An afternoon worth of work got me some fresh vinyl on Bucky’s nose and no more factory Winged-M badge. But that leaves a whole front panel without a decoration. What to do…
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.
April 22nd, 2014 — Miata MX-5
I’m insane. Everyone knows this. I try to keep it together and most days I’m successful. But rattles bring out the red eyed beast. Dear God, rattles make me crazy. And Sharka has been slowly accumulating more and more rattles. I try my best to keep them at bay, but it’s not always enough.
I’d finally had enough.
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 […]
February 24th, 2014 — Toys
This one is a comic book review of the Transformers MTMTE ongoing series. I know, a comic review on a car blog. WTF am I thinking? Seriously, the book is that good.
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.