JNCs have some tough love when only half of a couple is enjoying it. Sometimes a relationship between two people feels like three if you include a JNC that smells of oil and gasoline. It can get harder to justify that 2-door sedan with bucket seats and no aircon when you want to get away for the weekend, too. In that case, an ultimatum is cast: me or the car. Tell us, what’s your argument for keeping your JNC when your significant other is not feelin’ the love?
What’s your argument for keeping a JNC in a relationship?
The most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What part on your JNC just refuses to stay fixed?”
Comments from last week’s QotW brought both joy and pain. Reading about those never-ending repairs made me feel like I was in a club and not the only one with water leaks like Keith Measures has with his Celica, or TommyGUN and similar posts dealing with phantom rattles and squeaks despite trying to improve upon vintage fitment standards. The pain is real for JNC ownership and we all must take the bad with the good.
J_tso is the winner this week with his short but sweet comment. The image above no doubt is a familiar sight and probably why most RX-7s at car shows are displayed this way, to share in the pain..
Omedetou! Your comment has earned you a set of decals from the JNC Shop.