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Post by mickeyduck »

Want to show off your MR2? Does it sing with bling or howl with horsepower...?

Start a thread - post it here. 8)

This section is for MR2 owners to start a thread all about their car.

If it's a restoration project, a mod-rod, a bling-mobile or a dedicated race car, being built or on the go - post a thread and tell us all about it!

One thing - please keep replies to threads here on topic, and respect each other's threads. We want to make this a way cool brag book of our MR2s - so let's keep it sweet.
Threads here are not to digress into general technical discussions please - keep that in the Technical section of the forum.

Any questions, PM me. Cheers. :D
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