Just found out that one of our customers lost a staff member in the Christchurch mosque attack. Fuck that nazi scumbag, I hope that Hell exists, because he’s surely going there.
The local MG club ran a hillclimb on the road outside my house on Sunday. Yes, that is a real type 35A Bugatti. Lots of other interesting, if less exotic, toys too.
Very split indeed rim.
The heater blower for the Mitsubishi NP Pajero/Montero/Shogun is handed. LHD & RHD ones rotate in the same direction but have reversed blades. So if you fit an incorrect one like I just did, you get lots of noise but damn all blowing action.
Ford SVT Lightning. Wrong hand drive for this part of the world and less than 25 years old, which makes it one of 500 LHD “special interest vehicles” allowed in per year.
Such Engrish. Many spelling. Wow!!!
My connecting flight out of Honolulu is delayed NINE FUCKING HOURS for maintenance. What are they doing, replacing a wing?
I had a day off in Holland last weekend (travelling for work again) so I went to Den Haag and visited the Louwman museum. As “car museums I’d never heard of” go: pretty damn impressive. Warning: lotsa photos inside.
Or in some cases, induction pron. From a race meet a few weeks ago.
...but NP in terms of coolness per dollar relative to other 7-figure toys. One of the best cars from one of the best eras.
Fun fact: the P76’s main claim to fame is that you can fit a 44 gallon drum in the trunk.
That is all.
And Saint Attila raised the Hand Grenade up on high, saying, ‘O Lord, bless this Thy Hand Grenade that, with it, Thou mayest blow Thine enemies into tiny pieces... in Thy mercy.’
I’m in Europe for work in February and I have a weekend to kill. I’ll be in southeast Holland on Friday afternoon, and need to be in central Austria on Monday morning. That’s driveable: 10 hours if you take the boring route and weather co-operates, so a nice weekend drive taking the more interesting routes. But the…
The zombie Prius tyres on the GT86 have finally gone to landfill heaven, to be replaced by Michelin PS4s. They review pretty well, I got a good deal on them, and Toyota and Subaru are both using them as OEM fit on the performance-spec versions of the 2019 Twins, which bodes well for how they’ll suit the car. I’ve only…
My wife is not a great driver. She’s OK once she’s on the open road, but she can’t manoevre for shit. When she left college she applied for a job in Air Traffic Control: thank God she didn’t get it because her general approach to the question “Is there enough space?” is “Lets try it and find out”.