After sufficiently abusing my Miata turbo, I wanted to purchase a different analog sports car now that I could afford a bit more. I had previously had a C5 Z06 and loved the tractability and durability of the car, but wanted something a bit more unique and special this time.
So many beautiful old cars, just hanging around. So many lovely Toyotas.
Ford V8, big turbo(s), and smoking like a train out the exhaust. Basically the same car.
Harry Potter and the Sorceror’s Stone.* live orchestra accompanying a screening of the film. John Williams writes hard music.
Hey! Remember the really cool car I showed you yesterday? What do you mean you didn’t notice it? It was right here!
A short array of photos from Friday at Goodwood in the interesting weather.
Is really easy to drive. And I got to find this out by being lucky enough to be given a chance to drive a TVR Chimera. Yes I am writing this from the grave. But seriously it was surprisingly intuitive even with still driving on the right side of the road it was easy to handle and shifting with your left hand instead…
I’d like to express my thoughts and feelings about the new TVR Griffith in gif form.
Gird your loins with truth and thunder, my friends. I bring thee pictorial tidings of a most glorious and gorgeous revival. A link to the details is provided at the bottom.
Saw Rob Paulson (Pinky and Yakko) at dragoncon. Super nice guy and as talented as can be.
Last weekend I took the old boy’s 1968 Rolls-Royce along to Auckland’s version of Cars & Coffee and dusted off my camera as I wandered around.
Stefbait after the jump!
Very nice, but you put it on the wrong side.
I finally got some different wheels for my VX220 in the lotus 16/17 spec and what better way to break them in by racing around a track and had some great weather for it too, much better than sitting behind a desk working
it’s a sunset, but now with sheep!
Yesterday my girlfriend and I drove up to Squamish and went to the West Coast Railway Association Heritage Park, which is the second largest railway museum in Canada. Because of the location, this one has a strong focus on the Pacific Great Eastern/British Columbia Railway. For those who don’t know, the PGE was…
This was my work truck for the day.