Not surprisingly, no such test done on the F355. Surprisingly, I did find a pic of a real-life crash that ended similarly.
Happy new year! I think this is my first post of 2018, but I realised while getting gas that I don’t have a photo of the fuel filler cap.
Haven’t gone this far on one tank before! I only fill around 12 gal so that’s a whopping.........
One of my favourite photos that I have taken of this car. June 2017.
A while back, the Cantonese-speaking members of my local car club started a group chat to shoot the bull in our ancestral tongue.
A tree cutout every other parking stall. Front AND rear trees, adding extra width!! Practically every space is an end space.
Wheels were dirty from a video shoot some weeks ago, so I finally gave them a wash.
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.