Try paintless dent removal? Even go to them with the door interior panel removed for best possible results? Would suggest leaving it to a pro....
Oh I usually would in a heartbeat......but buying a house is expensive :thumbup:Try paintless dent removal? Even go to them with the door interior panel removed for best possible results? Would suggest leaving it to a pro....
Ugly, but necessary! We love when we can just toss the bikes on and go.Lookin' good... Well, except the roof rack... lol
Not by choice! That part came with the house lol - I just built around it to matchAnd in case anyone thinks that pic of the work bench makes it look a little short, it's not the pic...
Sigh... If only that car didn't exaggerate my 6'1" build... lolDuring that time, I further cemented my desire to own the following car (not this color, and in a hard top, but close enough), as we had rented it for a few days while in the northern Bay area.
Sometimes that french canadian blood is quite helpful haha.Sigh... If only that car didn't exaggerate my 6'1" build... lol
I thought you had a hardtop lined up...
Anyway, welcome back!
Yeah, we're penny-pinching and putting a little away each year to hopefully get an ND RF some day. We were pleasantly surprised that BOTH our luggage fit in the trunk. Absolutely by sheer will mixed with some brute force and ignorance, but they fit! I can't believe I forgot to get a photo of it.We just had to sell my wife’s NB Miata. Absolutely lovely little car for tearing around country roads on a sunny day. I’m 6’3” and I just barely fit in it...but, you know what? I didn’t care. It was SO much fun to drive.
I hear the ND Miatas are as absolutely fantastic. As much or more fun than the first generation. They’re still of limited utility in daily use...even the RD “hard tops”...but again, who cares?
Impressive. You don’t usually get that kinda service out of modern batteries. :smile2:Oh and I forgot to mention that I had to replace my OEM battery on Sunday. 5 years, 8 months, 6 New England winters and 135,200 miles on a single battery. It actually had clear-ish sides and I could see that it literally had run below the "low" level of juice and that wasn't enough to turn over the car - otherwise it was still working.
No complaints about that Panasonic battery from the factory. Went with an Autocraft Platinum AGM replacement :thumbup: