What's more surprising, a BMW with 270k miles or a clean Dodge Omni?
Looking at my Brother’s new Pathfinder, I can only surmise that maybe the PO had a pet monkey, and they let the monkey paint the radio panel? Orange peel everywhere, when there’s no orange peel there’s visible scuffs or fingerprints in the damn paint. It’s all tacky cause it was laid on too thick. They even painted…
[pitchfork and torch noises]
The user drop down is coming up behind the top bar so I can’t navigate or see my notifications. To even write this I had to go into my browser history and find the direct url for the kinja editor.
But it’s not my thing. Rather, my youngest brother turned 16 today (learner’s permit age in MA) and has received a 2005 Pathfinder as a gift, with a catch. My mom found it for half book value because it needs a new starter, fan, and cats.
*Dons flame suit* Pretty soon we’re gonna be tripping over the damn things at every street corner and parking area. They’re as common as Civics here and they clog up the roads with their slowness and they smell bad and you can hear them from a mile away.
And they’re all more than a little bit surreal.
I’m gonna cry.
But, now I know exactly what that rattle was:
I know they’re perhaps the least important things this car needs but these little successes give me the motivation to tackle the bigger jobs. Besides, the old lights were baaaad:
The last conversion vehicle I saw that modified the cab like that was built in the 60's
“Better yet, tandem enemas? The couple that sprays together, stays together.” 🤢🤮
After piloting (not driving, piloting.) that Challenger all week, my 5-Series feels like my old Geo Metro. Chuckable and snug as a glove, despite being neither of those things.
As literally a dozen of you may know from my recent posts, I unexpectedly got a Hemi Chally as a rental this week. I took the car on just about every type of road there is and I am now going to attempt to review it while battling sleep deprivation at the airport.
Pip Bip you're slacking off!
It’s been fun. Now to go sleep in the airport for a few hours before my 5:30am flight home. Oh, the joys of flying cheap.
What should I order? [UPDATE] None of what y’all suggested was on the menu so I got a plain ol’ burger. Not bad. I’d put it above McD’s and Bubger Kirg but not Wendy’s and nowhere near Five Guys. Fries were pretty dope though.