Saturday, August 27, 2022
Good movie to recommend, and partly for the terrific 1973 setting with era correct vehicles and lots of them. Set in the early 1970s, the Licorice Pizza true story elements are also based on the real Hollywood-set memories of director Paul Thomas Anderson and his friend Gary Goetzman.
hot rodder, photographer, and editor of Street Rodder, Hot Rod, Rod & Custom and The Rodders Journal magazines - Pat Ganahl has passed away while racing his Iacono dragster at a nostalgia drag racing event in Washington
In addition to writing many books and freelance stories about the hobby of hot-rodding, he was renown for his selection of vintage photos depicting unrestored, restored and in-the-midst machinery. His encyclopedic knowledge about vintage automobiles and drag racing led him to popularize the nostalgia drag racing
Repo guys ain't got a safe job... a woman shot a tow truck driver who was trying to repossess her vehicle, 'cause she ain't playing around either. Maybe 1 am is the wrong time to screw with people?
My Cousin Vinny, had a marvelous cast 30 years ago, Joe Pesci, Fred Gwynne, Ralph Macchio - but the most memorable role was the sassy Marisa Tomei who was only 28 yrs old, and won the best supporting actress academy award for her performance as a know it all mechanic!
I bet the marketing dept of this movie company never imagined that they would get free publicity because the production manager chose this Fiat! OR maybe it's an homage to Myazaki's Lupin the IIIrd?
Friday, August 26, 2022
ever notice the number of old French cars with yellow headlights? Ever wonder why? I have, and David just offered a theory
or that Tesla used software to measure them to determine stopping distance and speed
this driver is really good at steering, and recovery, but he makes me nervous where he is too damn close to losing control, and risking other people's cars. I wouldn't let him drive mine
a 1938 Packard built by Kellner with part of the rear body section of a 1930 Renault Reinstella Torpedo Scaphandrier
the original owner is believed to be George Hormel II, heir to the meat-packing Hormel Foods Corp. and owner of the historic Wrigley Mansion in Phoenix, AZ.