A Ford “six door” as they’re called, although this is more of a 4 door version. officially called “tough box” 2008 only I believe.
Artists rendition of Dash-Rain gauge and bondo installing.
A Ford Lousville. It’s a 1995, but no different from a 1975. I dig the giant wheel.
not 100% sure what this started as. It was gone when I had a minute to go back and investigate.
I heard yous guys like cars.
Guess. Hint, neither frame nor body is technically a car.
ME: Just calling in to check the functionality and recent history of (Redacted) serial number (Redacted) I’ve Been dispatched to service it and the last ten or so reports could lead straight to the problem. It appears to be working with no damage or tampering, And it’s exactly the way I left it a year or so ago.
oh probably a hundred tons of sulfur. Some times I see interesting stuff, Sometimes I smell it.
in honour of Jan-Michael Vincent. I always loved this show (but not the crappy Canadian 4th season)
Actual unicorn though.
-Snippets of conversation while doing a Sgt Pepper Puzzle with my 8 year old Charlie. (this is our small Sgt Pepper puzzle, the big one is a real ordeal but we’ve done that one too, took 4 or 5 days)
Always stuck in first or second gear, hence the friends reference, but back on black, tpi, and about 5 thousand Canadian Drachmas. How bad could it be? It’s just a 700r4 right?
I thought Oppo might appreciate a song called “funkmobile” about riding in a funkmobile. In glorious lo-def.
I troubleshot, once my multimeter had thawed enough for me to read it, it was this:
And that’s why I married her. Happy love day Opppo.
But they didn’t.
I’ve got a collection of car emblems, I tend to remove them from my own cars, and nick them at the pik-a-part. I’ve got a 5 gallon pail of emblems. Do I need to quit at the point of filling the 5 gallon pail? or when they’ve gotten too big to actually go in said pail?