Just... devours corners. Responds to steering input eith confidence I’ve never experienced. And flicking it around corners? Easy. That’s every corner now. Holy balls.
I don’t care what anybody says, I am now a Mk1 owner.
After waffling back and forth for months, I now no longer own a rusty POS deathtrap. Major problems I encountered:
Also paging HFV. We are now Cabriolet buddies!
...and it’s only 9 AM.
2.slow my ass...
I... don't hate the J-Roc Cabriolet.
With me in the passenger seat. Driving this on the highway was... interesting.
Happy Monday Oppo. How’s your week look?
I woke up and realized “oh crap, the tags on my Golf and Saturn expire today!” Guess that means I’m an adult, since my birthday just means “bills” now. Guess how old I am!
Red, four wheels, unreliable.
No, it never sold. About 5 weeks on the market in, I dropped my price from a lofty $1200 to $1000, then down to $900, finally $800. The most someone offered was $700. I could part out the interior for $700 and still have a runner to drive to the scrap yard. No thanks. So, I’ve pulled it from Facebook and Craigslist.
Followup to my last post: the museum I voluntarily work on broken cars at, the British Transportation Museum of Dayton, Ohio, had a meet/fundraiser earlier today. I drove a Mini Moke, it broke down and caused a huge headache, I took some pictures. Here they are.
The museum I wrench on weird stuff at is having a fundraiser at fundraiser at the Kettering Dairy Queen. I’m bringing their Moke. A few other museum cars will be there!
Picked up from Florence, Kentucky spur of the moment last night- guy hadn’t found someone to buy it all at $50 and I was the first to bite at $0. All pulled from a running 95 OBDI car which means...
For me, it’s the 7th generation 1993-1994 Dodge Colt, a rebadged Mitsubishi Mirage. Offered with a 1.5L 4G15 SOHC 8v or a 1.8L 4G93 also SOCH 16v paired to a 5 speed row your own or a 3 or 4 speed slusher sending 93 or 118 horses to the front wheels, this chariot could be had in 4 or 2 doors, but curiously it seems…
Clutch pedal did nothing so we tried a bleed. Sunbeam buried that slave cylinder. Not super easy.
For me: 2 eggs scrambled with a half cup of white mushrooms and a cup of cauliflower rice I roasted last night (seasoned with garlic powder, curry powder, and cayenne pepper) and the best granola bar ever made (as far as I’m concerned).
Theatres in America have these weird electric recliners now? When did this happen? I haven’t been in a theatre in maybe six or seven years.
In the spirit of British Engineering, we have broken down.