Type: Posts; User: PJA
This is pretty much what we did. We bought a very early (Japan-built) Leaf that was a one owner car with 26k on it with ten battery bars for under five grand, out the door. We ended up liking it so...
I had completely blanked about this until my wife reminded me this weekend (the cars, not the event), but we got married (and had our reception) at the Marathon Motor Works here in Nashville....
You're very welcome! Let me know if you need any help or have any questions.
"GREAT GOOGLY MOOGLY"
I've worked for the museum in a couple of minor roles (like being a basement tour guide) and have volunteered for a number of years. Occasionally I'm asked to help with shuttling cars to and from...
I love that thing. It was around that time (2005? Ish?) that I got to see one (maybe the very same one?) at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale. I didn't sit in it, but I did have an...
Sure, if you wanted your family to sit on the side of the road waiting for a tow truck.
Thank you. One car for 21 years is admirable, kudos to you good sir.
As a connoisseur of ****ty cars, consider my interest piqued.
If its of any consolation, in my case quantity does not reflect overall quality.
Man, my neighborhood Kroger always seems to have a bunch of them. Non-blister pack, box packaging.
I cannot for the life of me find the MB VW Fastback anywhere.
Right? Probably have turned my mush brain into even more...mush.
Ha! Thanks Tom, good to hear from you, too! The E39 made an appearance on Instagram the other day for that decade challenge...
Sears dropped an old Saab of mine 8 feet off of a lift while “doing an alignment”.
Twenty years ago today, I opened this account on the VWVortex forums (I had lost two previous screen names to server crashes in May of 1998 and August of 1999, but I didn't post much at all, mostly...