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JetmechF16

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Built a rolling work stand from my wood scrap pile, made dropping the IRS a breeze. Fully built rear end going back in.
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What's the story on those two red chairs in your garage?

Nice wooden work stand you built there.
 

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Thanks Bob. I helped a family friend clean out their apartment, the payment was to keep a lot of the furniture for resell. Sold everything but kept these two red leather recliners and mounted a TV on the wall in front of them.
What's the story on those two red chairs in your garage?

Nice wooden work stand you built there.
 

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Thanks Bob. I helped a family friend clean out their apartment, the payment was to keep a lot of the furniture for resell. Sold everything but kept these two red leather recliners and mounted a TV on the wall in front of them.
Now that's cool! May as well use them and use your garage as a man-cave when the mood fits.
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I put 400km on the Cobra recently and I love it. It just drives so great and its pretty comfy on the road.

There is one issue with the car that I did not like and it was the brakes. It seems like whoever serviced it last over greased the suspension parts and did a really bad job cleaning the parts. As such, I had to sand down the pads and really spend time to clean the rotors and calipers. The brakes are better now but I am thinking of just upgrading to Willwoods front and rear or StopTech trophy brakes because I kinda want to track this loool


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Your Mystichrome is looking really good! Wilwoods would look great/better AND stop better. Just my personal preference. An old friend of mine installed Wilwood brakes (complete kit) on his Sonic Blue Cobra and let's just say I was really envious.
 

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Your Mystichrome is looking really good! Wilwoods would look great/better AND stop better. Just my personal preference. An old friend of mine installed Wilwood brakes (complete kit) on his Sonic Blue Cobra and let's just say I was really envious.
Yeah. I just caved and ordered them. I am keeping the rest of it as-is though. I don't need another money pit lmfao
 

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I thought it was. Great color! When I bought my DSG '03 Cobra, Mineral Gray was what I really wanted but as you know, it was replaced with Dark Shadow Gray at mid-year. Mineral Gray can sometimes be confused with DSG, but the metallic in DSG is unmistakeable.
 

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