Monthly Archives: July 2015

24OZ: Prepared bodyparts for alcohol dipping

I’ve been working for my job like crazy lately and now i have a lot of overtime. So i decided to take one day off and spend some long overdue time in the garage 🙂 I’ve saved some money lately … Continue reading

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ATENZA: Fortune Door handle surrounding installation

Today i installed these Mazda 6 / Atenza Door handle surroundings from Fortune / Genefield Japan. Before: After: I think they look good and the finish is really like the OEM Brushed-metal style pieces. but the fitment is not 100 … Continue reading

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ATENZA: Fortune Genefield Door handle surroundings

With the last big delivery from Japan i also got a little fancy thingy for my Mazda 6 / Atenza project. Nothing special but i ordered som Fortune / Genefield interieur door handle surroundings to cover those plastic pieces with … Continue reading

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FRIENDS: Heiko’s 1985 President Nissan Japan Last stock buy

Switzerlands biggest Datsun-geek Heiko (www.Datsun.ch) asked me a while ago if i could help him get hands on some rare Parts for his 1985 Nissan President HL250. A Car you not directly recon seeing often these days. However i contacted … Continue reading

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240Z: M.Speed water pump pulley, water pump and corner lights

Yeah i know, progress is really slow tue to the fact i’m leading a training for engineers since three weeks and that means im working all day long. however it’s done soon so i hope i find time to work … Continue reading

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EK9 & DC5: Shooting for Used4.net by perfection is in the detail

A while ago my friend Manuel from pefection is in the detail asked me and my  Honda-mate Hannes if we’d like to get shooted for an online magazine called used4.net. Of course we both agreed so we made this shooting … Continue reading

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