It’s all my neighbor with the black Sentra’s fault. I swear in the entire time she’s lived in my row of townhouses, I’ve never seen that car parked straight once.
There’s a Mazda dealer next to the Subaru dealer where we bought my wife’s Impreza. When I pulled in there were a bunch of people milling around these Miatas. There’s 2 rows of them. They had gone inside by the time my oil change was done, but I briefly checked out some of the cars. Some of them were pretty nicely…
I stumbled upon this car when searching for pictures of a 944 Turbo with Kinesis Supercup wheels. This particular car just so happens to have basically every appearance upgrade I’d put on a 944 Turbo. It belongs to user SamGrant951 on Rennlist. I don’t know him, but his car is awesome. So here are some pretty pictures!
Came out of work today to find this 3.5RL parked opposite me. Usually my car is much lower than other normal cars but not this time. The 1st gen RL is the last of the big window, low beltline Hondas, and that’s one of my favorite eras of cars. My grandpa had one. My car’s still pretty badass though.
I’m very happy with my stupidly modified BMW 335xi coupe. But sometimes I can’t help but think about going back to two vehicles like I used to have when I drove both a BMW 135is and a Hemi WK Grand Cherokee, which I got because I am obsessed with limited slip differentials. Enter: the Mitsubishi Outlander GT!
My wife is great about always stocking my work bag with fruit and other healthy snacks. Only problem is I don’t always eat everything she gives me every day. So it piles up. But at least I get to look like a well-stocked healthy eating guy when people walk past my desk.
I wasn’t the first one to point this out, but in 2017, the Nissan Rogue is the #4 best-selling vehicle in America, behind the Ford F-Series, Chevy Silverado, and Ram Pickup. Collectively, our reaction is probably: “HUH?????” and also, “there’s no way that stupid Star Wars tie-in sold that many Rogues.”
“It’s always so hard to find a clean Integra or Prelude nowadays.”
There is literally an entire youtube channel of MC Hammer commercials for 3M Command strips. He even does their FAQ videos, which are appropriately titled, “Ask Hammer.”
Seriously folks, yes, we know, Porsches will be in video games now. In other news, hey did you hear Fernando Alonso is skipping the Monaco Grand Prix to run the Indy 500?
You can always rely on the internet to make light of a situation.
The posts about the Toyota FT-4X got me looking at its platform-mate, the Toyota C-HR. This WHATCAR? review of the C-HR mentions the Audi Q2. I was like, “wait, what, there’s an Audi Q2?” So I looked at the Q2, and I kind of hate it. Or rather, there’s one specific part of it that drives me bonkers.
I have an Emerson alarm clock I got many years ago. It does everything I want in an alarm clock: it has bigass numbers I can read without my glasses, dual alarms, a day-of-the-week display, battery backup, and auto-daylight savings time. But my wife hates it because she thinks it’s ugly.
Randomly browsing my local craislist, I spotted a car I recognize. My neighbor’s nice-looking E60. He also has a sorta-rat rod dumped early 80s yellow Toyota pickup with red wheels, and a built-up Wrangler of some kind. Haven’t talked to him but seen him around.
The new Civic Si has been flying under the radar since it’s not a Civic Type-R, but Honda just officially announced it. You can’t get it as a hatch, because the hatch is built in England and the Si is exclusive to the US market. So we can have a sedan or coupe. But it’s got some interesting stuff!
I see this Harley with a plush white tiger on it at my gym occasionally. My gym is also a racquetball club. All the racquetball dudes enjoy hanging in the locker room naked, talking at length about racquetball. Today when I checked in, one of them was at the desk wearing a motorcycle jacket. Because, of course he was.
Nothing to see here, just a fastidiously maintained, US (and California!) legal, british racing green over full brown leather and green carpet E34 M5 wagon that’s one of 20 “Elekta” special editions originally sold in Italy.
I stopped well short of the white Ranger in front of me just so I could take this picture that also included the red Ranger. The red Ranger was from a landscaping company. I believe the white Ranger is also a work truck. If only that stupid Grand Cherokee hadn’t crept into the shot while I was reaching for my phone.