Some nice Blues to fall asleep to.
I decided there weren’t enough gears in my life, so I went out and bought a mechanical watch. Tktktktktktktktktktktktktk...
If this isn’t grounds for impeachment, I don’t know what is.
1930s Chevrolet actually made a number of these great little instructional films... <<dump ahead>>
I’m probably biased, but I think the 16in cross spokes from the Z3 were some of BMW’s finest work.
I got this in the mail today! It’s a Brathwait minimalist luminous. I’ve been considering it for a while, and finally pulled the trigger.
I went to the O’Fallon, IL location. They have at least 200 cars, including a few gems such as:
This is what life could be like for Uncle Rico if coach had put him in the game back in ‘82.
Better than the Goo Goo Dolls.
I learned that a) my Z3 has a spare tire tucked up under the trunk b) the spare was also flat due to obvious reasons c) continental discontinued this tire in 2010, and pretty much no one else makes a 125/90 R15 that fits in the spare tire holder.
I have no idea why this guy is famous, but I live near St. Louis and one of my friends says he works with the Bonester. I’ve asked said friend if he knows what Ken drives. No word back so far, but I’ll be sure to give an update if I hear anything.
Sorry, I meant to say “jalopnek can into success”.
The yellow lines have faded a bit, but not *that* much.
Because it's late and I want to sleep. From the “Campfire Song Song” school of song titles.
The Concourse justifiably gets a ton of flak around here for being awful, but this little podcast series on the fall of the Roman empire is pretty neat.