Dug into the Golf and did theinlet O2 this afternoon. It was stuck in worse than anything I’ve ever tried to turn, and thanks to a sway bar and the car only being on ramps, I couldn’t use a breaker bar. I ran to Lowes and bought a 7/8 wrench (how is that the only size we don’t have between three normal toolboxes and…
...said my brother. The Vortex was split 50/50 on it- either it’ll be amazing, or terrible.
Mk3, 130k miles, Cabrio interior.
Found a decently clean MkIII Golf today. I didn’t see anything major on any free sites, but it wouldn’t hurt to see if there were any maintenance (or smog) info on it.
Wake up at 10:30, go to the township memorial day service, help my old BSA troop put away all the chairs from the service, sit out on the patio with my dog and a guitar all afternoon, nap, cook some burgers, and relax.
Temptations... a 97 3000gt, manual, awd. No pics under the hood, or really much by way of description.
The VPG MV-1, a bespoke car specifically designed to shuttle disabled people. Had a ramp that rolled out from under the floor- very cool.
If you find yourself in Dayton, Ohio and have a few hours to kill, I highly recommend America’s Packard Museum. It’s open daily from noon to 5 and you can easily spend every minute here with the massive collection of Packards and memorabilia. The (volunteer) docents are highly knowledgeable and a joy to talk to,…
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Worked the late shift. My car. Last in the lot.
So, here’s a question about work quality and pay. Say there’s a job that normally pays 3.5 hours, but as warranty work, pays 1.5 (I really think this is shitty. Charge customers less, but still pay the mechanics...). In reality, the job takes 3 hours. Would you say if warranty work comes in and you actually want to…
I knew it was small, but wow.
Until you open the hood, it contains both a d13b and a k20a.
Whatup. I’m sure that like many of you, I’ve been walking or driving somewhere and seen one of these abominations.