A parts review post. This time, I’ve got the AWD A/C cluster controls. And I’ve got two Decepticon helpers to keep me on track for installing the parts correctly.
This blog post has been a long time coming. A long time. As long as I’ve been rebuilding my car since The Bonk. See, after I decided to rebuild Sharka, I started looking around for a new set of wheels. That was last November. I found these unique RP-F1s in June. I paid for them around the beginning of July. And now they are MINE.
Updating my Plastic 52 backlog. I’ve been posting them to flickr, I’ve just not managed to post them here to the blog.
A couple weekends in the garage, some bondo, and some scooter turn signals? What could I possibly do with these ingredients? Turn signal intakes!
What better way of spending a Friday night than polishing the spokes on a brand new steering wheel? My Prototipo is now very shiny. No in-progress pix, just finished, polished hotness.
The revlimiter.net steering wheel collection as of 2009. I got a new wheel for my birthday, so I took the opportunity to pop them all in the lightbox for some detail shots. The Decepticon Mighty Muggs helped out.
October 19th, 2009 — Racing
Just a little excited F1 fan gushing after the 2009 Brazilian Grand Prix. As both a Webber and JB fan, it was a big race.
I present another full review of rare JDM goodies. This time, I’ve got a short Joyfast shift knob. And more toy pix, of course.
October 5th, 2009 — Sharka pix
A real, live girl posing with a Miata? No way.
Buyer beware: There’s several models of the 3000 lb aluminum racing jack at Harbor Freight. Make sure you know what you’re buying. This blog post might help you out.