It might be the 82 Crossfire but these still look great.
Have a good Saturday.
(It’s a new year and soon Ill release a new list of affordable Ferrari track eaters, in the meanwhile enjoy this classic list of sports cars and widow makers which are still hard to replace, although there are some new contenders. Stay tuned for my updated list on Friday morning.)
I think I fucked it up. Meh. Got to take off the plastic wrapping when this got here this morning, then toy around with it in the photo booth and drive around the back lot. I still think the suspension is too soft on these. Absolutely amazing other than that, even with the autobox. The paint is garbage. GM is the King…
Took some pictures with my big boy DSLR. I doubt I’ll ever edit these or anything so here are some jpegs straight from the camera (crappy laptop cannot into Lightroom/RAW).
Went to the Exotics @ RTC show this morning, where I saw many cool cars and a lot of people, but failed to meet up with any of the other Opponauts who went too. In addition to the veritable flood of Lambos, Ferraris, and Porsches, there were some rare and unique things there—I think my favorites were a Rauh-Welt…
Hi Oppo! I haven’t been around at all lately, but I figured I’d update finally. Life is crazy, but I’ve been managing to excel since moving out.
I’m honestly surprised I haven’t been banned from Carmax by now. I use Carmax like I use Best Buy: a place to try out new toys before I inevitably buy them for a better price somewhere else, or don’t buy them at all. Actually that’s not really fair...I sometimes buy things at Best Buy.
Ask an average American gearhead what the greatest nameplates ever stamped out of a GM-owned die press are, and he or she will likely give you the same two answers. In fact if you were to poll a random collective of American gearheads as to what some of the greatest automotive nameplates ever are, you’re likely to see…
Some turned out well, some could’ve benefited from a better lens, most would’ve benefited from a better technique. Oh well.
Am I crazy for thinking this livery looks better than the factory Corvette Racing ones?
Just a few photos I took at a car show late this past summer. The short story is that I was waiting in town to meet friends and I noticed a small car show going on. It was golden hour and all I had was my phone so even though I was limited I couldn’t pass it up! Enjoy!
Previously spotted on Vehicles of Qualicum Beach: a Jeep Wrangler with the vanity plate “Q BEACH”.
Had some free time so decided to play some Forza and take some new pics, here are the results
Thank you, Corvette Racing, for the awesome battle to the line. It’s amazing to see that after 24 Hours the two Corvettes were separated by about half a car.
I was going to post this as a comment here but figured it would be better as its own post. Working at a dealership gives me daily access to every vehicle currently made by GM. Here are my impressions of them all, starting with the super-cheap and working up.
This is on our showroom floor.
Shame on me! Seems like $15k will get you something running, $20k will get you something clean, and $25k will get you a showroom piece. Damn, I hope these don’t appreciate this decade. Who am I kidding, I know in less than two years all these prices will be $5k higher. Hopefully everyone keeps looking at the Japanese…
I never got collision or comprehensive insurance on the Miata because, being a 20 year old guy I figured I’d be paying $150 per month for the peace of mind that if I ever hit something it would get fixed. After my recent collision that is going to cost me in the thousands to fix I decided to humor myself and quote…
Looking forward to reading this review. It seems, however, that the result has been spoiled.