I needed bonding time with Rooster in a bad way.
This morning I left the house at 7:45 am. That’s an unusually early time for this small business owner. Usually I roll out between 8:30 and 9. After 9am – the highways in North Dallas are empty enough not to feel congested and my drive time to the office is less than half of what it would be any time before 9am. But this morning I wasn’t headed south…
June 28th, 2012 — Drives
A small change from the usual wrenching and toy photos: a drive! Sharka and Flipper tackle some foothills and the infamous Sandia Crest Road.
A review of Project-G’s new leather goods, a shift boot and vintage-fit brake boot. Be warned, there’s a lot of gushing.
June 24th, 2012 — Guest Blogs
Part Two of this journey is our drive up to Denver where my wife will hang out with friends whilst I’m stuck working. She’ll then fly home and I’ll start the drive back with another lay over in Albuquerque where the Three Amigos will finally be able to meet up and do some drives!
June 18th, 2012 — Spotlight
Time for another spotlight post! This time, the light is cast on a nearly-quarter-million-mile-old 92 named Flipper. Flipper belongs to my buddy Stoly (as you might have surmised from his excellent guest post.)
June 17th, 2012 — Guest Blogs
Follow Stoly as he drives from Texas to New Mexico and beyond in his NA named Flipper. This will be updated as he drives, so keep checking back.
Some new vent ring finishes and a contest that can get you some cheap gauges? Check it out.
I’ve not done an install and parts review for a while. I figured it was about time. And I’ve got a good one. The brand new Track Dog Racing Radical air splitter for NA Miatas with the factory airdam.
May 24th, 2012 — Wheels
Sharka Star Shark Star Specs! Sharka Star Shark Star Specs! Sharka Star Shark Star Specs! Sharka Star Shark Star Specs! okay… I’m starting to get cross-eyed typing that. Shoulda copied and pasted…
May 21st, 2012 — Sharka pix
My hometown of Albuquerque was apparently the premier place to watch the May 2012 annular eclipse. The path of maximum coverage passed right through the city and full coverage (97%) was set to happen very near the horizon. Photographers came from all over the country to catch it.
So yeah, of course I wanted to shoot my car under this sky.