Named after a security guard in a post-apocalyptic crossover, my little Miata has earned her cutie mark. Every part of the brake system has been replaced except for the pedal and lines, she's gotten a new top, has been rear ended (hence the colorful panels at the back), and isn't entirely straight, all just like her fictional counterpart. Also, popup headlights for the win.
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Up for your consideration is my 1979 Mazda RX-7. This car was a Pennsylvania native until about 12 years ago, when the original owner moved to North Carolina and promptly parked the car in a field, where it sat having its soul sucked out for the duration. I purchased the car from said field, got it running, and took it on the 2020 Retreat From Moscow Lemons Rally. Mechanically, the car is working perfectly, and is bone stock, with the original unmolested 12a rotary engine never having been out of the car. The body and interior are as they were when I removed it from the field, that is to say, rusty and sun bleached. But hey, she still braps for days, and doesn't overheat (much), so what more could you ask for? Thank you Pop-up headlights FTW! Interior is very sun damaged, the original color for the lower dash and center console was red (not grey) From this picture, you almost cant see how terribly rusty it is. This is probably the worst view of the car Original "Waffle" Wheels
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