So today was Saturday, so I rolled the Mazda in to work. She got a new set of CV axles, which thank goodness took care of the driveline lash, which you really felt whilst coasting or shifting... BIG improvement! Now its a joy to drive!! Also painted the wheels black for that 'tuner look' - Now she's ready for her appearance in either the New move: 6 Fast 11 Furious.
1985 Mazda GLC 3-door hatchback
So here she is,
"She had me at hello" - a little curbside love! anyway....
So its a 1985 mazda GLC 3-door hatch.
4spd manual, manual windows, radio delete option, no tilt steering, no power steering, no a/c, it does however have working windshield wipers and rear defrost... haha
Car still has original spare, INCREDIBLY little rust... yeah, the bumpers are bent, but no big deal...
It runs and drives incredibly well, not to mention BETTER than it should considering its a 25 year old car.
This Old Car: Mazda GLC Checkup
Popped in to visit Drew. He's the proud owner of the GLC. And he's been taking really good care of it... the chrome is now spotless.. and the brakes have been given attention. Seems to be enjoying it.
We just took care of a little oil leak up-top.
what a Good Little Car!
Mazda 626 Knocking Noise?
Thought it was CV axle,replaced that with a new one and this noise is still there?Possible gears in transmission grinding???
The Mazda GLC
an action packed adventure aroound Peterborough in my 1984 Mazda GLC
Mazda GLC..now in RACE flavor.
Out on the town immediately after an engine replacement. It was supposedly built in the 80's by a Mazda sponsored race team. "Blueprinted, custom cam, race header, Weber carb". 1.5 liters of fury. Open header.
It was slow. It was loud. It was very entertaining until it blew up.