The other kind of “melted a piston”
I got back from Sonoma Raceway the other day after driving in the 24 Hours of Lemons and pulled the video from one of my stints. I didn’t cut anything out, other than a couple of caution flags, so you’ll get to see me:
Its cars. Its all cars.
Its called: Wolf of the Autostrada.
I’ve been trying to get him to bring his 510 to work forever, and he finally obliged, driving it in a week or two ago and giving me a short ride. Anyway i was surprised when he sent me this link just now. Lucky guy!
Just a replica. Still cool though, didn’t realize how long they were. Like, really really long.
EDIT: More pics.
Okay so there’s no way to know for sure, but the writing style is unmistakable.
Never heard of this. Kinda cool, like I wonder what would break more quickly, this or a 2nd gen Taurus SHO.
This inspires me. This has to be the most well kept awful car i’ve ever seen. The awfulness and the wellkeptedness are both just off the charts on this baby. The paint appears both really nice and...well...awful. The interior! My god! Its so clean! except for the awful steering wheel cover and purple seats (which are…
A few years ago, I friended a random stranger on Xbox Live after playing Forza Horizon with him for a few hours. He seemed very cool and knowledgeable and he told me that he was an “old guy,” which I thought was pretty cool and unique, hence the friend request.
Its right there in the doors and the A pillar. Ugh.
Several moths ago I purchased a 1976 Pontiac Sunbird with the intention of racing it at the 24 hours of LeMons.
Okay. Sorry my camera sucks. I dropped my phone in some dirt and now there’s dust under the camera lens. It does not do anything any justice whatsoever.
Bask in the glory of the 1976 Pontiac Sunbird. 3.8L carbed V6 and maybe 100 hp if i’m lucky. Yes, its a relatively compact hunk of junk from deep in the malaise era. So why did I buy it? Because its going to look SOOOO good next to our Mustang II, the other car we will race at Lemons this year. I dare you to come up…
I recently had a conversation with several co-workers about the Mazda Miata, and the conspicuous absence of one in our work parking lot.