Keeping in the loop

Rear guards cut

So this is the first post on here for the year, cool! It’s certainly been a while. A lot of things have happened and new with my current work situation I don’t have much time to post cool things about my car as often as I’d like.

I can happily say the car roulette game has stopped, I’ve stuck with the R33 still and have spent quite a bit of time and money on it since ownership. The most drastic changes would have to be to the exterior. The R33 has under-gone a complete make over!
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Skylines Australia – NSW June Monthly Meet

Rest stop

So on Sunday, the 28th of June, Skylines Australia, NSW division held a charity cruise to Macquarie Pass heading to Robertson Pie Shop. There was a staggering attendance from all model Skylines, plus a few surprises along the way. Julie was the camera girl for this event while I was driving the R33, along with Benny in his newly aquired R32.

It was a great day out, and was awesome to drive with a pack of Skylines through the twisties.

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Car roulette

Stag with Work LS406 19 inch wheels 2
Well this has become a common trend with me, within the past year I have gone through quite a few cars. Three R33 skylines, a S13, a NA MX5 and even my Stagea (along with some shitbox daily drives). I dare say that my car whoring has come to an end for a while. Now you might be wondering how I ended up with yet another R33, and more importantly how long until this car is gone for something else?

 

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All hail the queen – Julie’s S14 reborn

IMG_7815 - water

It has been a long time coming, ever since Julie bought her S14 Silvia 7 years ago, she wanted to change the look of it. But as we all know, plans continuously change and life gets in the way of doing all the things we desire.

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Back in town

shitty side skyline
Hey, so it’s been a while huh? I’ve been a ghost for quite some time, on here and various forums. I lost my interest in cars for a while and funnily enough I started playing car roulette again.

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how to: remove indicator dome in lights

light difference

Sometimes the smallest changes can make the biggest differences on a car. This is actually a trick Julie showed me back when she had her CRX and I had my MX5. With those two cars you can do it the easy way, which is knock out the plastic dome using a flat head screw driver, then cutting it out with a pair of tin snips or other sharp objects. You could do it this way on those cars as there is a large sized opening for the indicator housing.

Unfortunately with Skyline sedan indicators you need to do it the hard way.

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