I wish they had made the wagon as a hardtop...now that’s something that you really never see in modern cars. I’d go for the hardtop sedan first, but I wouldn’t turn down a wagon with an RB26.
I think I posted about these before but I’ve finally got a few made and up for sale. Tell me what you think. Let me know if you have any ideas for different shapes.
Haven’t even washed it yet. Just hit rain on the way home from the port. So this is rainstorm beading after riding on a cargo ship for several weeks, and sitting in a port storage lot before and after. It was disgusting...looks amazing in this photo though.
Just saw davesaddiction’s new shift knob, and decided I should share these. I made them over Thanksgiving. I had never used a lathe before, but it’s definitely something I need to get into.
That’s a lot of denim.
Still need to do a full update...but I got the 2JZ running. Personally I think all the hard work was worth it just for that intake sound.
I’ll be bringing the Aerocabin out to Beech Bend when they’re in Bowling Green KY. Not doing the whole drive though.
We made some t-shirts to sell when we set up a booth at shows, and wanted to offer them to Oppo too. The front is three line drawings of the Aerocabin with the top in different positions. The back has the Roadtrip Motorcars wings on the neck. Click here to buy, for a 15% discount, use the code ORLOVED at the very end…
The E-Series 15-passenger van has been a staple of the Film and Television industry for decades, but the new Transit’s are starting to show up on sets all over Hollywood.
A friend of mine is in the Odd Squad Car Club in Los Angeles, and they put on a little pop-up show on wednesday. They put it out on social media to show up at the Venice Beach parking lot, and the turn out was amazing. We took the Aerocabin out...to a hot rod show...why not? Here’s a few of my favorite pics from the…
Yeah, I know...that was a long time ago...I forgot to post them here. It was the first C&C meet of the year, and 32°, so it was a small meet. Photos are 120 medium format taken with a Kiev 88. One roll was Fuji Pro400H, one was Kodak Portra 400. These are the first color rolls I developed myself after my last rolls I…
I hate to see it go, but I'll always have the memories. We had some good times.
A/C drier, and steering idler arm mount. The A/C drier was super beefy, and I wanted to mount it on the frame where the idler arm previously mounted, so it worked perfectly. I converted the car to rack and pinion so the idler arm was no longer needed.
This is now the vacuum manifold/reservoir for the Crown. Since I'm running triple Webers I need to pull vacuum from each individual intake runner and combine the signal with the reservoir so I will have vacuum for the power brakes. I decided to use two parts from the Crown to make the new reservoir. Name those two…
People email you asking, "What's the least you would take for it?" Do some of these people actually think you're going to lowball yourself?
I have a 1989 Centurion conversion 4 door Bronco. 5000 were made in total. Centurion (conversion company) took an F350 cab-chassis, and a new Bronco back half and made it into a 4 door Bronco. 460 big block, 1 ton axles, 4x4. Top comes off just like a regular Bronco. Originally a California truck, I brought it here…