I’m decent at working on my car. I know how to do it, and I’ve done numerous fairly in-depth repairs. Somehow though, I get really aggravated just doing oil changes. If I wasn’t worried about the lube techs screwing it up, it always feels worth it just to spend the $20 and have someone else do it and take the 20…
Went to dinner with a friend, starting from their house. Came back to this.
So, I visited the NAIAS on MLK Day, and got to talk to some guys at GAC. (Could I have fit more acronyms into that line? maybe.)
Well, here’s my Pigeon.
So I hope you guys had followed me on my crazy trip across Europe in my Gaz 22 Volga!
...is what I wish I could say. Problem after problem plagued the trip, eventually culminating in me having my suitcase with all my expensive electronics stolen in the Copenhagen train station.
Well, not the river, but this Volga.
This is around 5 mile road and Middlebelt road in Livonia. I know nothing about it.
Only have this one picture I took late in the evening, but it works!
Had to avenge the carb, and then clean it out (twice.)
Discovered the rear axle wasn’t held on with adjusters like it’s supposed to be, but washers, and nuts and twine. so that’s all taken apart at the moment. Found a little hole in one exhaust pipe,…
Some sellers say their products are 1/43 scale. Some sellers are lying.
I love Taobao. I can order cheap models, and even with shipping, it remains fairly cheap. It’s also easier to order quantities at a time.
Have a BJ212. It’s a Chinese SUV/military vehicle originally based on the UAZ 469.
That funny Las-Vegas based company that wanted to bring an EV version of a tiny Russian city car to YOU?
So as some of you know, I have a 1987 Suzuki Alto Works RS-X.
Recently got a few different cars from a few different places!
Get yourself a nice Gaz-12 ZIM! One of few in the US, for sure. I know of only one other.
Now wait a minute, Dogapult, you say. Are you telling me I can buy a Soviet classic like that in the USA?
I went to see Say Anything perform at St Andrew’s Hall in Detroit last night.
took both spark plugs out. one was NGK, one was Champion. they both looked brand new.
Presented without comment.
I bought one. It’s not much, but it’s mine. Bought it for cheap-ish.
1969 Honda CD175. 8100 miles on the odometer.
I love old cars. I want it to be known that I love old cars. The feel, the smell, the idea that if this car could talk it would have lots of stories. But I believe, wholeheartedly, that we’re in the best time for cars. Never has a car been cheaper, better equipped, or at the very least, better looking. Sure, some may…