It’s time. At roughly 100 pictures and thousands of words, the finish line looms.
* I should have known better
The machines are taking over. The first step in their world domination is to pose as innocent enthusiasts selling unique and rare vehicles to scam us out of our hard earned money. What follows is one of the most ignorant text message dialogues I’ve ever had with a
seller bot on Craigslist.
Now this is just a cool photo of a jdm Nissan.
There are many forms of automotive expression. There are none more contradictory about safety and hazardous behavior than driving a caged car on the street. It’s like putting on a hard hat, shoulder pads, and a mouth guard, yet filming yourself jumping off a bridge into shallow, boiling water. This was, and remains,…
Car based pickups are a wonderful thing. (Well, I prefer the term ute or bakkie, but in Australia and South Africa those terms have assimilated so that all pickups are called that, and it may be confusing for an Australian to hear how utes are a dying breed. So I have to use car based pickup. Annoying.)
Mum’s Nissan has a new home in our driveway. However, its change in venue has already had repercussions.
I don’t particularly enjoy crusty, rusty, ooey-gooey, greasy, oily hot mess project cars (or do I?). But I’ll do anything for a fun Nissan. I am a Nissan fanboy after all. It’s a problem I have, and one that I’ll share with you in the 1989 Nissan 240sx that I built. It was an adventure that started with a $300 …
1 of 500 factory RHD convertibles
‘Pick any car in that line’, the attendant said pointing to a row of vehicles. I looked to see one 2018 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk, two 2017 Nissan Frontier Pro-4X’eses, and one 2017 Nissan Rogue SL AWD. I have a wife, two children, and enough baggage to scare any bell hops away at the gate. Guess which vehicle we…
I’ve been driving the rental Rogue around for about a week. In true fashion it has made me feel more rebellious, and... Rogueish...?