The az3 saga
What a day!!
Task for today was my headlights on the AZ-3. LOL LOL LOL!!! now give me my Ford Capri anyday, so easy to take bumper n lights out! Well what a palarva it is to do on the mazda…urghhhhhh!!!
Bit of history about my az3..
YES..i was well n truly ripped off by this guy, I know i shouldnt of brought her but it was love at 1st sight (the seller werent bad either :P) Anyway, Im now on the long road of doing her up (parts are a bugger to find). So im sorry for all the questions I keep asking, but i really do and will appreciate all of your help. What makes it more diffucult for me is im not great with mechanics (although i have done the temp switch, changed the radiator, serviced, oil change). And before i resort to asking a question on here, i always check on google to try n find out myself..like the fixings...nightmare to find, so next step will be to send said fixings off so they can be matched.
Don't worry about the questions bud, that's one of the reasons this forum exists.
& all of us will agree with the love and first sight stance.
If you are changing headlights because they are milky as the AZ-3 were plastic try T-Cutting first
Ask away with the questions 99% get replied to :bigok:
Thanks for the tip marco, Ill give that a try tommoz as yes, they have gone milky.
I have recently had both front flexi brake pipes done and now the rear shocks and 2 new rear tyres. Next thing to get done off the list is..Cv Joint and Boot, respray bonnet, fit rear washer bottle and motor (if anyone has a spare please could you inbox me with a price, ty), Then Im going to reupholster all the interior myself! Gulp!
Then for peace of mind, I will be having the cam belt and water pump changed, might even find out about having the head polished n ported :D
Pics to follow….
I had a look at all the original service book etc from Japan tonight..turns out my car is a Eunos Presso…is this good?