Driver’s rear wheel bearing is börked. Car currently has “dynamic” rear camber and toe. Taking the car over to the mechanic tonight so it’ll hopefully be ready for AutoX on Sunday.
An “automatic Mustang or Similar”. Guy at the desk told me that “we don’t have a Mustang but we have a Fiesta Sport. Don’t worry, it’s still an automatic.”
I once rented a “Hyundai Elantra or Similar” and ended up with a manual Challenger Scat Pack.
Because I have acquired a RallyX car, which I ran at our event yesterday.
We found a tank.
So glad the weather has cleared up enough to actually ride.
An April fools joke that has unintentionally become a permanent feature in our office.
This is the only photo I took, because the rest of the museum is half “2002 clk convertible owned by Britteney Spears” and half “classic car dealership with cars at 2X market price”
We often have “Lunch n Learns” where a rep from a company will come in and “educate” you about their project. In return you usually get an AIA Continuing Education Unit credit and free lunch. Today’s was comically bad.
Kinda perfect level of patina.
Water pressure was high enough to wash away theconcrete “jersey barriers” separating traffic.
Door magnets don’t really work on my car...
The Triumph Bonneville Bobber is without a doubt in my mind the best looking bike on sale today.
All the graphics!
As great looking as the Miata is with the hardtop on, I’m really excited to get to drive it as a convertible again.
Brought the Trans Am out of AutoX retirement for our Women’s AutoX Fun Day event. It may not be anywhere near as nimble as the Miata, but damn does it look good in pictures.
“I’m gonna get ya.”
The Porsche prototypes have moved from the kitchen table to under the TV.