The Miata finally tried to kill me:
But my basement won’t stop filling up with water. Which means stuff that normally hides in the basement is now taking up space on the ground level and I got none of the cleaning and set up done that I had planned yesterday.
This is his IS300 drift car. His last one was an RX-7. Not pictured, his Volvo 740 Turbo. We spent several hours talking about all our crazy build ideas. It was a blast to finally meet someone IRL who is as crazy about cars as I am.
In other news, I am officially a Miata (01 NB SE) owner as of about a month ago. Finally bought the rust bucket off my mom. Driven it a couple times, but the front end is so far gone that it feels entirely unsafe. So it’s been parked until things progress on the Locost front.
Which is also one of the few notable similarities in their interiors.
A 92 525i Touring showed up for cheap in my area. I’m tempted to pick it up, sort it out, sell the 1-series, and go back to being car payment-less. The example in question is an auto with 254K miles. At this point in time, I’m sure it needs lots of bushings replaced and I’d be tempted to manual swap it. What do you…
Everything else side, is it just me or are about 70% of these vents facing the wrong direction for where they’re placed on the hood?
Looking for some new shoes. Hoping maybe my fellow Opponaughts have some advice.
Tasty BMW forbidden fruit for your time.
After several years of fruitlessly looking for graphic design work, not one but two branding projects have pretty much fallen into my lap simultaneously. I am both ecstatic to have design work again and terrified that my years out of the field have left me ill prepared. Hopefully this is the beginning of something…
Does this count as a 1-series post?
Let the celebratory snow-nuts commence.
The 1-series made an old school friend today. Now I just need to convince my other coworker to bring his black C5 and we can start a club.
Just showed up in my Facebook feed. Has Ford released other photos of an undisguised next-gen Explorer, or are these the first?
Especially when things are icy and snowy.
As someone who likes the Renegade, but is scared of FCA products, I’m excited by this. Another small, semi-off road capable crossover is a good thing in my book. Guess we’ll just have to wait and see how things turn out.
Been a minute since I worked on this.