A friend and I went to the Roadkill Zip-Tie Drags this past Friday/Saturday in Norwalk, OH. It was a good time.
Now that “Silicon Valley” and “Veep” have had their season finales, I’ve needed anotherTV show to occupy my time with, so I’ve gone back and started watching my favorite “Roadkill” episodes again, as well as ones I missed. Having just seen the Crop Duster episode again, I realize that was my favorite car. I love the…
It’s coarse, rough, and irritating, and it GETS INTO THE COMBUSTION CHAMBER IF YOU DON’T RUN AN AIR FILTER.
Should be a good time, going with a friend from college for both days in Ohio - June 30th/July 1st as spectators.
I usually don’t share dashcam clips, but I had too much fun making this one today:
Chevy Impala Custom vs. a Subaru WRX turned into a Ute!! Who wins, who looses? Who the fuck cares!?!?!?
And episode 52 is the greatest video I’ve ever seen.
After 10 months of ownership, I finally got my first kill. Going up a 4-lane road at 45 mph or so, I saw what looked like a woodchuck running headlong across the road. I gave a toot, but it was too late, and we bounced over the poor critter. RIP Woody.
Roadkill on Netflix! When did this happen?
The Mazdarati, Stubby Bob, Muscle Truck, General Maintenance, and the Hot Rod Garage project Atomic Van:
Update numero 3 for the now coined “Adventurevette” that I bought in New Orleans and quickly broke after 30 minutes. If you haven’t been following along on the chaos the first 2 posts are below.
After the epic failure that was driving this pile from New Orleans back home to St. Louis I found some time to work on it last night.
Warning, this is a bit of a long read:
Opened my new issue of RoadKill magazine, and who’s memorable yellow bug do I see? Monsoon Torcheeseky, of course!
Roadkill night was a blast. They may have lost to GMG, but I think we all won in the long run.
Didn’t get the pulley on 100% even. So. Much. Vibration.