Had a severe vacuum leak on the Saab that was causing it to die at idle. The carburetor base plate was loose on one side, and since it is held to the carb with screws from the bottom, I had to pull it off the engine to tighten it up.
Official upload, for free. I haven’t seen it since the 90's. What a weird idea for a movie.
Taken with an Exakta VX500 on Kodak Ektar.
Charlie Sheen drives a 1968 Saab 95, and battles aliens, in what is a surprisingly entertaining movie - with a few laughably badly aged special effects.
this is my lyfestyle...this wat owning a car is all about, pry it from my cold dead hand
I have several boxes of these plugs, that were in the Saab stuff I rescued last year. I’d never actually opened them to see the plugs - so was surprised to see they’re painted white all over. Weird! But pretty.
Seriously though, I know we’ve all liked to joke about donald being “crazy” but I’m now 100% convinced he is seriously mentally ill.
content warning: old man makes fun of pro-lifers.
Cadillac’s early cars came equipped with copper water jackets, each cylinder jacketed separately. Must have cost a fortune to make, even in 1908.
Keeping the selective yellow bulb covers in. It looks pretty cool in real life. Electrical system is about 90% functional now. Floor mounted dimmer switch is cool.
Can you go camping with a kotatsu? Find out in this video.
I spend several days deciphering an indecipherable wiring diagram and tracing wires, cleaning connections, and grounds to figure out why the alternator light on the ‘68 Saab wouldn’t come on.
I was not planning on making a video, but unexpectedly had a day off. So had some time to waste.
Great video showing a 1928 Trojan van. The Trojan car was an extremely unorthodox design with a long history. Designed in the 1910's, WWI meant the start of production was delayed for several years. By the time Trojans started hitting the streets they were peculiarly outdated. Mid-engined and solid tired, the cars…
Photos from the second lap (when gotta go fast) posted on facebook - look at that sand.
somebody posted a bunch of photos on the gambler facebook page, which included some shots of the Saab.