Now fan might be too small a word.
Honda is really trying to do new things in the motorcycle realm, which may be interesting, or may miss the mark.
Winter is here, holidays are winding down, and driving in the snow belt is getting challenging again. It makes me think of what car I really wish I had to combat all this, and have some fun in the bleakness of winter. And I have plenty of time to think about it.
An 88 Mustang LX much like this one, sans sunroof.
Chip Foose has done some amazing work, and won huge awards with truly amazing cars.
2015 Mustang is a hit, and like most Mustangs, a ready canvas for customization, in 1:1, and smaller scales.
Honda NeoWing concept. Finally, a near-production reverse trike that tilts and leans. Can Am Spyder take note.
Everybody is rightfully showcasing the Matchbox 2015 release of the Porsche 981 Cayman... so I will add to it.
As a defense mechanism against a case of the mondays... I am posting the automotive reminders on the bases of my dual monitors of my workstation.
After at least 6 weeks of no new restocks... I finally found some new stuff. Sorry for the quick, poorly setup photo.
The other day, I was reminded of a car I hadn’t thought of in a while, the Bitter SC. That isn’t the car now stuck in my head, though, the pictured A60 Supra is.
Some of the cars on car-TV shows are ridiculous, others are meticulously stock... The 1959 Buick Invicta, dubbed “Blue Suede Soes” by Kindig-it Design is a great looking car. And it wasn’t rushed for a TV schedule, it reportedly took a year to complete.
I am hoping to find one of these soon, but I am also hoping to find more than one. It may be too hard to resist modification, despite my lack of experience with it, lack of painting skill, and lack of place to work and make a mess without cleaning up in short order.
1984 Chrysler LeBaron Turbo Town & Country convertible.
But I don’t care whatsoever about the Chevy Colorado, I don’t need a truck like that, I don’t particularly like GM’s track record, and won’t buy a car with OwnStar on board... but let’s talk about that color.
I buy Hot Wheels because I am not a multi-millionaire and can’t afford to collect real cars.
I had a plan to use a 240Z casting to do a customized Fairlady 432R like paint job, and 8-spoke gunmetal real riders swap someday. (if I ever found a good donor with real-rider 8-spoke gray wheels, although I would hate to take them away from the likes of a Boulevard Skyline coupe to get them...)
Copper metallic, gold matte wheels, and ivory leather interior.
Earlier a discussion was posed about the defense of the CUV trend in the automotive industry, which I agreed with. I am looking forward to the next step... putting the SPORT into utilitarian vehicles, and I am not talking about outdoor sportsmanship, I am talking about performance motoring, atop a versatile platform.