I’ve finally sat down and added up all of the costs of the F355 that I incurred over my ownership period which lasted 3 years and 10 months, and drove for a total of about 10,000 miles.
Today some neighbourhood realtors sponsored a dumpster day, so I got rid of an old garden hose (because it leaks in 5 places, and also because I no longer have a garden) and this classic gem for those of you familiar with my F355 stories:
Took them long enough, but it was thoroughly entertaining to watch people critique my car. Some very cool aerial drone shots.
Mistress had her final detailing session today.
It’s in the shop with a bad power steering pump, but it is now officially spoken for.
Nice car. What’s the retail on one of those?
First of all, PSA: Display names can now be changed and saved. Somebody fixed it.
DC2 Integra Type R, stock-looking, in need of a wash. I did set off its alarm by parking there, and that definitely sounds aftermarket.
Gaming consoles had 16-bit processors, and Ferrari interiors were not much more than acres of cowhide and crappy Fiat switchgear.
Hope all are having a relaxing and fulfilling Easter Sunday!
Forgot to post one of the better photos from yesterday. Meow got a profile shot, so Neigh should get one too.
After weeks of unreliable weather (also a dangerous phenomenon in California known as precipitating dihydrogen monoxide), the sun has finally shown itself today.
Not surprisingly, no such test done on the F355. Surprisingly, I did find a pic of a real-life crash that ended similarly.
Happy new year! I think this is my first post of 2018, but I realised while getting gas that I don’t have a photo of the fuel filler cap.
Haven’t gone this far on one tank before! I only fill around 12 gal so that’s a whopping.........
One of my favourite photos that I have taken of this car. June 2017.
A while back, the Cantonese-speaking members of my local car club started a group chat to shoot the bull in our ancestral tongue.
A tree cutout every other parking stall. Front AND rear trees, adding extra width!! Practically every space is an end space.