Across the alley from my Doctor is an old Oldsmobile dealer. There is a nice 442, and a pristine Ford tractor in their show room?
Hint: The make is Japanese
I was assembling a new desk, so Suki needed to help. Manny was jealous of me taking a picture of Suki, so he photo bombed the picture.
These are the best of my few photos. It was a fun but very hot time. We left a bit early because a storm was rolling in.
I’ve come to the conclusion that everything under “Structure Rebel” is a pie not a sandwich.
It will be my first time seeing the Koffin Kats even though I’ve been listening to them for over a decade. Yesterday was the first time I’ve listened to the Goddamn Gallows; I like what I heard.
The front page article on the convertible ATS reminded me, I always thought a hardtop coupe version of the 9-3 convertible would have looked wicked sexy.
These are my yard bunnies. I check on them each morning since I found them. Also my car reached a new milestone.
Today my current obsession has me looking into buying a frozen motor for a car I don’t own. At $100 I am thinking why not? I want to get a Bellett, LUV, and/or rwd I-Mark, so this may or may not ever be useful.
Today is a day for naps.
Renault 5 / LeCar warehouse find
Danuvia was a Hungarian motorcycle company. They were owned by the truck maker Csepel. Danuvia manufactured tools. I think development of the Danuvia motorcycle started in 1948 and production was from 1954-1966. There is no English wiki page.
Is this the perfect enthusiast mini truck? Diesel, 4 speed manual, and 4x4, seems perfect to me.
The Suzuki Jimny rebadged as the Mazda AZ-Offroad was available in Japan from at least 1998-2013. I just sent an email to Mazda USA asking if the new 2019 model will be available in the US in 2019 or 2020. Lets bombard them with requests. The U.S. loves its little Jeeps, so if we convince them we are doing them and…
The SWM Gordini, the restoration is not scheduled to be completed until next year.
What started as a love for Belletts has also become a desire for a rwd I-Mark.
I’ve never seen higher than 32 psi on a tire pressure tag. Are newer cars running higher pressures for better fuel economy? Is this a common thing for low profile tires? What are your experiences?
I am posting this just for the interesting louver design. This popped up as I was searching for Buick Opels, and this is one of those adds with annoying random manufacturer names.