What Did You Do This Weekend?

Don’t cha just love it when you manage to get some free time over the weekend to spend with your car? While the JNC workhorse wagon is not exactly slammed like a mamma jamma, it is somewhat lower thanks to RS-R springs. It also now sits on a random set of old school wire-spoke wheels minus the baskets. What did you do this weekend?

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21 Responses to What Did You Do This Weekend?

  1. Jesse says:

    I finished gutting my Datsun 240z and began prepping the new engine for installation.

  2. rich says:

    went to the monthly 510 club of bc meeting, and looked at my pile-‘o-parts of a project 510 wagon.

  3. SrfairladyZ says:

    On Saturday my wife and I Celebrated our 2yr wedding anniversary. Had a great shin dig with lots of food and friends. The weather was awesome up here in NYC.

  4. Ben says:

    Congrats on the anniversary!

  5. Bob says:

    HOT! I love it.

    This weekend I swapped the discs on one side of my ’78 Impala, got smacked in the face with a tie-rod end, rode in a just-finished 7MGTE powered ’77 Celica liftback that couldn’t get traction to save it’s life, and got enough monies to make it to LA and buy a car and get home. šŸ™‚

  6. Nick says:

    Drove around in the hot Fl heat in my MR2 in an attempt to get the A/C fixed only to have the guy tell me that my car was too low for him to jack up to check the lines. Now I get to repeat that again during the week when his lift clears up. šŸ™‚ With everything I’ve gone through with this little two, all I have to say is….God I love this car haha.

  7. Rolando El Kimico says:

    This weekend I did a lot of work on my Mazda R100 also I helped a friend install a front end on his RX4. I also took a ride to the beach Sunday with my daughter to Miami Beach in my mint 1974 Toyota Corolla.

  8. Ben says:

    Jesse, Rich – sounds like time well spent to me.

    Bob – don’t keep us in suspense, what kind of car did you buy?

    Nick – I hear ya. Car love knows no bounds.

    Rolando – noice, I bet it got more looks than the random assortment of Bentleys that normally pose around Miami!

  9. Rob says:

    Finally got my 87 MR2 up and running. I know why Nick loves his car so much haha.

  10. GEN2TWINCAM says:

    Continued the restoration of 1982 Civic. It’s finally off the road after 25 years of being my daily driver. It will be back – better than ever.

    Neil, Colorado

  11. Toyotageek says:

    Ben, ask me next week! šŸ˜‰

  12. Hello buddies, the last weekend I finished the assamble the engine of my BRE and now is ready for the endurace and speed race “La Carrera Panamericana”

  13. REDTWO says:

    Drove down to Bellingham to get new Yoko S-Drives 215-40-17 on the front of my MR2. Had a local back up into the front of my car – nice stripes on the nose now. Nice tires those S-Drives – match my 235-40-17 on the back…

  14. Ben says:

    Rob – So now the MR2 lurkers are coming out of the woodwork ;). I didn’t know we had a contingent of them.

    GEN2TWINCAM – Looking forward to seeing the finished product

    Francisco – Can’t wait to see it in action!

    REDTWO – Sorry to hear about the bump šŸ™

  15. Ryan says:

    On Sunday me and the wife went to the Blue Lake all Datsun and Nissan meet here in Portland. Around a hundred cars showed up ranging from old to new.

  16. Edz280zx says:

    I swapped out the motor in my 280 to one that isn’t a magic cloud machine..lol. Amazing how much better a 90,000 mile engine runs than a 250,000 one does!

  17. Ben says:

    Ryan – please post photos of that event if you have any.

    Edz280zx – magic cloud, šŸ˜†

  18. Ryan says:

    My photo hosting sucks so I’ll give you a link to another guys site.
    Mine is the primer B210 pic 85 I think.


  19. Ben says:

    Awesome. Thanks for the link, Ryan

  20. Macka says:

    helped a mate size up a stock 13B (soon to be monster port) to drop into his 1970’s KE20

  21. ari says:

    still daydreamin’ to own an old car, huhuhuhu…

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