Any other northern folks having a serious case of the winter driving blues? My poor car is tucked away for the winter and, damnit, I miss it.
So as you all know, I was in the market for a replacement car... and I was recently tempted by a 2005 Volvo V50:
At least for a couple of years.
A few days of waiting to see if our landlords pansy-ass spinner traps would work, and I decided to take matters into my own hands with my own unique set of skills. Caught one the very first night. Right through the skull. Bitch had it comin'.
On behalf of Broncos and Panthers fans across the nation, we sincerely apologize for hogging the Super Bowl. It must be torture for the rest of you to have to watch a Super Bowl that doesn’t involve a big-market team like the Pats, the Giants, Cowboys, etc.
We opted for the H&R Cup Kit, with some Team Dynamics wrapped in Dunlop Direzzas. You can check out our progress in the latest episode:
Still making money, but if we could get back to $4/gallon gas, that would be great.
With completely random pictures I saved from the internet from like, 2012...
I’ll admit. I’m not the Francophile of so many of the Jalops around here, but I mean really. Whoever built this deserves a prize.
I recently found out about a red fiat Seicento sporting (like the one in the photo, only worse) fairly close to me for £120; the seller says it’s been sat a while and needs a new battery and some bodywork (think really nasty paint, dents on the bumpers and so on) but it can run. I’ve been considering it, but I’m not…
And considering that the car itself is pretty much impossible to find nowadays in the first place, the book itself is even worse than that!!! 44 pages of pure rotary turboing experimentation :)
Because the word accident can mean:
Taurinia (Italy) c1907
and got a little creative.