September 9th, 2013 — Parts Review
Time for another revlimiter.net product review. This one is a bit unique. It’s not some rare Japanese car part that I acquired after months of searching or a part in my store that I’ve spent months or years developing. This time, I’m reviewing some cleaning products that a company sent to me by International Aero for the purpose of reviewing.
My old quilted vinyl door panels were starting to look rather cheap to me. Meanwhile, I had about 1/3 of a hide of leather sitting in my parts shed. A plan formed…
August 11th, 2013 — Sharka pix
What if Walter White had a blue and white turbo Roadster?
I’ve backspaced over the first sentence a dozen times. I’ve got no idea what to say that won’t sound like an insane person gushing over his car and daughter. I’m just ever so proud, you guys. EVER. SO. PROUD!
My little girl got to ride in Sharka for the first time. And SHE LOVED IT!!!
July 15th, 2013 — Gauges
6 months have passed. Must be time for Sharka to wear another set of gauges!
It’s nice when you’re able to press your horn button and have noise come out. My Momo Master recently stopped doing that. I resorted to some exploratory surgery to make things work again.
Sharka gets a new part, my store gets a new product, and I get an incredible sense of satisfaction. Retro Hazard Switches! They’re the new thing. Come check out the pix. You might gloss over the bad writing.
tr.v. simÂ·pliÂ·fied, simÂ·pliÂ·fyÂ·ing, simÂ·pliÂ·fies
To make simple or simpler, as:
a. To reduce in complexity or extent.
b. To reduce to fundamental parts.
c. To make easier to understand.
This blog post has been 6 months in the making. That’s how long I’ve been working on removing OEM parts from my Retro window switches. And finally, I’m there!
By OEM parts, I mean the stock window switch. I used to hack them up and add the metal plate and industrial switches. It was a fine thing to do, but I was slowed by not being Mazda. I didn’t have an unlimited supply of switches to hack apart. I had to wait for folks to mail me back their cores so I could make more switches. Sometimes it was a long wait.
Custom color Warbird gauges. Years ago, I would have said this wasn’t possible. Now? No harder than any other gauge order.