Is literally nothing. After waiting an hour at Thrifty at the Houston Hobby location, there was only one poor guy cleaning, gassing, and flipping cars. He brought two cars out in the course of an hour, and 15 people ahead of me meant there was no way I’d get a car tonight.
Here’s the (circa?) 2012 Spot Rocker Titanium frame. It’s handmade in Golden, CO and there’s no stamp or serial number on it. If I’m not mistaken, the welder is still in the state and working for a different frame builder, but I’ll have to look into this.
Looking at picking up a Spot Rocker Ti single speed MTB frame and considering running a belt drive with it. This will be for trails around the area, nothing too extreme, nothing too long, and definitely not for bikepacking.
Means you can have scotch while you build your LEGO.
Me: Hi. My name is Ben. I’ve been addicted to shitbox cars for 15 years now.
Everyone: Hi Ben.
Me: I’m trying to find better taste in cars with the hopes that I’ll make more frien-OH HOT DAMN LOOK AT THAT COROLLA ALL-TRAC
You, you person that purchased a manual 1997 Suzuki X-90 then proceeded to put only 44k miles on it and keep it in climate controlled storage, whoever you are, we should be friends.
Definitely a sweet ride- the patina is fantastic. This one has been in the same family since new, it’s all original and unrestored. The owner said his wife’s grandfather purchased it new in ‘68, passed it to his son, who passed it to the current owner. He fired it up and rode off, sounded amazingly nice and smooth for…
The Big Boy No. 4014 is headed back out on the Union Pacific system beginning July 8 for a tour, taking it through Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Wyoming. When “On Display,” the public is invited to view the locomotive up close and tour the Experience the Union Pacific Rail Car.
80k kms, diesel and manual.
1990 Camry DX, 2.0l 16v 4-cyl, 5-spd manual, 122k miles, service records, and soooooo clean! i’d daily the pants off this car. $2200.
“Festival” might be a bit of a stretch, but here’s some photos of a few things at the show this past weekend.
These are a few things that I’ve had with me for nearly a decade now. I use them often, if not daily, and I quite like the way they’ve aged.
because why not