|Gotta get the wheels turnin' on this blog.|
|If you can picture this without rims, axles, engine, trans, seats, twin scoop hood, and some of the floor, I could picture it becoming this car plus or minus the wheels. I'm a big fan of Ansen slotted mags.|
The rebirth of this blog, along with the name change, will bring more facets of the automotive culture into the posts found here. I'm still going to talk about the cool cars I have lodged in my head; that's the main point of doing this; for sanity's sake. I'm going to add posts about the builds I'm currently working on (or working toward working on, as the current case may be), posts about trips I've taken or am taking, posts about events and shows I'm attending, garage related stuff (because you need to have a place to work on these cars), crazy stuff I find working with cars and parts (we'll cover that in a second), car reviews, and write-ups about cars that I shoot.
|This was a customer from the parts store who had a pretty good looking car. She liked to work on it herself, which is pretty cool too. See more at my Facebook page|
|I'm very proud of this shot because of the subject and the photographer. I am driving my Vic here at the 2015 Car Craft Summer Nationals in their first year in my backyard in Milwaukee. This picture was downloaded off of CarCraft.com when they posted a page talking about the autocross that year. I got my car into a magazine... website! I'll take it! I'll tell you more later.|
|The Escape doesn't seem to have made the cut on this shot, but I only own the Vic anyways.|
|She's not done, not by a long shot, but she is miles ahead of where she was when I bought her. Also miles away from where I bought her. Future post...|
|This is a picture of the cars I owned when I was 17. Not terrible.|
|I know I only took this shot with my cell phone, but it still looks kick-ass.|
If I can quote another automotive journalist, "The road is calling; what are you gonna do about it."