Hi everyone,I thought I would start looking around for a way to get an eBook cover done. I am about ready to start that part of the writing process.If all goes well, which I expect it to, I would be…Continue
Good morning and happy Sunday folks!I am have done this with my own cars and am quite happy with the results. The headlights and car looks better; safety, appearance and even sale-ability comes from…Continue
Good day folks,I have an issue with my hosting company right now (bluehost) and am ready to move. My SQL info was merged or taken over by another domain. Two months ago, I was hit with a virus and…Continue
This is a more light-hearted question for you. Do you have a humorous automotive story to share? Something clean of course. Something like, you either asked someone or someone asked you to pick up some headlight fluid or a muffler bearings while at the Car Parts Store since you were out?
As for me, one story that pops up once in a while was that when I was much younger and attending the local junior college, I worked in an Auto Parts Store here in Florida. It was…
What would you consider the greatest innovation in your own automotive history? What is that one or two things that you have benefited from directly? I know, not a grand set of questions, but just something to keep the juices flowing. I would say for myself, two things. The first would be Air Conditioning since I live here in Florida. The second would most likely be Cruse Control. It does make long trips that much nicer for myself and usually for the car.
Thanks and have a great…Continue
Good day everyone. I have another questions for today. Who was your greatest influence in developing your car passion? Was this person a parent, sibling, aunt or uncle, friend, mechanic or someone else altogether? What impact do you think this individual, or even group, have on your future?
I think my Uncle Dave was probably my first and biggest influence. I was quite young, probably four or five years old when this started. He had all of the car magazines, car…
This is just a fun question for the day. What is the one car you still wish you had?
Mine, the 1965 Pontiac GTO, of course. It had a tri-power 389, M-21 four-speed manual transmission and was a whole lot of fun.