t say no to LEGOs when they’re on 20% discount, especially when it’s a cool car! Also, hello future trunk Miata with factory spoiler in the same color as my car, please stop being a pain in the butt with your wiring harness, I wanted to install you since a month…
I bought a set of black cloth NB2 Miata seats to replace my tan leather ones. I don’t want to deal with leather again with this Miata but I’m unsure what material I want my new seat covers to be made out of. It’s basically cloth vs Neoprene unless someone suggests a better alternative. Would it be better to buy…
Much appreciated for getting that shared post out of here.
I spotted these on a highly modified EK9 Civic at this morning’s Cars and Coffee. They look very similar to SSR EX-C fin wheels. I tried doing a Google search the results really didn’t show much about these wheels. Are these knockoffs or are these legit 80s Japanese aftermarket wheels?
Found outside the semi-local Pull-A-Part.
Does anyone else look through old brochures of their vehicle generation and see what neat options were available back then? I’m looking at ones for Miatas between ‘01 and ‘05, the NB2 generation. Here’re three I found interesting:
Spotted at the Columbia Car Meet X. You can spot the white Pantera in the background that later crashed into a guardrail leaving the meet. The Spider was given a 4-year restoration and only has 6032 miles. The Alpine has 6682 miles on it and it’s a US car as it has an imperial-unit speedometer.
I apologize for the bad sound capture. To quote the source where I got this video from, Panic Motorsports, “And this, kiddies, is why you don’t skimp on safety gear!”
Martini-themed Lancia Delta HF Integrale 8V track day build imported from Italy. Now doing autocrosses until the owner decides on whether or not he’s going to redo the cage to SCCA Club Racing regulations.
Alrightly, I have a friend who wants to run the Great Lakes Mistake Lemons rally this July. He’s looking for something odd, no rust, and preferably manual to buy for $2000 or less to enter the rally. Anyone in the Great Lakes region know of any Lancias, Peugeot 505s, or other automotive oddballs that could meet the…
Pop’s ‘01 Ranger XLT with Westin nerf bars and American Racing Torque Thrust wheels in 15x7 flavor.