Oh yeah they do!
Oh yeah they do!
Dang, I get those mixed up sometimes.
I feel pretty good.
The Astro is a trusty machine.
The Voyager will either:
A) Stay in Germany with my parents until I sell it.
B) Have its VIN scratched and plates pulled, and then be shoved into a ditch in Slovakia or Italy or wherever the heck it decides to die.
C) Go to a junkyard.
D) Become my obsession, and be shipped stateside.
If it’s stock, I want the air suspension. I need the clearance.
But if I can mod it (which is difficult to do in Germany), gimme steel.
Email me if you start having success. A story about the first Barchetta in the U.S. needs to be written by me (passive voice, I know).
Please take this back.
He looks nothing like me.
Thank you Sovande.
My biggest concern is my lower engine torque mount (motor mount). Finding chassis parts isn’t hard, since they made these vans in the U.S.. And finding engine parts isn’t hard, either, since this VM Motori motor could be found in all sorts of vehicles.
But finding engine parts specific to this… Read more
I definitely didn’t call my skills excellent. But I did refer to myself as foolish and stupid multiple times.
Apparently not enough times!
Wait, there’s going to be roadside wrenching?! I didn’t sign up for that!
My German is getting pretty dang good. It was rusty before (like most things associated with me), but I’ve hit it with some Naval Jelly and fine steel wool.
Honestly, I considered a cotter pin, but it just wasn’t as tight. This thing is really IN THERE. I had to hammer it through the shaft pretty dang hard.
Honestly, that would have been awesome!
Haters gonna hate.