It’s calendar time again! The 2015 revlimiter.net Calendar is out. Walt and Jesse demanded to help me tease it for ya. This year there were 64 entries to the calendar contest. That blew me away. I solicited four of the major boards for photos, but didn’t expect the deluge at the end. I went from […]
I’m very proud to present my latest interior accessory: the Retro HVAC Plate. This is one I’ve been asked to do many times. Also, the trim ring is my very first machined part. I’m pretty excited. These parts are, obviously, inspired directly by the AWD HVAC panel. It’s a piece I’ve had in my collection […]
There are tiny differences between Japanese Industrial Standard drivers and Phillips drivers. A must-read for fellow fastener geeks.
One of Sharka’s 4-wheeled buddies gets a pair of custom vintage Honda badges.
Return of the MLP gauges. Rarity Strikes Back? The Wrath of Rarity? I have a second set of MLP-style gauges to share, and it’s fabulous.
How could I not make oil caps to match the badges? Sharka demanded it.
Doge gauges. Many colors. Such shibe. So custom. Wow.
Within this post, there be pony. My Little Pony, in fact. Those not man enough to enjoy some pastel gauges should spend their mouse clicks elsewhere.
I’m very proud to introduce my first EXTERIOR Miata product – revlimiter Badges.
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.