I'd think milage has a bit to do with it as well. The car had less than 65,000 miles on it when the wrecker towed it away.You sick fuck!
Dog years = human x 7
Cat years = human x 5
Car years = human x 3
So in effect I just went to my bunk over......
I had a similar thing a few years ago. We had a WRX wagon and some low lives broke into the house, took the keys and used the car in an unsuccessful robbery of a security van. Fuckwits couldn't work out how to remove the child seats from the back so cut the rear seatbelts and chucked the kids' seats, as well as kicking their frustration into the driver's side doors. Car was recovered and repaired as new but HWFT didn't want it around after that.I'd think milage has a bit to do with it as well. The car had less than 65,000 miles on it when the wrecker towed it away.
I wanted to fix it but my wife didn't want anything to do with it, and I didn't want to fight over a car.
My wife and I went a couple years ago and had a blast. I wanted to go this year ("new" Miata and all that) but we just can't justify spending the money going.Anyone else gonna be at miatas at the gap? Im driving from south florida, car is all taped up to keep the small-dog sized mosquitos off of my paint and i leave for my long ass drive in *watch* 5 hours. (still havent slept)
If even one or two FG people show up this weekend i'd love to get some sort of mini-meet going.
http://www.autoblog.com/2011/07/28/buy-a-turbo-for-your-miata-get-a-free-goat/Buy a turbo for your Miata, get a free... goat?!
Bill and Teri Cardell are the husband and wife team behind Flyin' Miata. That name should be instantly familiar to fans of the Mazda MX-5 Miata and Autoblog.com alike. Flyin' Miata is the go-to source for go-fast parts for the Miata community. Bill is also the driver for a Targa Newfoundland Miata that will be co-driven by our very own Zach Bowman. Before Cardell lines up to the Targa start line, however, he has a special offer he's extending to those looking for forced induction... and it involves goats.
For every order of the Flyin' Miata FMII turbo kit, Bill and Terri Cardell will buy a goat through Heifer International. What does that mean exactly? Heifer International provides animals, seeds and training to those living in particularly needy areas of the world. Rather than simply supplying them with food, Heifer provides them with the knowledge and tools to create their own food. The goats can provide milk, fertilizer and even more goats.
It's a rather unique promotion, but any Miata owner who takes them up on the deal should wind up with a faster car while someone in another part of the world will get some much-needed help. Click past the jump for the full press release and more details.
I still insist that Turn 7 is NOT a 4th gear turn!*Coming out of the Corkscrew at Laguna Seca
Removable. It's a modified autokonexion piece.How does the fastback attach at the rear? Is it intended as a permanent replacement or to be removable?
Looking great so far. Can't wait to see the finished product!