Updates. I got ’em.
This post is a collection of updates to past posts that I’ve been meaning to do for months now. There are so many that I thought I’d make a post about it. I’m actually rather embarrassed about how many updates there are and how far back they go… the first was an update I meant to post in April.
Do you see that tire? The letters are really that yellow. The bottle is white. The letters are not. Something had to be done.
I’ve not done an install and parts review for a while. I figured it was about time. And I’ve got a good one. The brand new Track Dog Racing Radical air splitter for NA Miatas with the factory airdam.
New vintage rocker stripes for Sharka and a whole vinyl install how-to.
Anyone who’s ever owned a car without a metal roof has thought about this topic. What do you do when the old soft top is done and in need of swapping out? Go to full time hardtop or buy a new piece of material to keep the rain off your head? Since I already have one hardtop Roadster, I decided to invest in some new cloth for my 2001 Miata and tackle one of the few maintenance tasks left that I’ve never done.
I love my hardtop. I mean seriously. It’s my hardtop. I don’t call it “Sharka’s hardtop” but rather “mine”. It transforms the Miata from a floppy noodle into a real car. It offers a barrier against skin cancer and the weather. It looks gorgeous.
And then I got the bikini top.
My combination install / review of the Project-G G-String bikini top for NA and NB Mazda Miatas. Spoiler alert: You want this top.
December 26th, 2010 — Exterior
Friend and fellow CR.net moderator, Mr. Woolery, came up with the idea to do some trim rings for the Garage Vary tail lights on his car. And then he followed that one up with the idea to make a limited run of these rings and sell them to a few lucky folks on ClubRoadster. And here is my set!
It hasn’t quite been two months since painting (I was supposed to wait at least that long before applying vinyl), but I could not wait to install these tail lights any longer. Plus, the nice weather is due to go away soon in favor of winter. So. Without further delay, I present Sharka’s New Ass!
A short parts review for a rather rare tow hook from RS Factory Stage. There’s not much to be said about a small piece of machined aluminum, but I’ll do my best…