MX5 SVT-Sport

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MX5 SVT-Sport

Post by boo boo @ Wed Dec 27, 2017 10:46 pm

So then with the demise of my Subaru Legacy Twinscroll I'm back in a MX5.

It was a case that every car I wanted to see sold the day before so when I saw this model up for sale I called the owner, drove 100 odd miles to him and put down a deposit.

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As you can see the rust has been dealt with.

The first thing I done was change the stereo and set the alignment for some decent settings.

Next is going to be tyres and suspension.
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Re: MX5 SVT-Sport

Post by Doctor Congo @ Wed Dec 27, 2017 10:59 pm

Looks nice! I had. Mk 1 eunos roadster and did a few bits to it. One of the most enjoyable cars I’ve ever owned.
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Re: MX5 SVT-Sport

Post by Freddie @ Wed Dec 27, 2017 11:36 pm

Still have my mark II. Excellent for cutting people up making progress in the urban conurbation.
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Re: MX5 SVT-Sport

Post by boo boo @ Wed Dec 27, 2017 11:40 pm

Freddie wrote:Still have my mark II. Excellent for cutting people up making progress in the urban conurbation.


I wholeheartedly agree
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