Thats a Toyota Sera. pretty rare as they were only sold in Japan originally.
tunnels are cool... (ex Milwaukee Road Snoqualmie Tunnel from last summer...2.25 miles, opened in 1914)
Should check out the other parts of the Similkameen..
Laguna Seca Long Beach Blue BMW F87 M2 Coupe in “dapple” shade from yesterday.
Lest we forget the men of yesterday, who gave their todays, for our tomorrows.
My coworkers boyfriend does the landscaping for most of the homeowners that actually live there.
First spot = best spot!
Nice! I pulled the trigger on a contour, myself, not too long ago. I debated an ashiko, but it wouldn't have looked right in my interior.
Yep, this is correct - it was donated in 2003 as a training aircraft for airframe mechanics.
Repost for morning crew. This leg of the electric railway used to connect New Westminster to Chilliwack, and now we don’t even have rapid transit to most of Surrey. Opened in 1904, this branch made it possible to ride all the way from Marpole in Vancouver to Chilliwack, only changing trains once. This is the Fort…
Why do you own the car or cars that you do? Was it a choice, due to circumstances in life or did it choose you instead of you choosing it?
Figaro Figaro Figaro!
The car that you can’t identify is a Nash Metropolitan
July 7th, despite being only 26, I joined the rows of old men in lawn chairs and took my truck to its first show. I guarantee you there are things here you don’t see at your standard show and shine. Some awesome big rigs if that’s your thing. I hope everyone enjoys the photos!
Starred because you expressed the date in accordance with ISO 8601.
Repost for the weekday crowd.