Saturday, May 30, 2020

I don't think this dealership understands that most people don't want another payment right now, not until after unemployment levels drop, and we get back to work, etc

there must be a good list of speeding ticket excuses somewhere...

a concept that I haven't heard of before, but makes sense as cops around San Diego hide in the slow lane on 6 and 8 lane interstates, and all the traffic that can see them does the speed limit while people about to get speeding tickets zip past in the fast lane

here's another innovative idea, spray bedliner (Line X, Rhino Liner) as undercoat in your wheel wells, etc.

probably good for noise insulation, heat insulation, and of course, impact resistance

https://www.facebook.com/groups/210191626378799/permalink/651216742276283/

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I've seen a of crazy stuff, but this is new to me

5 inch six pack scoop, two hundred bucks from Glas Tek


not the whole hood, just the scoop. So, that's disappointing.  I'm not looking to buy an effing hood, then a bigger scoop, then try and make it look factory built. Who needs that kind of pressure to make a cool hood that will look great at the show or strip?

Might as well buy a 6 pack hood and then cut and section a couple extra inches into it

https://www.facebook.com/groups/996045710517424/permalink/2806996569422320/

"Lincoln Sportsman" woody, started being made per order in 1952, and this is a '55.

Great googly moogly

funniest thing I've read today

and laid two 30 foot rubber marks on my residential street that my wife does not appreciate as much as I do.

http://www.dodgecharger.com/forum/index.php?topic=111189.0;all

if you're going to have loud exhaust, don't piss off your neighbors. They WILL get revenge. Now, lets see what the next step will be? Will it be what's behind door number 1? (pisses off neighbors again, gets shot when driving by loudly) or door number 2? (gets a stock exhaust installed and lives through 2020)


construction expanding foam. That's effing genius. It IS a single moment permanent solution to someone that's pissed you off with ridiculously loud exhaust.


Here's the car, courtesy of his facebook page which also points out that he's a car salesguy at a Ford dealership, of course.


Now, I AM a dumbass with 426 wedge with 370hp at the tires, headers, dual 2.5" pipes, with Flowmasters and an H pipe. I enjoy rumbling past cars in parking structures that have asshole owners have hair trigger sound activated car alarms which go off just because motor cycles ride past.

Now and then, like when the parking garages are full for xmas shopping, I enjoy a juvenile cruise through the mall parking lots to see how many car alarms I can trigger. The record is 27. So far.

I never said I wasn't a juvenile goofball with a loud car and a stupid sense of humor


But I know not to shit where I eat, (unlike this idiot) and don't let my car roar anywhere within blocks of where it's parked.

Don't piss off your neighbors, they will cause damage to your car and cost you money, or get cops involved and cause you stress, or, they'll start a war, and you'll probably move so get some peace and quiet after you get revenge, cue the police getting involved again.

https://www.powernationtv.com/post/annoyed-neighbor-silences-loud-mustang-exhaust-with-expanding-foam
https://www.facebook.com/aaron.robinson.798/posts/10157539597814403

Friday, May 29, 2020

interesting and eye catching restaurant. Damn shame no one makes cool and interesting roadside attractions anymmore



The fast food chain was established in Birmingham in 1968. The company apparently moved its headquarters to St. Petersburg, FL later that year. There were plans to build 51 restaurants by mid-1969 and another 200 units by the end of 1970. However, the company quickly ran into financial trouble and I believe there were only about five locations built in Florida, the one in Birmingham, AL, and a few others in the Vancouver, BC area. By 1970, the company had folded.



In 1976, there was still a location operating as a Dodge rv dealership in Bradenton, FL.


https://www.roadarch.com/giants/ifother3.html

hell of a great halloween costume for their kid utilizing his wheelchair


if you don't recognize this, it's the 80s movie Beetlejuice