Stikkord: Mazda

1977 Mazda Cosmo 121, del II

1977 Mazda Cosmo 121 restureriungs prosjekt, del II. Del I ligger her: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BffIZ… Info fra den nye eieren 🙂 Bilen har fått ny «gammel» motor. Nye dører. Fjerna bulker. Sveise deler. Fått i dæm nye sveise emnan t d æ må sveis 😉 Han kjøpte inn en hel bil, slik at han skulle kunne gjøre ferdig prosjektet. Han har nå dobbelt opp av flere deler, slik at han kan selge noen deler! Ta kontakt om du trenger noen ting til ditt prosjekt! Hans facbook konto: https://www.facebook.com/Crushduck

1977 Mazda Cosmo 121 Resturant Project, Part II. Part I is located here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BffIZ… Info from the new owner 🙂 The car has gotten a new «old» engine. New doors. Remote bumps. Welding parts. Got a new weld in the case, you must weld 😉 He bought a whole car so he could finish the project. He now has double up of several parts, so he can sell some parts! Contact us if you need some things for your project! His facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Crushduck

Video del I, fra da vi reddet bilen ut fra sin Tornerose søvn i Trondheim….

Japanbil treff i Trondheim

Da var nok et Japanbil treff i Trondheim over. Jeg fikk dessverre ikke vært på 2015 treffet. Men håper denne tradisjonen får leve videre.

Selv værgudene holdt tilbake uværet! 🙂

Mange pene biler å beskue, men potensialet er vel MYE større. Håper folket er ennå flinkere med å stille opp til neste år 🙂

Petrolicious: 1971 Mazda RX-2 video

Rotary engines scream to the heavens in the best way possible. To hear a wonderful example of the Wankel’s battle cry, turn up your speakers and watch Petrolicious highlight an immaculately clean 1971 Mazda RX-2 in Australia.

Owner Jason Humble took three years to build his RX-2 from a bare shell, and he started competing with it in vintage racing in 2005. The little coupe’s class pits it on track against Mustangs and Camaros, but Humble claims that he’s regularly near the top of the pack thanks to the Mazda’s communicative chassis.

We don’t get to see the RX-2 mixing things up on track in the Petrolicious video, but Humble does treat us to a drive through the Australian countryside. He’s happy to let the coupe’s rotary rev, and the little engine is capable of making a wonderful noise. It’s great to see Petrolicious continue to give the spotlight to these sometimes overlooked classic Japanese sports cars.