February 24th, 2014 — Toys
This one is a comic book review of the Transformers MTMTE ongoing series. I know, a comic review on a car blog. WTF am I thinking? Seriously, the book is that good.
I’ve been asked a few times “What does robot cut mean?” in reference to my gauges. And, for the first time, I’m lifting the curtain and showing how it’s done.
I’ve backspaced over the first sentence a dozen times. I’ve got no idea what to say that won’t sound like an insane person gushing over his car and daughter. I’m just ever so proud, you guys. EVER. SO. PROUD!
My little girl got to ride in Sharka for the first time. And SHE LOVED IT!!!
December 17th, 2012 — Toys
I have a confession to make. I’ve not played with a Hot Wheels car since I was in the single digit age range. After childhood, I just never went back to them. And, to be perfectly honest, they were never my favorite toys. That slot was reserved for my beloved Transformers.
But I think that’s because my childhood Hot Wheels never looked like THIS!
April 20th, 2012 — Toys
I got a new toy. Er, new toys plural. And then I spent two days transforming it and taking photos. No Miata content, just gorgeous Japanese plastic.
My family has a new member. And for the first time, she doesn’t have four wheels or four feet. I’m beyond proud to show off my new baby girl here on my blog. And her room!
October 26th, 2011 — Photos
About a week ago, a couple buddies contacted me about a trip to Albuquerque’s abandoned AT&SF railyard. I’d not been to the railyard all year. The movie industry has been filming in there almost constantly all summer. But things seem to settle down a bit in the fall, so we took a chance and got together a half hour before sunrise, cameras in hand.
September 18th, 2011 — Toys
Sharka stayed in the garage today. Instead I took out my newest car – an Audi Quattro WRC. It gets incredible mileage. If only it had a bit more room…
August 7th, 2011 — Non-Miata Car Pix
So. There I was in Las Vegas (the New Mexico one, not the other one) in the middle of a huge motorcycle rally. My wife and I drove up to catch a flick at the Fort Union Drive-In and had no idea there would be 7.5 million motorbikes in the town square. We also had no idea that we were staying at the hotel that was hosting the event.
I had my camera. I like things with wheels and motors. Doesn’t matter to me if there are 2 wheels or 4 wheels. So I started shooting.
Vintage Transformers on a new kind of Polaroid film from The Impossible Project.