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A couple days ago I was driving down the road and saw a car coming from the other direction. It was obvious the car had been in a wreck that heavily damaged the front end. Just as we passed I noticed that the hood was being held down with duct tape!
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Old 06-30-2019, 11:48 AM
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A 1931 Ford Coupe, the year provided by the license plate. It had cool custom matching luggage on the back. And a Packard hot rod, no idea of the year.
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Old 06-30-2019, 11:51 AM
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So that might be a difference between the 356 and the MG. Mine is a 1963 356B, and its pretty reliable.
I drove my first '66 everywhere, including from Lancaster, CA to Denver, CO (and back!). It was pretty reliable. My current '66 has had fan belt issues. First, the pulleys weren't aligned correctly and the belt broke on the way to Seattle. I had the issue resolved, but then didn't drive the car for a couple of years. When I took it out again, the fan belt broke after 100 miles or so. I have a 'new' fan belt on now. (It's years old, and had been living in the boot.) A few weeks ago I heard a flapping sound in the engine compartment. The belt was very loose. I spent about an hour on what I was told would be a five-minute job, tightening the belt. Why so long? The bracket under the generator was incorrectly used, and it was a tight fit for the tools I had. It's also a two-person, or three-hand, job. I drove down to Bellingham yesterday, and Mrs. L.A. said she didn't trust the MGB that far. (I had no problems.)

The other problem is that it gets hot when it sits in traffic. When I lived in the Mojave Desert, the first one just got hot and I would have to drive with the heater on in Summer. This one, in the PNW, operates reliably at 160F. I keep a close eye on the temperature gauge in case the fan belt breaks, and from my experience with the first one in SoCal. When I start out, the needle will go to 170F and then fall back to 160F. But in traffic, it doesn't have the airflow. I'm not worried about overheating so much, but when the car sits in traffic it stalls. I have a Pertronix electronic ignition in it. I suspect that the electronic bit inside of the distributor cap fails when it gets hot, or that the coil fails when it gets hot. I have a new coil in the boot, and I'll swap it in next time the car stalls.

Oh, and a few years ago, every time I took it our one of the valve stems would crack. I fixed them each time, but then parked it for a couple of years. I should have all of the stems replaced, so that I'm sure they're all new and good. No worries so far, but it's always in the back of my mind.

So far, driving on 50-mile round-trips and running errands around here, I haven't had any issues (since the last fan belt and subsequent adjustment). The engine was rebuilt/blueprinted about 15 years ago, and it has very few miles on it since. The car sounds great. (I hope I didn't just jinx myself!)
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Old 06-30-2019, 01:22 PM
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I saw a Pontiac Solstice coupe today. I had no idea they made them. I was never crazy about the looks of the Solstice, but the couple is pretty sweet looking.
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Just ran to the grocery and on the way back saw a beautiful red 70 or 71 Chevelle SS and an early 60s Ford Fairlane 500.
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Old 06-30-2019, 02:49 PM
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Out at the Oregon Coast the last few days. Saw a Polaris Slingshot in the wild for the first time a couple days ago.

Last night we were camped across from a cool-looking 50s vintage Chevy pickup in canary yellow, so I went over to talk to the guy. Turns out the yellow paint was applied directly over the rust, so it's bubbling in some places. It's a 56 Chevy truck body set up on an 80s-90s 4-wheel drive chassis, and he dropped a 454 under the hood. Very cool.
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I saw a Pontiac Solstice coupe today. I had no idea they made them. I was never crazy about the looks of the Solstice, but the couple is pretty sweet looking.
I used to own a Solstice, and back when the coupe dropped near the end of the run the few (1200+) that were built were snapped up by people that were sure that a rare version of an unloved model were going to skyrocket in value. People are only recently starting the ask less than MSRP, and the dreamers that haven't been driving the ones they bought are holding out for more, still.
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Old 06-30-2019, 09:16 PM
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Old 06-30-2019, 09:56 PM
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It was going to be a lowered 944 (Ugh!) but then I saw a couple of hooptys; this Halloween one being the best of them. The ground clearance under that thing was amazing! Of course that was offset by the fact that the tires were a couple of inches wider than the fenders. It also sounded baaad!

Why yes, I was in Da Hood.
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Old 06-30-2019, 09:56 PM
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Some sort of Semi-tractor pickup truck, too far away and travelling in the opposite direction for me to even get a brand name.
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Old 06-30-2019, 10:25 PM
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an early 60s Ford Fairlane 500.
Thanks for bringing a smile to my face, River Hippie. When I was a youngster, one of the highlights of the day was when my dad pulled in the drive, home from work, in his 1964 Fairlane 500 Sports Coupe.
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Old 06-30-2019, 10:33 PM
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I just checked, and the Porsche 356 is selling for a lot more than I remember. Still, they're nowhere near that expensive.
Though I like the MGB GT, when I picture an MGB, I picture the roadsters, and so was comparing it with the 356 cabriolet - which is much pricier than the coupes. I dreamt of restoring an 1963 356 coupe in my retirement, but values of even crappy ones will make that a costly hobby 20 years from now, I think. Really, I should get moving on my backup plan (BMW R60/2 motorcycle) before those rise even more.
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Old 07-01-2019, 11:53 AM
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Crown Rally was in town and showing off yesterday. Too many interesting cars to pick one.
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Old 07-01-2019, 08:05 PM
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Today I saw a burgundy '60-something Mustang. It had scoops on the sides. Then a few miles down the road, I saw a silver early-'60s Stingray with the top down.
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Old 07-01-2019, 08:29 PM
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A 60s era black Camaro convertible on a flatbed.

