January 5th, 2012 — Interior
A tiny NA6 dashboard restoration update. Very tiny. It’s mostly me playing with my toys.
I started restoring this dash last summer. It is now winter. That’s how motivated I was to keep going after I cracked the dash with my own repair process.
I revisit a gauge design from 2004 and Bucky gets a new set of gauges, just in time for Christmas!
In this post, I get to help out with a community race car build happening in Oregon. From the comfort of my own office!
This is a blog post I’ve been meaning to do for a long time. For years. Hell, since before I had a blog.
This one is about the first Momo wheel in my collection.
I ran across this old Mazda Lamps ad and was smitten. I believe I saw it in an old Life magazine. A very old Life magazine. I stared at it for a good half hour.
From there, my search was on.
Sharka has worn leather shift and brake boots since the early days. I bought his original leather goods from PBC (Performance Buyer’s Club) back in 2000. Those two little leather pieces have been in constant use ever since.
That’s a long time for a leather shift boot to last.
I’m finally done with the HVAC panel! WOO!
I wanted to share something that I’ve been working on for a while. And by a while I mean I have about 60 hours in this project so far. I think I have about another 10 before I have a final version.
This is my Retro HVAC Panel!
More vent ring styles! Art Deco and gloss black powdercoat.