April 15th, 2014 — Sharka pix
Sharka and I went on a little drive out of town to check out a lunar eclipse.
There’s a Sharka painting in my shop. Here’s the story.
Here’s a quick post showing the differences between the two NA Miata oil gauges. As you may know, the 89-94 cars got working oil gauges that actually report oil pressure. The 95-97s got dummy gauges that only show “some” pressure when the sensor reads anything above 7 psi. This is not new information, but I […]
Flyin’ Miata fans will recognize the name “Project 707.” It’s the car that Keith built for his buddy Eric with lots of Porsche inspired details. It’s a great project. I was a faithful reader when it was being built.
Like all good projects, it was never really finished.
February 8th, 2014 — Exterior
Sharka’s ass had a small imperfection. I swapped out a cracked rear skirt for a freshly painted new one. And I had a little help doing it…
January 7th, 2014 — Engine
A quick post about my new FM Tool Kit. Also, I took some robot pix. Gotta have robot pix.
A set of Transformers-themed gauges that I got to make for a customer. If you like bots, check this one out.
November 28th, 2013 — Sharka pix
A quick thanksgiving post. Photo taken on a closed course with a professional driver.
Thanks to a hub and Project-G, Bucky gets to partake of the steering wheel collection! An easy Daikei NB hub install that I somehow took 20 photos of is inside.
A while back, I simplified Sharka’s bodywork. No more side stripes, no more air splitter. It felt like the right thing to do in order to move forward. Taking a step back, you know? It’s sometimes good and helps bring a fresh perspective.
And now it’s time to go forward.