Dropped off by a friend this past weekend...
Whether or not I end up going to the office with this on... we will see...I think wearing masks will remain popular for awhile...
So even though I am thrilled at the work that Nismo Omori Factory and Robson did to modernize my interior, there was one final thing that I had left undone.
|The double yellow things are the COB LEDs.|
|Note also the purple clip - the R33 OEM unit has a very tangible and mechanical switch. The S15 one is "built in"|
|Note the 3M sound and heat deadening installed when Nismo Omori installed the Alcantara roof liner!|
So what do you think? Slowly but surely, fixing the small details is really adding to the overall impression and quality of my "modernized" R33 GT-R!
But the Nismo floor mats that I wrote about in my previous post, weren't the only goodies included in the care package I got from "Mr. E"!
Digging further the box revealed this - yes another bit of Nismo bling I hadn't bothered to purchase for myself yet:
Note there are also these 2 black metal clips (circled in red above) which hold the plate in place. So affixing any kind of cover is tough if you try to do after the car has been registered. So what to do (legally)?A quick search on Amazon and...
|For those who read Japanese, the packaging says "front" but the frame itself is for the rear|
So what do people think? Yay or nay? Obviously I am totally thankful for the kind gesture by "Mr. E" and so want to make this work. I think maybe if I can figure out a way to get the back to match the front...
Another day, and another large box from Hannah-chan at Trust Kikaku! (This one, from a certain "Mr. E" who lives in the UK. Thank you, very much appreciated!)
|I was excited! Finally some food from Trust Kikaku, in the form of 6 cups of Asari clam miso soup! Alas, it was only an empty spacer box...|
|A waterproofing spray I picked up at the local DIY store -smells just like ScotchGuard|
|Except yes, I refuse to remove the blue-tinged clear protection film on the logo...not yet anyway...|