I finally got a good picture of this clean but slightly faded Dodge Ramcharger on a nice long walk this Thursday afternoon. The Ramcharger is not a common vehicle at all, so I always enjoy seeing this well maintained example around. Don’t worry, the no parking sign refers to a different section of the road that is closed off at certain times for bus loading.
They have a 5 series wagon as well. And its not the only one about.
This lovely blue longroof isn’t usually streetparked, but messing with the camera settings made this shot turn out annoyingly blurry.
Ooh, I have never seen this clean 944 around before. The owner had the sort of massive smile on his face that usually only a new ride can make, so I wish him the best.
I’ve seen a lot of G63 AMGs around, but this striking shade of off white made this one stand out.
This very well preserved 1995 Mazda Miata M Edition is a little far away, but I’ve documented it better in the past.
There are a lot of air cooled VW geeks around. This guy is always driving this bright yellow Thing around. The Acura RDX in that shade of purple is also uncommon enough to warrant inclusion.
Blurry Chevy and an old Jeep
I can’t tell if this is a very good or very redundant two car garage.
Magnum and a recent renovation.
Big cable truck on a small street.
Wide boi is long boi.
When’s the last time you saw a Chevy Lumina? It was in pretty good condition as well.
Mmmmmmmmmmm. Fiat. Mmmmmmm. Minty green something something something.
Oh, where was I?
I haven’t noticed a Crosstour for a while. Man, that is one ugly car. Old Volvo S80 too.
What is this? An Izuzu? A Mazda?
And now, let’s have some fun with garage to house size ratios.
Even more impressive. No, that house is exactly the size it appears to be and that garage is much larger than it appears to be.