Pleasant Thursday afternoon in CA. Finished a bunch of work meetings. Cheers!
Instrument gauge, centre console and A/C control backlights died all at once tonight. I started looking at fuse and relay diagrams.
This is still my favourite font from Ferrari. Looks so fast even without fake motion blur.
...my relatively baller friend, not me.
Hi all, I’ve wanted to do this for nearly a year now. I finally got around to hiring a local videographer (www.benrevzin.com) to do a short feature on my car.
The best lighting for car photos!
“So, this guy is interested in buying my car...”
Strange speed limits that I came across in nearby communities.
Closer, what, you scared?
Hope you all had a good weekend. I was able to get my shocks in on time for a fabulous drive!
I usually don’t post more than once on the same day.
Fantastic evening out here in the San Francisco Bay.
It’s my birthday tomorrow so I decided to be a douche and hit the nightlife with the Ferrari.
In bright sunlight the red actually stings my eyes.
Highlights from a drive/cruise/meet with five other F355s (and about twenty other cars).
Took some time to explore the former gravel quarry after which the park is named. There’s still some original equipment lying around, such as rail car wheels and some processing machinery. Some of the remnants have been repurposed as picnic chairs and fire pits.
Less talking, more pics. I had to cut out early for family stuff, so the driving itself wasn’t as much of an event as the fact that So. Many. F355s. Were. Gathered. Together. We must have set a record for 2017.
Some of the uncomfortable but gorgeous residents of the garage