After nearly 10 years of being self employed I’m writing my first British CV/Resume. Frankly I preferred doing the much dryer German formatted one.
Something I found interesting, it appears that google is using OCR in it’s image searches. I’ve only noticed it recently (searching for something that I now can’t remember).
Hopefully it gets sorted out quickly this time.
Luckily the arch profile is still good enough to use, so it’s mostly flat steel. Should be simple, at least all the filler has gone.
You’ll find me in front of the fire. No reason to move.
Both from around the 10th of December. That wasn’t the worst of it for the season either. Roads are a sea of mud though, hence the filth.
I’d known known that the Metro had come from Columbia Falls, MT from an old ebay listing that was scraped by various sites, but wasn’t hopeful in tracking down any more information. The photos provided some clues, until finally those few brown pixels showed up on the aerial photos.
Kind of a summary (and celebration!) that I’ve been able to keep this crapcan together for a whole year, plus a rough breakdown in costs and all the work I’ve done!
My gran stopped driving for a few months, which lead to her car sitting forlornly with a couple of tyres going flat. Started first time, then took it for an enthusiastic drive on a good local road.
love in test.
Post silly Japanese cars. Oh well, onwards and hopefully skywards elsewhere!
What looks to be like a well travelled 90.
Not picking up a car this time though. And of course, it’s running late, which could make for some fun connections later.
A guide to corrosion for UK MOT testers from the 90s. Those across the pond might find this shockingly strict.
Triumph Acclaim. Looks like it needs some love.
As it turns out, barn storage isn’t a great idea. The MX5 had turned into a cozy house for rodents, mostly in the engine bay and above the fuel tank. The wiring to the fuel pump was completely gone, but the main loom has mostly escaped damage.
Jim, a brave chap, bought one and has been posting about the experience of roadtripping the #fuckingcarofthefuture across Europe back to Northern Ireland. Much to the displeasure of Wolfsburg as it turns out.
The T-Roc Cabrio is coming...
Any Sierra in 2018 is a rare sight, let alone a 4x4 one. Looked well used, but obviously looked after to have survived this long without disintegrating.