Just finished throwing new pads and rotors on the ‘Vette last night. When I was shopping for new rotors (decided to buy new ones rather than taking the gamble of resurfacing my old ones), I came across these sweet drilled rotors on Summit for only a bit more than standard ones costed. Needless to say, I ponied up and… »
Lorenzo Bertelli is out of the hospital with no serious injuries after rolling over on SS10 of Rally Portugal. He is very fortunate, since he had to wait more than three hours for an ambulance after the crash.
-Lowered beltline, thus reducing height from 1525 mm to 1390 mm. Now it looks more like a spaceship, and less like a Trabant. »
After some more massaging of the firewall and trans tunnel, the M50B25 sits in the chassis with the hood closed. Lots of work left to get her road worthy, but it’ll be worth it in the end. »
I personally don’t think it’s that bad. I did not check if it has a stick shift, the model year, or what displacement it is.
I was getting caught up on all the action from this past weekend’s Rally Portugal, and found the YouTube channel for Lorenzo Bertelli’s rally team. His team already has the best team name in the WRC, “Fnckmatiè World Rally Team” (no matter how they spell Fnckmatiè we all know what it really is). Then I saw his team’s… »
Hello, Opponauts. I’m thinking about creating a series of videos for the interwebs on the history of certain cars with a lot of legacy attached to them. Think 911, Corvette, Mustang, M3, Skyline, etc. I’ll be trying to dig up info that most people don’t know and such, but one thing I need are photos (and video can’t… »
My apartment complex has shitty patio walls that were covered by shitty bushes but shitty management had the shitty bushes removed exposing the shitty bushes. »
It’s raining in central Texas again. We’re on track for the wettest May since they started keeping records in the late 1800s. We drove home today through some of the heaviest rain I’ve ever experienced (seriously, folks, if everybody is going 30 mph on the interstate, you really don’t need to drive with your flashers… »