A rather squished grape, I believe.
... of my 1987 Mitsubishi Galant. Not the much-lauded VR4, no, just the pedestrian FWD model BUT it came with factory adjustable air suspension (in theory; mine didn’t work by the time it came into my possession), I think a (ten-band?) equalizer, steering wheel audio controls, and seats that were adjustable in many…
This is not it. But it got me thinking...
Doggo tax paid!
as showing up early for the metal show.
Let’s be ornery today. Give ’em hell, kids!
Shame I had to burn the house down. I’m sure the insurance adjuster will understand.
Item #1: Infiniti made a hard-top convertible version of the G37. Saw one on the road this morning, and I feel like I should have known that these exist, but somehow, here I am today, just learning about them...
I’d really like to go to both of them, but that may be outta reach.
Been watching this, I’m interested to see what it puts out!
We had plans, for a moment, to move to Utila, Honduras. It was our early retirement plan - wait until the boys move out and get settled on their own, then sell the house in Texas and most of our belongings, and enjoy living on a tropical beach. Maybe get a place big enough that we could rent out a room or two, run a…
... still getting hits on it.
Humor me, Oppo. I was attempting to buy tires from someone on Fb marketplace, we couldn’t get our schedules to line up during the week, so I suggested meeting on Saturday if the tires weren’t sold by then. I understood that she was in agreement with this.
So, I’ve come across a certain peculiarity of Jeep ownership. Those who buy Wranglers tend to upgrade the wheels right away, and then happily part with the stock units, tires included, with very few miles on them.
Hey, did you get painted yet?