It was a red thing. I think maybe it was a Lambo? »
They were pretty thourough about it too. Even had an M-sport shift knob (with HIDEOUS bright red shift boot) »
So g/f is on travel to visit her family in SE England. Short notice family emergency so I did not attend. Her family lives about an hour from Goodwood. Because she’s a sweet girlfriend and knows I am interested in any cars she might see, she sends me photos of any she spots. Thus far: »
I took the photo on my way home. The owner was working under the hood earlier in the day, then parked it under the trees in his front yard. I couldnt help but take a photo »
Spotted a whale tail targa and some heavy American iron in front of our hotel. Some bonus pics follow. I can say, with little doubt, that the traffic here is some of the worst I have been in. Not saying that to be dramatic. Just the facts. It’s bad. Great people, lots of history and good food though.
An Ithacan Afternoon. Pristine Synchro + CRX Si. Both from the west coast, no surprise. Dogelopnik bonus because they aren’t (too) slobbery for once, though my boy-dog took the paper towel I was using to wipe him off in protest.
I had a 6 hour layover in Amsterdam in my way to Istanbul. Lovely city, but the streets looked like they partied hard last night. While walking I spotted two interesting cars. First is this 2CV that had been around the world. Check the window markings. »
I saw this car at my local Nissan dealer. What I found amusing is the hood was up like cars are normally advertised on used car lots. Because there is no motor to display (only a frunk), I found it amusing. »