Monthly Archives: July 2016

Oh Brother…

You’ve probably seen the Toyota TV commercial and possibly the billboard: Camrys racing at Monaco. Every review/road test I’ve ever read about the Camry – any generation Camry – has used words like “solid,” “reliable,” “comfortable,” etc.  I have never … Continue reading

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Something For the Den

Or LBC reading room, or your man cave, whatever.  Only $415, available now in De Ridder, Louisiana!

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Preparing to RTB

As in, “Return to Base.” One full day left in Lake Charles, LA, and then home…and I regret to say, after nearly 10 days in Houston and Lake Charles, I’ve yet to see any LBC let alone a Triumph.  Oh, … Continue reading

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A Bit of History

  Mecom Lola T70 photo: CarGuyChronicles What you see in the photo is located on the west side of Hitchcock, Texas, south of I-45 and TX 6 and adjacent to the former NAS Hitchcock, a lighter-than-air ASW installation dating to … Continue reading

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Happy 4th of July!

There is nothing like spending a hot, humid 4th of July participating in yer classic small town America (well, medium-sized town…large suburb?) parade.  I joined in with the local squadron of the Sea Scouts, great fun! Haven’t spotted any LBCs … Continue reading

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Rough Sunday

Slow Roller Racing Team member Lee Fox, fired up and ready to go…   Was planning on posting this last weekend after the second BSCC autocross of the season, but evil gremlins (minions?) attacked my machine and I lost the … Continue reading

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WB I-64

From looking at the amount of space left on this trailer, I’d guess the owner has a couple of good years of travel left before he runs out of room for more bumper stickers. BTW, I’m out on patrol again … Continue reading

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