So, last night I posted to Craigslist some free landscape blocks I dug out of my backyard. They were in the alley behind my garage, and I put my address in Craigslist as a vague nearby major intersection. I gave first dibs to the first person to respond. He went to go pick them up this afternoon, and they were gone.…
I pulled into work at 329998. Will hit my goal of 330,000 this afternoon. Next goal...333,333. Go little Honda go!
It’s a sad day. Another Volvo aficionado is coming to look at my red wagon I’m trying to sell. If he wants it my blue wagon may be lonely.
If anyone else will be there Saturday, keep an eye out for my son and me. We'll be wearing the obscure Volvo T-shirts courtesy of Blipshift.
Welp, my obsession with Volvos and 90 degree corners has landed me another Swedish brick in my driveway. I picked up the lovely '98 V90 with ~145k miles you see below for the measly sum of $375 (too bad I couldn't snap pics before the snow hit). Gotta love Craigslist.
My Secret Senna revealed himself to be awesome. That is all.
Going to test drive a S60R with the 6-speed manual after work tonight. It's not a V70R, but it's local and in great shape! So excited! Do I dare move up to a modern brick? To the Oppo members familiar with these....what should I look out for?
I'm just sitting here watching Rush for the first time and drinking a tasty IPA. What are my fellow Opponauts up to tonight and what is the drink of choice for the evening?
I dropped my truck off at the shop this morning to get a proper alignment, and I am one step closer to completing it. Over the last couple of weekends I finished:
...To convince my wife I need to buy another project car.
Found this on local Craigslist.
Four years ago, I was living in Germany during the World Cup and managed to make it to almost every German auto maker's museum. I thought I'd share my pics of the Porsche museum in honor of Germany's
massacre victory yesterday. You'll have to forgive some of the crappy pics...photography is not my strong suit.
290 down. 10 to go!
This is why we can't have nice things!
Let's face it. Small engines are here to stay. Big V8s are being replaced by small V6s. Small V6s are being replaced by little I4s, and now little I4s are being replaced by tiny I3s. Ford was first to the premium pint-sized engine party with their 1.0L Ecoboost, but now GM is showing off its Ecotec line.
Well, if you missed it, I posted the results of current cars yesterday. Today, we'll go through the previously owned cars.
I know you've been sitting on the edge of your seat waiting in anticipation for me to post the results of the high mileage challenge I created last week. I split the results in two. Today is current cars, and tomorrow is previous cars. So, let's get to it!
**UPDATE: We've had great responses so far...We're up to 56 current vehicles and 25 previous vehicles. I'm putting my Excel skills to work, so let's keep 'em coming. I'll bump this a few more times in the next few days and post results next week.**
This was featured on Bring a Trailer last Saturday. Although it's kind of pricey I'm stoked to be seeing 25 year old wagons being imported to the US. This thing is clean and absolutely gorgeous for its age. I have some friends in Germany, so I may have to have them start shopping for a nice E30 325 wagon for me and…