Wife and her former classmates had a mom-date, so I had the afternoon free.
Not K-Roll, but B-roll.
Crappy cookie-cutter kitchen faucet sprang a leak, so I bought a replacement.
One of the best ways to see an exotic car is out on the road, next to normal cars. IMO it’s much more impressive than seeing it at a car show or even at an exotic car gathering.
At its favourite watering hole, a nearby Shell that closely price-tracks the Safeway across the street.
Put the gauge cluster back in and washed the car yesterday. Time for a “test drive” to the gym and the cafe.
Bare metal, wires, sticky electrical tape
......is enjoying a good cup of Taiwanese milk tea with a view of Pininfarina’s finest.
Dimmer wire connection tightened (yellow arrow).
My dimmer switch may have a loose connection, as my interior dash and centre console lights have gone out to lunch again. So I spent an hour getting the gauge pod out of the car.
I’ve been feeling like I should try to fit in better with the crowd.
Hope you all had a good weekend. Went on a group drive on Sunday, about 15-20 cars. One of them was a 1995 F355 Berlinetta in the rare Rosso Barchetta (a darker shade of red). It also has an F355 Challenge rear grille and a Capristo exhaust.
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!