A short story, told in pictures.
An in-process update to updating my headlights on my 2000 MR2 Spyder.
I installed a new Loop Style Bar on the MR2 Spyder. Here’s my review, and step-by-step pictorial instructions for how I did it.
A video showing Porkchop’s chassis and body damage due to a rear-end collision I had not been aware of.
A pictorial of the workshop for Porkchop and Badger.
Be very careful about buying things from Eastwood Tools. And whatever you do, never, ever send copies of your personal IDs to someone you don’t know via email.
Trying to do some work on Porkchop reveals surprises. Which, of course, is no surprise.
Select photos from the 3rd Annual Geeks with Jeeps week in Moab, UT.
Revisiting Geeks With Jeeps 2016 in anticipation of next week’s 3rd annual trip.
In April, 2016, I managed to get a chance to go back to Moab with Geeks with Jeeps. Just like last year, we had a blast, and thoroughly enjoyed the week. Here are some images from that trip.
You ever see those makeover shows where a team of highly capable people come and work on a project that turn out to be real before-and-after showstoppers? Shows like Overhaulin’, and such. This past weekend, I had my own version of the “A-Team” show up and put Porkchop into working order. And it was jaw-dropping – not to mention humbling …
Quick and dirty pictorial of the painting of Porkchop’s Engine Bay. With the issues surrounding the electrical, I figured I’d take the opportunity to repaint while the wires and several other pieces were out of the way.
Had some fun walking around in the sun in Pleasanton, CA, looking at the gorgeous cars on display.
This is really just a quick blog with some photos to show a little progress (very little). I’ve been mocking up the steering and the brake lines to make sure that everything fits before I tighten everything together. A couple of things that I would love to have some advice on, however, are the proper placement for brake lines and …
I’m going to be posting some of these on my 500px account, which will require more work because of keyword tagging, etc. But for now I thought I’d simply post the main photos here (there are over 100, so take your time. No, I didn’t take Porkchop or Badger (they’re not ready for travel anywhere, and even if they were …