Since getting the Mark II mopped up and coated, there hasn’t really been much else going on with regards to this vehicle save for the occasional drives I take it on. But I’m sure that now you know I’ve written this post, something must have been fiddled with (or had gone wrong), and you are […]Read more "Project Mark II: Workin’ it"
With my Mark II’s paint finishing full of hairlines scratches (some rather severe) and holograms due to a rather poor finishing job after its respray, there was really only one place to go to get the car’s paint fixed up once and for all, Revol. A shop I’ve never been disappointed with on all my […]Read more "Project Mark II: Revol’d on up"
So with the car out for a good short while, everything has been going pretty well with nothing untoward to report (fingers crossed) since my last post on project slow rider. Though the numerous holograms and hairline scratches on the paint are starting to show just how bad a job the Bodyshop did on finishing […]Read more "Project Mark II: Purple Reign"
It’s been a couple of months since Project Mark II began and with the car fresh out of the body shop I’m happy to report we’re almost there with just a few more tweaks here and there to finish her up. The colour is a Nissan shade, LP2 to be exact. For the anoraks, they’d […]Read more "Project Mark II: Almost there"
After a month in the workshop, Project Mark II is finally out and running that much better with fresh engine and gearbox oil, brand new front control arms, steering tie rods, rear toe arms and some brand new Teins. While I do wish the ride height could have gone even lower, I reckon it’s not […]Read more "Project Mark II: Spaced out"
I think I’ve got it! No, not a brand spanking newly rebuilt 2JZ-GTE. No. not a brand spanking newly rebuilt 1JZ-GTE either. No no, what I think I’ve finally figured out is, the name for Project Mark II! If you’re of the observant sort, you’d probably already have spotted it in the main title. Yup, […]Read more "Project Mark II: “Slow Rider”"
Yes ladies and gents, my (really dirty) Toyota GX110 Mark II is somewhat going to be a project car. I say somewhat because this “build” other than the usual wear and tear maintenance bits is going to be heavily restricted by an ideally “modest” budget. Don’t expect it to be anywhere near what the BMW […]Read more "Project Mark II: Let’s go!"