Vintage Transformers on a new kind of Polaroid film from The Impossible Project.
May 2nd, 2011 — Polaroid
I lugged my huge tripod and two cameras all over the Las Vegas Strip at night. My reward was six beautiful squares of chemicals, plastic, and memories.
February 20th, 2011 — Toys
The newest member of the revlimiter.net fleet: a pewter MK1 MR2. A very very small MR2. Smaller than a US quarter. Check it out!
February 7th, 2011 — Toys
I picked up the latest Transformer from the Masterpiece line this past weekend, MP-09 Rodimus Prime. And I just had to put him on my blog. Come inside, Transformers fans. The energon is on me.
I have a confession to make. I’m a bit of a nerd.
I’ll let that one sink in for a minute or two. I’m sure it comes as a surprise to many of my friends and readers.
A small Christmas gift addressed to my car and a few WALL-E pix. Check it out!
I acquired a new steering wheel for my collection the other week. But this post is not about that. I’ll have a post dedicated to that beauty soon. This post is about the wild idea I had when trying to figure out storage for my steering wheel collection.
See, I’d been using a shelf in the garage. The wheels were all protected in their original Momo and Nardi boxes, but they were still out in the garage. Not the best place for such beautiful objects. And definitely not where I wanted to store my new M2 steering wheel. It is such a piece of art.
And that’s when the idea hit me. Art. It deserves to hang on the wall.
Expired Polaroids? Yeah. Vintage photographic magic that was good to the last ca-click-wurrrrr. (Very little automotive content. Just little rectangles.)
A small seasonal greeting. Some people send Christmas cards. I do blog posts.
A lot of pix (maybe too many) detailing the restoration of a broken Transformers G1 Shockwave. Yes, I’ve got a soft spot for old toys as well as old Miatas.