It’s Monday again. Keep back 7 Feet, at least
I look around the backyard for a forgotten Diecast, one that’s had its time to shine and now sits outside waiting to become one with the earth again.
Project Complete: Adding USB outlets connected to the radio ignition power source because the ones in the equinox are directly to the fuse panel / battery.
As I took the photos the creator came out and popped the hood for me. Made it all himself. Engine / front clip from a 98 Neon, hood from a S-10, ford grille, Yamaha something forks, seat from tractor supply co, made the back seat himself with tool boxes underneath. Basically he made an MR2 that steers with motorcycle…
I mean.... it’s gotta be a replica, right?
Give me that insurance money, this car’s got flood damage.
Sod farm and irrigation sprinklers in the flood waters of the Mississippi. The river is still about 2.5 miles as the crow flies.
Stand aid 1503 (I’d guess) and I’m not sure what to do with it. It’s old and the batteries are likely dead.
With the back of my house facing west we get scorching afternoon sun through our back sliding door.
Cheaper to rent than keep your own fleet. “Work Truck” with 2,6xx miles.
August 1936 must have been windy.
The couple left behind a bunch of stuff, a whole bunch of photos too, not many were of cars, but I’ll start sharing the ones that were.
Let me introduce you to the Pointersaurus, from Pointers Pizza in St. Louis. 28” pizza
We always get a kick out of it.
Or you didn’t see it and smacked your head.
To eat as soon as you get out of work and hands are dirty.
As soon as I got it out of the truck, with the help of my wife, started filling it up. One light is burnt out, but I’ll likely put a led strip in.
Is this typical for most aircraft? This is a Learjet C-21A, the other stratotanker I had seen in Topeka seems to have exposed screws as well, but Phillips head. I just find it interesting, I don’t actually mind the exposed fasteners. The only planes I’m up close to are like these, on display stores outside. More…