Hmm, ‘80 Porsche Panamera...
Does a Miata make a good first car? I don’t know, you’ll have to ask the 18 year old who is buying mine on Saturday.
Forgot to share some of these photos with you guys from last Friday.
An honest to god Sport Quattro is one of the more awesome and impressive cars I’ve ever seen in the sheetmetal. I think the car is owned by the guy who owns Dirtfish. Surprisingly, that is a factory color though not too many were made in green.
The local retailer threw a lift kit, aggressive wheels and tires, and some bumper guards with lights on a new Ascent. It looks...kind of good. Thoughts?
ah hell, whenever I see that comic I tear up and go spoil the crap out of my dogs.
I had to put my best bud, Brutus, to sleep this morning. My wife, then girlfriend, adopted him about thirteen years ago when we first moved in together. His mom was stray red nosed pit that had a litter of puppies in the front yard of a lady in east Tucson. That lady was an angel, and took care of the pups until the…
So, Miata may always be the answer, but I guess sometimes it raises further questions.
I wonder how well ozone treatment would handle the smell? Seems to work for the strongest of organic odors, but not sure I’d bet used car money on it.
Maybe she thinks that’s how it works? Has anyone told her otherwise? Around here, parking works one of two ways:
Remember, you all mean a lot to me
>Oblig vise/vice joke
So we’re all going to pass over his mounted spud-gun howitzer?
Out flew the web and floated wide-
This gives me my second opening today to relate my “raccoons are clever little bastards” story. I was on a Boy Scout camping trip years ago and we realized we forgot bungie cords to secure the lid of our cooler overnight. We decided instead to drag a picnic table on top of the cooler so the bench part was holding the…
those damn objects in the mirror being closer and all
The only thing keeping raccoons from stealing cars is they can’t reach the pedals. Once autonomous cars become widely available expect to see raccoons in cars racing down the highway. Which won’t be half as terrifying as the occasional black bear trapped in a self-driving Subaru, clawing at the doors trying to escape.
I pity the poor souls who read these article a day too late.
Headed to a client this afternoon for an “all hands” meeting so I figured I would take the remainder of the day off afterwards and take the Z for a 250 mile loop around San Diego County. Some good twisty bits in here - particularly the second leg from Julian to Pine Valley - AKA sunrise highway. I’ll try to get a few…
A family friend brought his ‘64 S3 out to the dealership for a shoot with one of our Mulsannes. Both strong wants.