Finally made a space for all my 1:18 models
My local walmart been great recently with the new releases! I found the new 2nd series of Team Transports... well this one was the last one :D
Nice keychain. I thought it would of been plastic, but it’s made of metal.
Could of had a Chevy!
of course it’s about LEGO :D
To my surprise Walmart has the new Open Track series in stock!... well most of them.
We love engines, why not have an engine that’s a heart :D
Fixed the leaking wheel wells and finally found the source of the upper dash leak which was caused by the windshield cowl drain. Cleaned it, brushed some por15 as best as I could in the tight area and only saw a dime size drop of water on the floor because of the recent rain storm... I’ll finish you later..... then I…
I haven’t seen my whole Hot Wheels collection since July before I moved. Had some room and layed them out. I plan on making a shelf soon.
my bathroom :D
Promised y’all a video of my Haynes Porsche Boxer 6 engine kit. Air cooled and even a working mini distributor!
Update, I used a wirewheel to remove all traces of rust and the panel filler was hiding a lot of rust. I guess I need to replace that?
Got a Porsche Boxer engine!!!
For over a week there was a something I could hear rummaging in the garbage can in my room and trying to steal my Ferrero Rocher. No one steals my delicious gold and lives!
In the 80's LEGO made a build your own engine set. I tried for many years to get one, but either it is incomplete (missing pistons), or way too expensive. This one popped up and seems that I finally got my wish.
Although im asking Oppo, which anything crazy isn’t a bad idea.
I hate my stock intake on the S10 2.2, especially in the summer and when I need to work on anything around the air intake assembly. (A/C, belt, etc) The radiator heats up the intake and the hot air bogs down the already anemic engine.
Decided to retire the old Craftsman saw for a much lighter and portable Milwaukee Hackzall. It’s faster and more powerful than the hunky old thing. All you do is twist the part the blade goes in and that’s it! No screw to tighten.
Just a brain-fart idea I had :P
All the new Circuit Legends Mazda 787Bs have a bent rear wing. The wing is made of a soft rubber that I think is supposed to hold the engine cover on.