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Mazda Protege Owners: Photo Gallery

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  • theparallaxtheparallax Posts: 361
    I have an account at Yahoo Photos, similar to Photopoint, so I'll try there...


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  • theparallaxtheparallax Posts: 361
    I have more pics at http://briefcase.yahoo.com/negatize if anyone wants to see more! Just click "My 1999 Mazda Protege LX" on the site.
  • digidavedigidave Posts: 43
    Hey folks, thanks for the kudos on the pic! Honestly, it's a "digidave" original, taken with a Kodak DC-120 digital camera at 1280 x 960, knocked down to 640 x 480 and compressed into jpg format using standard encoding. Of course, the right amount of bending down to get the proper reflection, and the use of the flash to fill in the dark side helped produce the desired effect.

    big_h: those corners are definitely appealing...got me thinking some more...

    vocus: ouch! Just looking at that picture hurts!

    ZoomooZ
  • I am new on this board, but seem to have a more modified Pro than most who have posted here yet, but I dont have pics yet, I will post them later this week. I am getting a custom wing, lowering springs hopefully this week. So far I have:
    Limo Tint
    16" custom alloys wheels
    Euro clear altezza tails
    JSpec Clear Corners
    Custom black mesh grille with no logo
    Aftermarket Fog lights
    Euro clear side markers
    Hyper Green Xenon headlights
    Hyper White corners
    Blue back up lights in altezzas
    Aftermarket pedals
    Decals

    I will hopefully post pics on here by the end of the week when I get my grille installed and maybe I will have my new wing and 2" drop.

    Adam
    99 LX
  • nikecarnikecar Posts: 460
    swinging on the Uncle Ben's side there abit with the Tezzas.. What wing you putting on?
  • groharlemgroharlem Posts: 59
    Hehe, its a 93 LX with a hefty modification list. All I need to do now, is lower it, and get some new struts, and it will look NICE!!!


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    Click on the pic to enter my website :) Like all you 3rd genners care :( hehe j/k :P

  • speedyptspeedypt Posts: 200
    Groharlem...

    Great '93 LX!!! I had two '92 LX's and loved them both, especially the 5-speed. The "ultrawhite" look is especially well done. Glad to have seen it here!

    Regards,

    Pete
  • groharlemgroharlem Posts: 59
    Thanks!! Always love to see first gen enthusiasts!!
  • newpro4menewpro4me Posts: 14
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    This is our 2000 Protege ES. Just over 36K miles on it. Has a few little rock chips on the front (lots of interstate driving), but still looks great. Haven't had any problems as of yet. We are currently looking into purchasing a 2001 ES.
  • protegextwoprotegextwo Posts: 1,265
    Very NICE, my friend! ;-)!!! The fogs and moonroof really dress up your PRO.

    -Larry
  • theparallaxtheparallax Posts: 361
    I really like those Mazda foglights! As must as I like the new 2001's front end, I will miss the classy 'smile' of the 99 and 00 model Protege's...
  • gitarzangitarzan Posts: 66
    Those are nice fogs. We don't really need them around here much, but I was thinking of aftermarkets, anyway.

    After seeing the factory lights, I could not imagine anything else coming close in looks.
  • maltbmaltb Posts: 3,572
    that most lights billed as "Fog Lights" are actually driving lights. White light does a poor job penetrating fog, but when you put an amber filter on it you get much better results. However, white light on a clear night sure helps for spotting pot holes and other hazards as well as being able to see farther around a corner.

    :)
  • nikecarnikecar Posts: 460
    probably because most folks wouldn't have a clue if you asked them to compare fog lights and driving lights..
  • chikoochikoo Posts: 3,008
    these lights are called "City Lights".... low in height so that no one is disturbed by the BIG lights when driving around town...and you still see the potholes :)
  • maltbmaltb Posts: 3,572
    It's not leagal to drive(in CA at least) with only your fog/driving/"city" lights on. After dark, you are required to use headlights, city or not.

    :)
  • vocusvocus Posts: 7,777
    I had fog lamps put into my 1999 DX when I had it, and I had them wired to they would work with the parking/maker lamps (whatever you wanna call them). I wish the ones that came standard with my 2001 ES worked with just the marker lights on, but they don't. Think I could have them re-wired to do so?
  • chikoochikoo Posts: 3,008
    city lights is a concept that is used in countries other than USA - Asian/european countries where the city/towns are small sized - NOT EXTRA LARGE like america :)
  • jstandeferjstandefer Posts: 805
    After two and a half years and 39,000 miles, I finally have pictures of my Pro! I will have to get better ones... these are not as vibrant as I want... I wonder if I can get a polarizing filter for a digital cam...

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    Here's an interior shot of my beloved Momo shift knob. It's black leather and chrome and makes shifting an absolute joy!


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    I think some nice Katzkin grey leather seats with black inserts would look nice along with black carpeting... hmmm... time to start Photoshop...

  • nikecarnikecar Posts: 460
    is it just me or can anyone not see the pics?
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