Not sure if this has been covered, but it’s worth repeating if so. CPSC link below:
I picked up a “new” TV recently... more on that later. For now, though, Happy Halloween!
I can’t remember the last time I saw a PA blue plate on the road.
Last post of this year’s Fall Meet in Hershey, PA. The last thing I did at the meet was walk through the car corral - at 3pm on Saturday, it was pretty much last call... still, there were a few interesting cars still available:
I also attended the annual library sale at the AACA Research Library in Hershey, PA (also part of Fall Meet Week). I didn’t find quite as much as I did last year, but I still found some interesting stuff.
The clatter of antiquated engines, some nearing a century old. The bouquet of unburned fuel, many weights of oil, well-aged leather, the occasional hint of cigar, and the distant yet constant aroma of Hershey’s chocolate. Vintage and classic cars as far as the eye can see... these best describe the sights, sounds and…
Found this yesterday... can’t say that I’ve seen many IVECOs around here, though I also can’t say I’ve paid much attention to cab-over trucks, either...
I saw a lot of interesting, cool, and unusual stuff, and overall had a great time. They claim there were around 1,500 cars on the show field - I don’t know how accurate that is, but it certainly felt like it was true! Lots of pictures to come sometime next week, but until then, enjoy some unplanned pictures of some…
...a 1991 base model (1.6L, 5-speed, steel wheels, crank windows). It wasn’t much of a ride - a couple of blocks between facilities at work - but even so I can see the appeal. It reminded me of my friends’ ‘62 Sprite, just newer.
More interesting finds at this month’s show, including Mr. Regular and his AW11 MR2. As always, the full album can be found here.
...and I didn’t realize it until he posted his video from the show yesterday. To be fair, I don’t really watch his content much...
That is all.
After ~4 years of my driver’s side visor no longer staying completely up, and eventually getting fed up with hitting my head on it any time I leaned forward, I finally decided to replace it..
I was unaware of these until recently - I got sidetracked while thinking about British roadsters from the ‘90s that could be interesting with a 20V 4A-GE swap. This probably isn’t it, but it’s pretty neat.
The video might not be everyone’s style, but there’s no denying that RB20 sounds good...
First:43 wasn’t a company that I had any firsthand knowledge of or experience with, however, when I saw they were releasing two 1/43 models of the SVX, I knew I had to get them. I have to say, I’m not disappointed.