Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by xcel, Feb 20, 2013.
Wayne Gerdes in Hemet, California.
March 30 at 11:27 AM ·
Old Miata's never die... They simply evolve. Not in a good way in this case.
Initial impression was old Porsche rally racer.
My first impression...….. Is this litesong's new ride ?
Ahh, such nostalgia I'll have, in another 15 years of driving it! I can improve it, with strategic rips in the convertible-top. Only way to get fresh air inside since the top & the windows won't come down & the fans don't run. Stopped doing all that last week. Got to get bigger & used tires on it. Ain't them wheels just DEE-LIGHT-FULL!! Yeah, just needs bigger tires. Hey, I think I have bigger tires that wouldn't fit my old Elantra. Now, I remember why I bought it. That & the fit & finish! Also, the purple paint job just glows.
I'll get my mechanic to pound the dents out. He doesn't do body work, but I saw some of his rubber mallets in the back of his shop. Just have to convince him to expand his horizons & pound away.
One rule tho: Got to keep it away from a carwash or an aggressive wash. The dirt is what is holding the VEE-hik-le together. Good old Washington state dirt. If Washington state dirt wasn't so tough, it would have all washed into the Puget Sound, Straits of Juan de Fuca, & the Pacific Ocean, millenia ago.
A detailer should be able to make this right... Said no one ever.
OMG!!! nice editing
Ugh! A few months ago I bought more kitty litter and the full bucket fell over in the trunk area on the way home. The top popped off it, naturally.
That one took a long time to clean up; I was very thankful to have an extension cord that was long enough for me to get my vacuum cleaner to the back of the car.
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