Cinnamon rolls, but unraveled.
Very Porsche Speedster-esque.
1950-something 2CV. I was at the Lane Museum to film the first season of Jason Drives when a storm began to roll in while we were on set. I drove this 9hp version, with manual windshield wipers through a thunderstorm in Nashville traffic and it was one of the greatest driving experiences of my life. The guys at the…
That guy is extremely talented with a chainsaw.
So cool, Jim! Glad to see your work so widely recognized.
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Never change, David.
Great eye! The Jalop staff went last year after the Detroit auto show, which meant we had just about everything on the menu. And yes, of course I got the mystery meat. I absolutely love that place.
I did, just in the Facebook live. About 25 minutes in.
Yes, and yes you could.
I just lower the blacks a bit and up the highlights, if the photo doesn’t get too blown out.
Hey, thanks very much! Would be happy to share. I shoot raw and do very basic editing in lightroom which consists of exposure adjustment, adding a curve, bumping saturation slightly, cleaning up the noise if any, and adding a small vignette if the photo warrants it. That’s it!
The steering definitely lacked in terms of feel and communication compared to older Porsches. I drove a 991 GT3, but I’d have to drive it again with the idea that I was comparing it directly to the Carrera S in terms of steering feel. When you’re really pushing the Carrera S, though, I almost didn’t mind the steering…
I really admire this move. The Boxster Spyder I drove last year had the same thing, it’s refreshing to be able to use the wheel to steer and that’s it.
I just want you to be able to see the car in all it’s forms. How’s it look with the spoiler up, spoiler down, etc.