Morning JNCers! In Tokyo, we are hitting single digits, in the US there are huge snow flurries and downright tough weather all around. In high school I used to scrape my windows each day before heading to school in my AE82 Corolla DX. That all changed when i learned to drape a towel over the windows and saved myself scrape time and increased visibility. We ask you all:
Tell us your tip for battling the winter weather with a JNC!
Your answer can be based on a new school or old school tip and hopefully helps everyone reading this to keep their JNCs on the road.
The most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s What JNC would best represent the New England Patriots?
Last week’s QotW my have rubbed salt in the wound depending on your American Football (gotta say it this way for our friends over the pond) team, but there is no denying a great player that continues to deliver. With that in mind, I think Fifty5engineering said it best.:
The Miata has been relevant since its 1989 introduction 25+ years ago. It’s still a winning racer/autocrosser, has maintained a cult following, and almost anyone can afford one. What a great car.
The Miatas have been a car that never got it’s due in the beginning as it was seen as a small whimpy convertible that could never hold up. As years past, people began to give them a shot at autocross and small grassroots events. Year after year, even the NAs reigned in on their nimble cornerings along side the newer generations until now; we have an era where all hail Miata, the little engine that could and one of the very few nameplates being built new today with enthusiasts at heart.
Omedetou, your comment has earned you a set of decals from the JNC Shop!