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Scooty's green one from Germany

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by scooty, May 27, 2010.

  1. scooty

    scooty Copenworld Regular

    Sep 25, 2009
    Cologne, Germany
    2 x Daihatsu Copen, RHD
    1 x Daihatsu Trevis
    Hi ya,

    member since quite some time, but never got around to introduce my Copen properly, so here we go.
    Of course open to any suggestions/remarks/comments :)


    Colour: Dark Green Mica
    RHD, 660cc Turbo
    Built date: 08.07.2004
    First time on the road: 25.11.2005

    Daihatsu-Parts Inside:
    Leather seats brown including seat-heating
    Chrome door sill plate with Copen logo
    Mats with Copen logo
    Momo steering wheel with wood
    Wooden ring for vent outlet
    Wooden handbrake handle
    Wooden center console
    Wooden gear-stick knob
    Pedal cover in alu
    Footrest cover in alu
    Luggage net
    Green leg-room light
    Speaker 140W

    Daihatsu-Parts outside:
    Antenna 174mm
    Carbon cover for fuel inlet door
    Alu protector shield around the exhaust (painted in car colour)

    Summer Tyres/Rims:
    Felge AEZ Xylo 6.5J x 15 ET 38
    Nangkang NS-2 185/45 R15 75V

    Winter Tyres/Rims:
    Hankook Icebear W300 175/50 R15 75H on stock rims

    Sakura-Car (Japan based exporter for Copen parts):
    White cover for inside light
    Chrom inside door handles
    Wooden cover inside door handles
    Chrom outside door handles

    D-Sport strut-bar carbon
    D-Sport underbrace rear
    D-Sport leather gear-stick bag
    D-Sport radiator cap
    D-Sport wipers (for winter)

    Tanabe Racing Development (Japan)(USA):
    Tanabe Sustec UBD5 underbrace front
    Tanabe Sustec NSD13 boot strut bar

    NRF (Japan):
    Chrome windscreen wipers (for summer)
    Chrome windscreen wiperarms
    Chrome air vents
    Chrome borders for side indicators

    Take-Off (Japan):
    Super Genki Kun performance induction kit

    Kumoi Motors (Japan):
    Head cowl cover dark green mica
    Chrome seatbelt guides

    Moderno 2&4 (Rouge & Noir) (Japan):
    Vanquish Grill Type-A
    Classical Over Rider front and rear

    Defi (Japan):
    DIN Gauge DF5607 (Black/Amber-Red/right) to show oil-pressure, oil- and water-temperature

    Zoom Engineering (Japan):
    Rear view mirror Aero chrom

    Chromdesign (Germany):
    Boot carrier stainless steel of Chromdesign (removable) (CC40100G) mit Lederriemen beige (CC00349G)
    Chrome button in metal for hand brake (CD02032C)
    Leather upholster on tonneau cover rest (behind roll-over bars)
    Leather upholster on rear window shelf
    Leather upholster sun shield
    Leather upholster armrest-lid

    Foliatec (Germany):
    Foil Chromolux SuperDark for rear window
    Foil wood-design for blind of inside door handle
    Foil wood-design for blind around mirror adjustment buttons

    CSE Car-Styling Essen GmbH (Germany) [bankrupt]:
    Cover for brake-light on boot, originally for Toyota Celica T23 (GRP) in dark green mica

    Universal parts:
    Chrome washer nozzles from MyCarr, Shin Jye Auto Accessories (Taiwan)
    LED light for boot
    Analogue Clock
    Grey/black seatbelt cushions
    Radio/MP3-Player/Bluetooth handsfree Clarion FB289RBT

    Nose job: removal of Daihatsu logo from bonnet
    Sticker "forum.micro-roadster.de" on rear window
    Rear wind deflector clear, engraved with old Daihatsu logo and "forum.micro-roadster.de"
    Valve-caps chrome with Daihatsu logo
    Wheel bolt covers chrome (only for winter tyres/rims)
    Magnetic key-hole cover with Copen logo
    Back number plate in stainless steel with black stripes suiting the front-look of Vanquish Grill Type-A
    Brake caliper and drum brake painted in metal-green

    And here some pics in full kit:








  2. scooty

    scooty Copenworld Regular

    Sep 25, 2009
    Cologne, Germany
    2 x Daihatsu Copen, RHD
    1 x Daihatsu Trevis
  3. Rex

    Rex Copenworld Pioneer

    Oct 20, 2009
    Wow, very smart.
    It's a classic.


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