March 29th, 2010 — Interior, Parts Review
The winter weather has eaten into my car blogging. Not much desire to go out into a cold garage and twiddle with cold tools. BUT!!!! Spring has sprung. Time for a parts review. This time, it’s a set of Rev9’s 1002-style pedals.
December 7th, 2009 — Elise seats in a Miata
A final (maybe?) post about my Elise seats. By popular demand – tracings of my rear seat brackets! In PDF format! I’m pretty proud.
November 15th, 2009 — Interior, Parts Review
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.
October 26th, 2009 — DIY, Interior, Wheels
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.
October 22nd, 2009 — Interior, Wheels
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 10th, 2009 — Interior, Parts Review
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.
September 1st, 2009 — The Intarwebz, Sharka pix
Sharka has a ClubRoadster sticker. It required an entire blog post.
August 22nd, 2009 — Exterior, Interior, Parts Review, Toys
A pictorial review of the discontinued and uber-rare KG Works vintage Mazda logo gift set. I got all 6 pieces. My robot helpers took to the lightbox for some photos. If you’re into rare Miata parts, you’re gonna like this blog post.
August 8th, 2009 — Elise seats in a Miata
There were a few more photos to take of my spiffy new Elise seats. Me sitting in the seat, an Elise seat in an NB Miata (my wife’s car), and some seatbelt receiver detail shots. And here they all are! Enjoy.
August 7th, 2009 — Elise seats in a Miata
After months of sitting in my living room, my Lotus Elise seats have been relocated to their rightful place – mounted in Sharka! Check out the post for lots-o-pix of the seats and the seat brackets.