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 Post subject: Re: Mazda 1500/1800 picture thread
PostPosted: Tue Jan 18, 2011 9:33 pm 
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Wow!
This is my Luce!
Thank you for close up!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Mazda 1500/1800 picture thread
PostPosted: Tue Jan 18, 2011 10:33 pm 
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Now that's the shiznit right there =D> =D>

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Agree, the VW wheels seem to suit these really well.

104 did you change the brakes over to wide 5 VW items of some kind or have some adaptors machined up?


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 Post subject: Re: Mazda 1500/1800 picture thread
PostPosted: Wed Jan 19, 2011 10:59 pm 
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PSI:100 wrote:
Agree, the VW wheels seem to suit these really well.

104 did you change the brakes over to wide 5 VW items of some kind or have some adaptors machined up?


PSI:100 Thanks for comment.

Brakes are no change,original.
I have the adapter for pitch conversion.
Incidentally,wheel size is 15inch/5J/205pitch.

By the way,i'm not good at English.
Therefore please forgive me even if it's a strange sentences.

Cheers!!

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Your English is fine!

Your car is also fine, mighty fine!

Well done on doing something different for the wheels! I had black BRM's on my 1955 oval beetle a couple of years ago.....they suit the Luce very well, if I still had my set I'd be trying to make them fit one of my Mazda's too after seeing yours! :D


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Cool pig jimi !
I'm getting some whitewalls done on my wagon soon, will post some pics when it's finished.

That Jap sedan is freakin tidy 8)


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I love the lines of these cars and when they are slammed , looking real good 104 =D> =D>

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 10:24 pm 
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104 wrote:
PSI:100 wrote:
Agree, the VW wheels seem to suit these really well.

104 did you change the brakes over to wide 5 VW items of some kind or have some adaptors machined up?


PSI:100 Thanks for comment.

Brakes are no change,original.
I have the adapter for pitch conversion.
Incidentally,wheel size is 15inch/5J/205pitch.

By the way,i'm not good at English.
Therefore please forgive me even if it's a strange sentences.

Cheers!!


良いルーチェ104さん。俺は少し日本語がしゃべられるので、日本語が下手じゃなくても、翻訳の問題があれば、多分手伝える。

日本に、どこに住んでる?


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104, that's one of the best 1500 I've seen in a long time, a real credit to you.

How did you get it so low, air bags?

Please let us know.

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104, that's one of the best 1500 I've seen in a long time, a real credit to you.

How did you get it so low, air bags?

Please let us know.

Cheers


and post up some interior/engine bay pics too.....
looks awesome....

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 6:15 pm 
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104's makes me want one
I am still adamant that the Japanese modify cars the best
Nice subtle tasteful modifications besides those intensely styled vans and those ones starting with b with massive arches and oil coolers sitting on the front with braided lines running back to the engine bay


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104's makes me want one
I am still adamant that the Japanese modify cars the best
Nice subtle tasteful modifications besides those intensely styled vans and those ones starting with b with massive arches and oil coolers sitting on the front with braided lines running back to the engine bay


Well mine is for sale if u want one :D

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 Post subject: Re: Mazda 1500/1800 picture thread
PostPosted: Fri Mar 18, 2011 5:14 am 
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Thanks for comments.
I'm so happy.

74gt wrote:
104 wrote:
PSI:100 wrote:
Agree, the VW wheels seem to suit these really well.

104 did you change the brakes over to wide 5 VW items of some kind or have some adaptors machined up?


PSI:100 Thanks for comment.

Brakes are no change,original.
I have the adapter for pitch conversion.
Incidentally,wheel size is 15inch/5J/205pitch.

By the way,i'm not good at English.
Therefore please forgive me even if it's a strange sentences.

Cheers!!


良いルーチェ104さん。俺は少し日本語がしゃべられるので、日本語が下手じゃなくても、翻訳の問題があれば、多分手伝える。

日本に、どこに住んでる?


74gt : ありがとうございます。
英語が翻訳に頼ってのpostなので、申し訳ないです。
私は日本の東京の多摩地区という所に住んでます。
日本語がしゃべれるのすごいですね!!
74gtさんは日本に来た事があるのですか?

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 Post subject: Re: Mazda 1500/1800 picture thread
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104 wrote:
Wow!
This is my Luce!
Thank you for close up!!!

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Man! That is HOT!!


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