Even more, last two to illustrate the effectiveness of the KW HLS lift system:
Thanks for the kind comments. Glad you enjoy them, I do too tbh It looks fantastic in these photos, but I feel they reflect and capture what I see with my own eyesJust... Wow!
LoL I'll take that as a complimentAnd you think that will stop being insanely jealous, do you? Ha!
Agreed, and it'll please you to know that just last sunday I went driving across a couple of mountains, me having fun in all the twisties dodging sheep and squashing bugs.Ah, yes, GPS - Garage Princess Syndrome. The good news, wreckless, is that there’s a cure. Haul the beast out of the garage, ignoring the wailing and gnashing of teeth (that’s YOUR wailing and gnashing, by the way), find some open roads (NOT hard to do in Norway!), and hit the throttle. Hard!
We take endless pride in the efforts we take to improve and personalise our cars. We tweak, modify, buff and polish endlessly to make them prettier, to make the driving experience better, to push their performance envelope. But, for all the care, attention, and money we lavish on our cars, they’ve been designed for one thing - driving. To do any less makes the whole exercise... pointless.
Thanks for the kind words :smile2: , though the pictures might have played a trick on you though... The mirror covers and lower bumper lip are just painted to match, there is no brush effect. I agree it would make it look even more special, but I decided on this matte grey paint to break up the colours a bit and to have a little play with a paint scheme for the car. I think it works very well as it is reasonably subtle but as I said breaks up the deep sea blue.I dig the brushed chrome color of the mirrors and the bottom of the fender. Beautiful touch.
Mine's the same metallic blue color, but no s-line. =(
Thanks I just googled and indeed the pollen filter sits up in the passenger footwell. I could see the blower fan from the engine bay side but I guess then the filter sits on the other side of the blower.Nope, don’t think it is. From memory, the cabin filter sits up under the dash in some ridiculously hard-to-get-to spot. The thing you’re talking about is the cabin air intake(... I think). It’s baffled and, in colder climes, comes with a snow guard thingy that sits under the grille.
Thanks for browsing and commenting on my buildGet those windows tinted!