Skip to 2:20 for the explosions.
Good morning fellow hot-wheels-collecting-opponauts. I found a Wal Mart that has a giant basket of cars in package going back to 2010, so I want to share the wealth.
For those of you who tuned into my last post, I teased a bucket full of rainbows and unicorns. I felt bad for doing that to my fellow opponauts, so I emptied and pictured the contents of that bucket. These all need new homes, so I'm trading or giving away either for honor code shipping or for a few bones on PP to…
I have escaped my dark passenger for a few moments of clarity, and need to ditch a bunch of cars before he comes back and buys more! I'm trying to consolidate, so I'll just try to send out as many cars as I can in a $5 envelope to any interested Opponauts.
Picked up some new additions to the fleet. I didn't take the F40s out of their package but they have them in the boulevard series with rubber wheels and such. Pretty cool.
Unfortunately, it is one of those sleazy used car stealerships. Wonder if they would let me test drive it?
I have long lusted after cars that I could not afford except in 1:18 scale or less, but so far I have only managed a decent Hot Wheels collection. That serves the purpose for my bosses to reminisce about their days at the automotive OEMs with the dual purpose of getting them to acknowledge my existence.
To keep things rolling
PLEASE Stop posting about the Craigslist Jeep.
When the "Spindle" fad first hit the scene, I thought it was dumb. It looked like a kid stuffed too many M&Ms in his mouth, and was about to burst. I will still say it's not my favorite automotive trend, but one company has made it work and one has not. Let's take a look:
And this is the scene as the movie is starting. I hope everyone liked the last F1 movie ever made in America!
Don't forget to vote every day for the next 10 days! The track has pulled a decent lead, but there is still a good amount of time left.
I present Turbo Miata and Regular E30 to help get you going this morning.
We all know that Miata is the answer to everything. This morning, let's do a little brainstorming for what "everything" includes. Here are a few "questions that Miata answers" to get the party started. Add your questions in the comments.