(Most of) The rest from Motorclassica.


So, what’s been going on? The short answer; a lot but not much. So I finally got to pick up my new car, did I mention I bought one? I think I might have, that means two things; one: the Bluebird can now be fully rebuilt to how I envisioned it but found hard to make happen due to practicality and daily duties and two: I have a new car to modify and attempt not to get defected. So after being told the car was ready to go, more or less drive away I had to wait a week and kept getting the answer of not today, not today, maybe tomorrow. That was until I had enough and got firm that I needed it yesterday and da-dah it’s home and I’ve already had it fitted with lowered springs (although they really aren’t low enough for my taste…  seriously, they’re not). In hindsight I should have looked into adjustable coil overs but took the easy option of King Spring Lows as they are the only lowered spring available for a CD5 Accord. Maybe if I hang onto it long enough I’ll line up some airbag suspension (when funds allow) but we’ll cross that when we get to it. The defect notice that my Bluebird received just HAD to expire a couple of days before DatSunday at Yarra Glen which I had planned to take it to. I had also planned to look into Volkswagen Day, also at Yarra Glen on the same day, albeit probably a good excuse not to go as that day got to 36’c. 

Anyway, on with Motorclassica. This will be my final MC post for at least a little while, I’m going to move on but will post up the few spotlight features I captured at the show over time, so for now enjoy…








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