This is pure gold David! Was laughing from start to finish. Thanks so much for being shameless and allowing us to have a laugh at your expense. Good show old boy!
Don’t worry about it man, it’s just a thing that happens. It’s a normal thing for a dude’s head to do. There is a very wide range of totally normal ways for a human body to look.
You said you got a Jeep. What does your speedometer go up to? My friend had a Jeep and his speedo went to 120. Is yours that fast?
David, you are certainly a man of the people for airing all of this dirty laundry for us all to read. As someone whose hair started falling out at 19 and wired a push button start into his 1993 Geo Prizm using crimp connectors and hot glue, we all gotta start somewhere. Respect.
I’m getting cold sweats over here remembering the garbage I posted as a young idiot. Good thing the internet gets deleted every night.
This is gold. Good on you for sharing this, David!
From what I have experienced, color anodizing is most commonly type II, sulfuric acid anodizing. Soft anodize. You can scratch through this coating with a nail clipper file. This type of anodize is what we might see on a window screen frame. Is it Type III, the hardcoat anodize that is the one that is credited with… Read more
An excellent article. Another car which has its computer actually inside the intake is the 2010 Ford Focus ST225 (or XR5 Turbo, as it was known here in Australia) with the charismatic Volvo-sourced five cylinder turbocharged, intercooled engine.