Well, we moved to a new home and, as a result of our extensive remodeling projects, the garage is still not empty enough to put the Bullitt in so it sits in the driveway.
It's a daily driver... again; even if it never leaves it's spot.
I’ve been off the board for a while and just now saw this thread.
I’m also a cancer survivor (although not severe or aggressive) so, from one to another, may the peace of Christ be with you always.
You will be in our prayers daily.
I had to go to the local Honda store today to pick up a part for our CR-V (yeah, I know, but it tows flat behind our motorhome...). Anyway, the sales guys were all over it. Since they were all in their 20's, I had to explain the car a little and one guy asked about the license plate.
Yes, that's the bottom of the plate frame. I've actually had TWO people in 26 months get the meaning of the 6 HUBCPS (I do realize the actual number of hubcaps varies from source to source).
Also, we are in a somewhat isolated part of Calif here on the central coast and not really near any...
I've had the resonator-delete and a Steeda H-pipe for about a year.
Ungodly loud on start-up in the garage (I back in) but gorgeous and yummy. I love the rumble in Sport+ on deceleration; sounds EXACTLY like McQueen pulling up to the hotel where one of his detectives has just been shot.
2 years now (Oct 2018) and I'm still in love and still getting longing looks from other folks who know or suspect what the car is.
I haven't had any actual problems with it (save the rear-view mirror which vibrates like the Magic-Fingers bed in a cheap motel). I DO have the 2k rattle and the...
So... I created a "build list" on the Steeda website for the Magneride-compatible lowering springs and wheel spacers.
In the mean time, I contacted the local shop that did my IRS and front K braces and my jacking rails for an estimate for the springs and spacers. They finally got back to me...