Huzer
huzer
1/14/20
11:53 PM
2

Life is easier with a pickup. Especially having two pickups. I had big plans for the 4Runner, but spending a ton of money on a base trim with a ton of miles seemed silly. I barely drive as it is... in ten years my son will have a Tacoma with around 80k miles on it for his first vehicle.

1/13/20
7:39 PM
1

I really like detailing mine and going to shows. I am not as hard core as I used to be. I would like to go mod crazy, and do some track days. The wife isn’t happy to hear that, so we generally just go carting instead. Although she does like it when both cars are super shiny, and the SS’ wheels are super clean.

1/13/20
7:36 PM
1

Here’s how motivation often works for me: I have two vehicles, and often find myself more motivated to work on whatever I’m actually driving at the time. Of course, this has a tendency to create problems when I block the more-or-less driveable car in behind the one I’m actually working on. WHY DO I DO THIS TO MYSELF

1/13/20
6:38 PM
1

drinking bottles of used automotive oil

1/13/20
5:06 PM
2

yeah - ditto for me. My wife is a sit and read all day on the couch kind of person as well - I have really made a point not to let that limit what I do. If I know there is something I really want to do and I know she won’t like it I just go do it, and that’s ok.

1/13/20
4:57 PM
2

It’s weird to use this word in reference to this, but “accountability” (similar to what HHFP said). I have a group of guys that I take a spring & fall backroadtrip with twice a year (for well over a decade). I’ve kind of become the organizer, so I know that if I don’t get it going, it’s not going to happen. It’s Read more

1/13/20
4:50 PM
2

When I decided last fall to do more camping, I set a goal of a minimum of once per month. I then basically figured out that this meant it generally would be the first weekend of the month. Up until the turn of the year, I’ve managed to pretty much keep that schedule, but I’m counting a holiday roadtrip for that. Read more

1/13/20
4:48 PM
1

Now that I’m somewhat of an adult, I live in large suburban sprawl, but I have, well, mountains and stuff just an hour, hour and a half away. But now that it’s not my literal backyard, I’m really bad about driving somewhere to then do something (again I’m talking vehicle related activities....track, trails, etc). It Read more

1/13/20
4:26 PM
4

When I bought my ITR, I had this crazy idea I’d make a bunch of friends in the Honda scene, got all social and go to track days together. I started bulding my ITR specifically for that purpose. Well, not necessarily for the other people, but still thinking I’d enjoy group track days with my Honda ‘friends’. Read more

1/13/20
4:26 PM
2

I ride motorcycles with my dad but I don’t even bother with the car I just use the car to get from A to B. Im honestly prob not even gonna autocross this newer Solara. My car is pretty boring so unless im driving properly quick its not that interesting. I do love road trips though and would like to do some more of Read more

1/13/20
4:13 PM
1

I have the same struggle, it’s tough to stay motivated. I take a couple small trips a year but usually alone as my friends aren’t into that awesome kind of nonsense and my wife is usually too busy. Read more

1/13/20
4:05 PM
1

Well in my family all of us guys like cars. So naturally we go as a group to events, meetups, etc.