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AnsweredHot!Lumix's 1997 MR2 Bathurst (New pics)

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Re: Lumix's 1997 MR2 Bathurst (New pics) 2019/03/27 03:13:12 (permalink)
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My first G-Limited MR2 bought in Hamamatsu in 1999.
Owned it for 8 years,what a great car.
The Toyota Live Sound was killer and I never had to replace anything other than tyres and a set of brake pads.
Passed 3 Shaken inspections without a fault :)
Upgraded to my Current '94 Rev 3 Turbo in 2008.
Here it is in my carport with my bike.

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Re: Lumix's 1997 MR2 Bathurst (New pics) 2019/03/31 19:35:54 (permalink)
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Nice pair! Haha
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Re: Lumix's 1997 MR2 Bathurst (New pics) 2019/03/31 19:38:40 (permalink)
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Aim for 20 years?

 
Feels like an age away but the first 10 years went quick.
 
mistar2
Have had mine for "gulp" 25 years...


Congrats! That's a major milestone.


 


What is the other option. Nothing quite like a two

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Re: Lumix's 1997 MR2 Bathurst (New pics) 2019/06/06 17:01:56 (permalink)
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Blade
What is the other option. Nothing quite like a two



2019 Suzuki Jimny would pair nicely with a SW20. Pity about the wait times and inflated prices due to demand.
 
Spent the weekend doing a tidy up - went over it with the polisher and put on two coats of wax. Decided to use the air compressor to blow out the polishing pads instead of washing and replacing them constantly. Worked a treat. AC fan was also starting to make a slight noise. Pulled it out, it looked as I expected after 2 decades... filthy. Removed the fan, cleaned it up and lubricated the bearing.
 

 

 

 

 
 
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