Holy crap, that’s incredible! 1. Firsthand verification from a knowledgeable source; and 2. that airplanes are still being used as school buses there.
I was going to mention how I’d read it’s one of the shortest scheduled flights in the world but forgot to, yeah—five minutes!
Nice, I dig it.
Okay, I got the like, here’s the photo. Less chopped than I remembered, really just missing a trunk and rear window, but still an airfield workhorse! Looks like a ‘67? Maybe a Special or something?
Hope he found a good home for it!
Also, *Jetbird, pardon my error. Late night...
Where is the car now? When did you let it go? I, too, have had a two-decade-long fondness for the Squarebird. At about 10 years old, one of the first paint-and-glue model car kits I built was of a ‘66 in the exact same spec as this one. I lean more Mopar now, but have still always wanted one, and that one looks… Read more
Oh my God, I can’t even describe the WANT I have for this car. I have literally seen the film coming up on 50 times (not bad, considering it’s been out just over 10 years) and my Stuntman Mike cosplay is almost complete. (I’m currently in the process of collecting every academic essay I can find on the film.)
Some of… Read more
Read your comment before watching the video, and thought, “Ah, he must be exaggerating.”
Turns out you weren’t.
Genius! And if he ever needed to lug home a 454 for an engine swap or something, it’d fit perfectly!
I like the luggage rack look, but Clayton does not, and since it’s his car, I guess I’ll have to break into his garage at night to drill the holes.
I like it. A solution for the modern era. Thank you, Citizen #153624!
Yeah, that sounds about right. Had never heard of that framework, but it makes a lot of sense.