Supra Boat Parts



Introducing the Isaacs’ Garage

The rear end of the 68 is the only model year with the rounded tail, ’69 and later goes to the square ‘boat’ tail … and I’m not fond of that. Returning to GBXM is like driving a car into the garage for the first time—it just feels right. Barely over 100,000 miles, but we use it as it should be. When Rob and I had met, he bought a Toyota Supra V6 and then, when that proved to be a bit much on small Japanese roads, he purchased a ’94 MR2. During the course of our dating, we took... MR-2 Rob’s first vehicle in the garage is a 1993 Toyota MR2 Targa topped and turbocharged. It’s the smallest out of the 4 years of GT6. Triumph designed the GT6 to look like a little Jaguar E-Type—and it does. Gearbox Magazine was the first place to give my words a professional place to live , and Brian Driggs the first person to really believe in me as an automotive writer. These two-seaters all seem like part of the family, now, making the place I have with my husband feel like a home. While there, I fell in love with one peppy little British sports car: The Triumph GT6. And not just any GT6, the 1968 GT6 is the one for me for numerous reasons. Source: Gearbox Magazine

China Lies Again and the New Drone War

” China’s Defense Ministry explained that the Chinese Navy had taken an “unidentified object” (the UUV) out of the water “in order to prevent the device from causing harm to the safety of navigation and personnel of passing vessels. In a commentary written by James Kraska and Raul “Pete” Pedrozo, the authors hold the same argument that the UUV is a “vessel” that enjoys sovereign immune status, and as such the Chinese activity was a violation of international law. Jeff Davis, a Pentagon spokesman, described the UUV as a “sovereign immune vessel, clearly marked in English not to be removed from the water,” and said that it is US property and was lawfully conducting a military survey in the waters of the... (note: "Mark J. Valencia is an adjunct senior scholar at the National Institute for South China Sea Studies in Haikou, China)" On 20 December, 2016, the unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) that had been seized by the Chinese Navy was handed back to... The Chinese defense spokesman said that the UUV had been removed from the water to ensure the navigational safety of passing ships, but the US asserted that the UUV enjoyed sovereign immunity and that the Chinese action was in violation of... "The USNS Bowditch (T-AGS 62) and the UUV -- an unclassified "ocean glider" system used around the world to gather military oceanographic data such as salinity, water temperature, and sound speed - were conducting routine operations in accordance... Source: EagleSpeak