Ridiculously Tiny. Ridiculously Easy to Change.
Spraying the “Snake Oil” on the new Mustang’s headlights. Details after the jump.
1000 miles on the odometer in the lower left corner. Let the fun begin...
This sticker is on the door jamb of my Mustang...
Dontcha just love hitting “milestones” on your car’s odometer?
It’s witchcraft, I tell ya!
Question from me to insurance agent: “Will insurance cost me a ton of money?” Answer from agent: “You’re old and have good credit... so no.”
...and it is related to my screen name.
*OK, a bit more than a day-trip. A day-and-a-fifth-trip. Details after the jump.
87675 miles and this OEM pad was still 8mm thick. Yes, the others were slightly thinner.
... on a John Deere “D”. Yes kids, this is how it was done “back in the day”. And today, apparently.
Spotted this classic out at the local Wally-World. Unfortunately, it saw its shadow, went back in the garage and we now have six more weeks of winter. Traditional Groundhog Day supper after the jump...
License plate? “FLT PLN” of course!
Found some old pics of an old project. I’m an amateur garage machinist, so be kind... The custom rod is at the top of the picture, with a stock cast rod at the bottom.
Small block Chevy, blower, dual 4 barrels w/ velocity stacks, and
open headers zoomies (Thanks Token_Liberal!). In a T-bucket. Yes sir, I see the need for the steamroller sized tires on back... well done. Well done, indeed.
...and it was an EXCELLENT experience.
I had completely forgot about the ThunderCougarFalconBird until I saw it on TV this afternoon. Now I want one. That is all.
Even though I think a Five-Oh would be great, I really do like my Three Point Seven.
Out of stainless steel. Just because.
So enjoy a picture of me hooning the fatbike in the snow while wearing flannel and barn boots. That is all.