I will not rule this out! There’s so much we could do in the 3D printing world, for instance
We will have video! It will likely not be live, but it will be recorded.
Now, after all of this, it is easy for me to get a little nostalgic, even for the 1992 Pontiac Bonneville. You could get it with a powerful supercharged 3.8 liter V6, it was roomy, and the ride and handling was not horrible. Much of what we long for today in new cars—size and comfort without pretentiousness—is here in…
I dig them with a little ducktail/gurney flap
It turns out everybody’s crying by the Mitsubishi stand.
If it goes anything like the trivia night we just hosted there, we will be recording!
The only thing stopping you is you yourself. Be the hammer pants you want to see in life.
and their skateboards!
The original headline on this post was Can Driving School Really Make You A Better Driver? to which the answer is yes, very yes, extremely yes, as the standard level of driver training in this country is woeful to nonexistent.
I’m with you. This is a line of thought I started hitting with the V60 a while back—it’s not as practical as I’d wish a wagon to be, but like, I would never buy the sedan when the roomier wagon is available.
A big one, sure. A Wraith? Nah. You really want to plant the foot down on the V12 in inappropriate locations yourself.
my Chinon CE-3 sitting here at my desk now, with a confusingly-named Mir 24M lens on it. It’s a 35mm f/2 prime on the M42 mount, like most of my lenses. I am in the midst of getting my Pentax Spotmatic’s light meter fixed, and may go back to shooting on that in the future.
don’t bother coming, folks, we have a winner
I didn’t have room to mention that the rear bumper needed to get redone so that the curve of the stock-shape rear wheel arch continued onto the aftermarket-shape rear bumper.
I shot this all on slide film (Fuji Velvia 100), which was kind of odd in the full sunlight. I have a ton more photos, I’ll try to find space to put them all.
Completely agree. It’s rare to see two people feeding off the same energy like this.
things get interesting at the very top end of the car world