dat flex tho
The annual June Bug Rally was last weekend, and although I attended I didn’t take many pictures this year because of my tight schedule that day.
...I’m not sorry. I prefer this era of rallying to the over-appreciated 80's scene.
When I was out at the last C&C there was a group of Toyota trucks using it, but I had never noticed it before. I can’t find any info about it online, probably because I don’t know what to search for - what does one call this sort of course?
These little sealed beams aren’t as powerful as the halogen fogs I have, but the hood doesn’t hit them when open, so I don’t have to re-aim them every time I need to change the oil or check the coolant level.
ah yes the most famous printer ever.
Racks, lights, badges, etc. useful or not, what’s a cool look?
Dragging parts of the Saab home to play with. Had some cheapo Cibie-knock-off headlamps and some yellow bulb “balloons” to replace the broken sealed beams with.
Thames TV has been uploading these old segments to Youtube lately. Morgan factory, Caterham “factory”, interview with DeLorean...
dream of saabs, the only cars that car well.
Marty Feldman would be proud.
1987 Cabriolet, Colorado plates: EDO215
What’s the smartest way to do this? I’ve heard that it’s “impossible” but also that it is possible. For whatever reason, the rest of the world gets tires in sizes Americans just aren’t allowed to have.
I did not realize that turning an ignition key was such a herculean inconvenience to first world dwellers. Nor did I realize that PUSHING a thing a few millimeters instead of TURNING a thing a few millimeters to start a car was such a groundbreaking technological leap. My lack of appreciation for the march of…
listen to the
roar snort of that engine.
Got a call from the site I ordered a single Federal 195/80R15 tire from. They tell me there was a mix up on the site, so they cancelled my order - but they were still shipping the tire out and it would be here in a few days. Checked the site later and the tires are listed as out of stock.