I was cleaning out some recently and I found an old Kindle E-Reader that I got many years ago as a present. A bit of research reveals that it’s a Kindle 4, so it’s 7-8 years old. However, the idea of an E-Reader with a no-glare screen seems like it should still work fine. This one still worked ok after I plugged it…
I found a lovely blue DB11 that someone just bought. No clue if it’s a V8 or V12, but either way it’s gorgeous.
When I moved into my dorm this year, I packed my car pretty full of stuff and drove to college with it. Now I’m not sure how I’m gonna get everything home again. Why the issue you ask? Well, if you’ll recall, back in August I was driving this:
I feel like I’ve “captured” a ton of these. Luckily everyone was okay and they seemed to concur that the kid in the Honda ran the light.
This one’s a Pure Metal Silver Limited Edition M5. Stupid name, sure, but it’s kinda cool. It gets a unique paint color, which sure enough, resembles polished metal. It also gets more performance, with HP up from 560 to 591 and torque also getting bumped up. Hell, even Competition Pack M5 only got bumped up to 575hp.…
You may have noticed that it’s a bit late in the year to be searching for a summer internship, but I am in fact still looking. I’m really hoping I get this one because it’s car-related. Picture of the Mini I drove back during spring break, which is somewhat related.
I just had a brief exchange with the folks at Wagonmaster, and they confirmed that this immaculate 1989 Grand Wagoneer which I found last year, and which I ranked at the 7th coolest car I saw in 2017, was indeed one of their builds. That means that it basically resides at the pinnacle of the already drool-worthy Grand…
And I didn’t get the memo.
There is nothing I would change about this car. It is perfection on four wheels. Price: If you have to ask, you can’t afford it.
Gotta love a Bugeye Sprite.