We were lucky since the Smoking Bull was almost empty and we had the main dining room all to ourselves. It was a southern cooking affair including southern jazz background music. After lunch we headed down for one last group picture before we all headed home in opposite directions.
Although this guide stopped the belts from getting twisted or tangled, it just was not high enough to remove the continuous tension form my shoulder. Yesterday I received a simple product from Amazon that eliminated this issue completely.
Of course, when in Quebec, order Smoked Meat or Poutine. I went with the Smoked Meat.
I have settled on this technique because it keeps the soft top up and out of the way from the carpet over the batteries and does not interfere with my seat belts. It gives me much more interior space.
“An MG adds some spark to your life”
This car lives up to that standard. Repainted in a beautiful British Racing Green with matching leather interior. Ken Law has owned this 1962 Jaguar MK II for over twenty-five years.
Ken tells us about the history of this beautiful Jaguar.
This car reminds me of my Fiat 500 Abarth on steroids. What a lovely car to have for weekend get aways. That is exactly how Jean-Philippe enjoys his Alfa Romeo 147 GTA.
my stereo volume setting prior to the windscreen on the highway was 27 to 30 and now it is 17 to 20. Quite a difference. If you have a roll bar installed, then this is a simple project.
A Bricklin. Who wouldn’t want such a car. It’s an eye catcher. The doors open like a futuristic spaceship. The color of Syd’s Bricklin is beautiful, and the condition is excellent.
So, I have put my name in and reserved an Abarth system. It comes complete. I have ordered it from Abarth Exhausts, and it seems like it has the perfect hangers for the MGB and after some research, it installs without an issue. Click on the picture below for more info.
I enjoyed my TR-7 and often wondered how it would drive with an eight cylinder. It must be awesome to drive since David has kept his around for twelve years.
But it was a cool sunny autumn day. My wife and I decided to take down the covers on the gazebos, re-arrange the shed for winter and pack away all the stuff outside that needs to be protected from old man winter. That took a few hours and then my wife left to visit with Storm, her horse.