Hi, well when I joined this forum I was asking for name suggestions and as the colour is Highland Green someone suggested Highland Glen and so he is now Glen
Mackenzie - named by my 13 year old son.
Why? hard to know his reasoning, but I kept it at that because:
- MX is close to Mac
- it’s an M plate
- I bought it up in the Borders hence the Scottish connection
- it’s frugal on fuel and consumables
- great in the rain and the sun
and it suits the car too
Maisie the Mazda.
Zebedee, on account of how many sets of springs we’ve been through, getting the ride and handling perfect.
Mine is an ND called Sharky if it must have a name.
what a great idea!! I’ve got to get Dana added to her number plate
The name is not on the number plate(illegal!!) They are vinyl signs stuck on the paintwork below the number plate.
Looking at this photo reminds me when my Wife saw my car for the first time. “It’s smiling” she said. I love that
I haven’t named my MX-5, but when we go round to my wife’s parents my mother in law often asks if we’ve come in the Red Peril, so it has been named in a way.
We called ours Mia because a) we like the name and b) my partner is Spanish and mia is a possesive pronoun meaning ‘mine’ in Spanish.
Lazarus because it was pretty much a scrapper but is risen from its death bed.
Ours is also called ‘Maisie The Mazda’ but our young granddaughter calls it ‘Grandpa’s Racing Car’!
Squint for UNICARN…
FLOJO… black, fast and sexy