Managed to get the brake pads on the Daihatsu changed on one side. Got side tracked by boring household stuff so will have to do the other side tomorrow.
But it’s snow problem for the Daihatsu! (Sorry)
Not much snow but check out the icicles!
I finally got the timing belt changed on the Daihatsu yesterday. Just went for a drive and enjoyed it today.
The Daihatsu was definitely due a change...
The only way to defeat a bad guy, is a good guy with a manual.
This bullshit again.
The seatbelt for the Daihatsu kept jamming to the point where it was sometimes impossible to use. So i fixed it with tinfoil.
Has anyone else watched The Cloverfield Paradox yet? I won’t spoil anything but man I found it disappointing. It was like a much less intriguing remake of Danny Boyle’s Sunshine, with tenuous links to Cloverfield. Shame...
After escaping his clutches, Case Keenum becomes a servicable starter AND Nick Foles wins superbowl MVP?!
For the last few months every time I go out to work on the car this little Robin appears and follows me around. ENHANCE.
A bit over a year ago Sven sent me this slow cooker as a moving in gift. So he’ll be directly respsonsible for the awesome beef brisket I’m about to eat. Baby potatoes, cauliflower, broccoli, carrots and yorkshire puddings are also on the go.
“Actually, throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been driving stability and being, like, really sporty,” the BMW continued. “Crooked Internet Nerds also played these cards very hard and, as everyone knows, went down in flames. I went from VERY successful businessman’s car, to Ultimate Driving Machine, to…
Neat, wonder if any survived.
It used to be worse... Ad taken from a 1981 issue of Motor magazine. Got it as a gift for Christmas because it has a review of the 1st gen Daihatsu Domino.
Onto day 2 bed-ridden. First time I’ve had it and it sucks. Think I’ll pay for the flu shot next year...
My Twingo has been corrupted by the lord of darkness.
No ground clearance, no cladding/ body protection. What make this any different to a 2 series active tourer thingy other than styling differences?
Its times like this that I miss my e36. Slidey antics were it’s whole reason for existing.
Put about 150 miles on the little Daihatsu now. It runs great, and drives great other than a vibration at speed. That’s likely down to the worn out CV joint that I’ll be replacing soon. Properly go kart like with the stiff suspension and only weighing 610kg.