Her a newborn convertible fan and also a newborn MRA user..
We own a '85 Mercedes 280SL (type R107). The MRA website inspires me to plan trips and I use it to make some little adjustments. After that I use the Navigation app to guide me on the road.
Our Benz has a smartphone-mount (landscape) that fits neat and tight.
Now I'm looking for a classic looking car radio with a Bluetooth connection, so the voice of the MRA Navigation guidance goes via the car stereo. (also nice for streaming Spotify)
@Steven-8 I doubt that you would like to do the shortestn usually most boring, route.
I would enter my start and endpoint (london and nordkapp) and let MRA calculate the shortest route.
Then put a waypoint visually in the middle of that route, then another on the lower half of the route, and one on the upper half. That should give you stretches of around 1000 km. Cut that in 3 visually and you have parts of 300km on the highway.
That is 5 minutes work with a bit of experience and a good start. Combine two stretches and you have a 600km highway day,
Move over Jeremy Clarkson, @Timo-Martosatiman-MRA has arrived #TopGear
You are right, you could bbq a whole cow on that grill and I’m not sure if I like it or not. And those wheels! are they strong enough? We have some potholes here that would eat them.
Very nice! Happy to see that you made a thread detailing the Honda and the Jag. With this weather I hope you're able to take the Jag out for a ride again soon!
Consider also dropping some images of those beautiful MRA-styled bikes you used to have in here for everyone to admire