Previously I have done a write up on how to change the cabin filter in the Swift, so here I am again, changing it in the Honda Fit.
Tastes Like Petrol
So since Alton was sold a couple of weeks ago i’ve been on the lookout for something new and exciting to play with. Preferably something i haven’t had before.
Most modern cars have a cabin filter, and its a darn good idea to change it if it hasnt been done in a few years.
And im finally done! 45 cars, all completely catalogued, with details, stories, photos and random facts.
Stoked, its been a long trek getting it all down on “paper”.
Well with a heavy heart i have to report that Alton the Swift Sport has been sold and was collected by its new owners this evening. Its gone to a good home, and should bring them the same enjoyment i had.
Good bye friend. Now to sort your replacement.
Useless thought for the day. The VW Golf R32 MK5 with DSG is one of very few cars that properly “wowed” me that i havent purchased. The reason i havent purchased one? They’re holding their values too well, its hard to justify the extra 6-7 thousand over a GTI. The GTI was a great car, but the R32 is next level.
Backstory. So since i got my M3 its had this annoying noise at about 1800rpm when accelerating under load. It only happened when the oil temp was over 90c, and only when under load. It wasn’t vanos, because it persisted after i rebuilt that. The car also made a similar noise occasionally on cold start.
Racing, back when cars were real cars and drivers were real men. Love this stuff, I was totally born 10 years too late.
The cars. The music. The hairstyles. Fantastic. Spot the car trying to be a Unicorn.