Monthly Archives: November 2017

Meanwhile, down in Fredericktown…

Rather entertaining rod; couldn’t ID it from the grill, but there’s a Ford plate on the firewall.  What was really startling, though, was the decal in the back window.  

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Happy Thanksgiving

  Growing up, I based my knowledge of “typical” Midwest winters on three years in Lincoln, Nebraska, and four years in Grand Forks, North Dakota.  After moving back to the Midwest in 2005, I was startled to find that most … Continue reading

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Road Recce

Went out Saturday (18 Nov) to do the final reconnaissance run over the route for Sunday’s Vet’s Drive, saw plenty of this type of weather. The Vet’s run was a major success, despite the chill.  Details to follow.

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BSCC Finale

In contrast to the last three ends-of-season for the BSCC autocross series, this year the TR8 finished without a) requiring major mechanical work, b) a large puddle underneath and c) an unexpected ride back to the house on a flatbed.  … Continue reading

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The Automobile As Art VI

Spied in the parking lot of an Aldi in Independence, MO, earlier this evening.  You have to admire the fine job done on the flux capacitor housing on the front bumper. BTW, this is the first time I’ve done an … Continue reading

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