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Congrats on the new baby, brothervoodoo. Love the shots, especially the ones at the Palace of Fine Arts. That's a favorite place of ours as we got married there. The Golden Gate Bridge shots are nice enough for a magazine ad!
Hope to see you at our next meeting. Please suggest at venue in the RX-8 Club thread.
RX-8 6MT Touring Winning Blue, Ordered 2/03, Received 7/17/03
1971 RX-2, 1973 RX-3, 1974 RX-3, 2 1976 RX-3s, 1976 Cosmo, No RX-7, too tall to fit
Also Wankel OS model airplane engine
Originally posted by ****** Congrats, brothervoodoo. That Ti Grey sure is a nice colour isn't it? :D Care to share first impressions?
Thanks. Well I don't think I can add to what has already been said. I am very pleased with the ride and the car performs well at high revs, you zip along to 100 before you realize. The car still gets a fair amount of attention in the city, it is has been evident when I was sorting out my financing or getting a coffee. When the car is standing still people really focus on it and make a lot of positive comments. The one I've heard a few times "oh, that's that James Bond car!" Ha!.. they think it's a Vanquish... LOL! Some are shocked it's a Mazda, I think many assume it's an 80-100K car when they see it. I think the appearance package without a spoiler throws people off, they don't think it's a japanese car...