There’s a small pad on the back of each seat to keep it from smashing the rear wall of the carbon tub. My preferred driving position is as far back as it will recline.
80F, no clouds and This:
The guy spends far too much time and uses a rather petty, repetitive tone. But I’ve never understood why the US DOT has such glaring shortcomings in regulating automotive lighting.
Was cleaning the cars (merely cleaning, not quite Svending), so I took a quick chance to take a pic of them together before neighbours could get around to complaining.
Been a month since his last post; just want to make sure he is well into his bucket list, and also check if there’s anything our community here can do for him.
Have one of my favourite angles of the car!
And Happy Fourth to the ‘Muricans here. After the long-winded write-up on driving the 4C, we are now back to regular scheduled programming of questionable quality...
Sorry for the delay. I still haven’t gotten my new-to-me car registered in CA—I have a temporary permit and the applications have been filed. Insurance is also pending; I wonder if I shouldn’t have written the vehicle make as “Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili.”
I’m a superficial hypocrite. I keep saying that I will write about its performance and its character, but I keep going back to pictures and how it looks like NSFW on wheels. Fortunately, unlike my wife this car can’t talk back. Yet.
This technically isn’t the first time I’ve taken a 4C up my local mountain roads, but it’s the first time for my car.
A bit lazy on words for now, but I will write on driving impressions soon. I’ve cleaned it up because it was unbelievably filthy (I will never ship a nice sports car on an open trailer again, unless it’s from within CA and not during winter).
Truck was stuck in traffic so it arrived well into the evening.
Mistress had her final detailing session today.
I will freely admit that the 512TR was my dominant childhood dream car (with the F355 playing “beta dream car”), but holy $33k engine rebuild.
Last week I also drove an R8 with a manual transmission and an open-gate shifter.
It’s a workout for sure, but a blast to drive. Also, yellow coupes are super rare (it was a colour introduced for the Spider).
Anyone know a mobile mechanic that can do a PPI on a car in Topeka, KS, preferably one that is familiar with sports and other specialty cars?
One interesting about Jaguar’s infotainment is that the media display supports non-Latin languages. That’s still a rare thing in cars.