The power stripe proclaimed 427.

Couldn't tell if it was a Yenko.

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A friend's 1989 Toyota Supra convertible that he's owned for the last 30 years. And then a late 80's Honda Prelude that looks like it was someone's project car.
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Old 07-02-2019, 07:00 AM
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Over the past few days I've seen an old split-window VW camper van and two different Aston Martin DB5s, one convertible, one coupe.
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Old 07-02-2019, 11:04 AM
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This morning I saw someone driving an early 1980s Datsun 210 (the facelifted version with the square headlights). I can't remember the last time I saw one of those.
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Old 07-03-2019, 12:14 PM
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This morning, an early 1970s Pontiac Lemans. It looked very much like this '72 pictured on Wikipedia (same color even), except the one I saw was a four door sedan. And the one I saw wasn't in as good a shape as that one; it was more of an old beater, or perhaps someone's project car. Perhaps "beater" is too strong a word. It looked solid, but had faded paint, pitted chrome, and other signs of age.
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Old 07-03-2019, 12:24 PM
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Two examples of British automotive excess. The first, a yellow Jaguar E-type, one of the most gorgeous vehicles of all time. The second, a Range Rover Evoque convertible, one of the most useless vehicles of all time.
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Last night I just sold my 2004 Land Rover Discovery II. Black with alloy wheels. Badass looking vehicle; don't see them all that often in the US.

I always notice cars that I own or am wanting to buy. In 2012 I was crazy for Toyota FJ Cruisers, finally bought one. My little son (he was 7) got into the game and we'd go looking for these while out and about. He'd typically tell me, during our short drive to the grocery store, that he had seen 3, including one up in a tree.

Currently I'm trying (and largely failing) to find Subaru Imprezas, the non turbo type. There are only 3 that I customarily see around here. But there are vastly more of the sporty WRX and STI types. I can find about one of those per drive.
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Old 07-03-2019, 04:36 PM
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A current-day Camero being made over to look like a Firebird, pointed nose and all. Interesting project.
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Old 07-03-2019, 08:46 PM
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Thanks for bringing a smile to my face, River Hippie. When I was a youngster, one of the highlights of the day was when my dad pulled in the drive, home from work, in his 1964 Fairlane 500 Sports Coupe.
I looked around on Google and the one I saw was more like 1959. The 64 was a lot smaller and sportier and IMHO, much cooler!
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Old 07-03-2019, 11:25 PM
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On the way home today I saw an old MG. Old enough that it had narrow wheels with actual spokes, which would make it an MG TC or earlier.

On my way to In-N-Out Burger, which is my routine on the last day of the work week, I saw a late 1950s Thunderbird. Actually I'm pretty sure it's the same one I saw a couple of weeks ago, because I figure the chance of there being two yellow and white 1950s Thunderbirds in one area is pretty slim.
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Old 07-05-2019, 04:29 PM
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A 1963 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88, just another Squaremobile back then, but a real rarity now.

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Old 07-05-2019, 06:05 PM
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While taking my cat to the vet for one last follow-up check (If you were following my thread from a few weeks ago he's doing much better now), I saw an old beater Datsun 510. As it was missing its front grille at first glance I almost mistook it for an old BMW, but after it turned the corner and I got behind it I could see what it actually was. It's a little surprising it's still in "beater" status, given that the 510 has gained a following among enthusiasts. Maybe it's someone's project.

Coincidentally, Curbside Classic also featured a beater 510 today. The one I saw was nowhere near as bad as that one.
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Old 07-05-2019, 06:22 PM
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Seen in Port Hueneme a couple days ago, a '54 Chevy with a gold body and a multicolored roof.
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A 1940s Ford Coupe hot rod, mint condition, must have been a car show nearby.
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I must have skipped past this thread a hundred times, but darned if I didnt discover an Avanti in my neighborhood today. Thats the first one Ive seen in decades and decades....
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Seen in Port Hueneme a couple days ago, a '54 Chevy with a gold body and a multicolored roof.
Ah, fender skirts. Odd that they were semi-popular back then and only pop up here and there on recent models. If they are such a good idea then they should be quite common. If they are a bad idea then they would have permanently gone out with fins.
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I see the Lafayette Kroozers are having a show tonight, which likely explains why I just saw a burgundy Model A with "Woody" accents as I was giving my dog her afternoon walk.
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A Model T, probably just back from a July 4th parade.
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This morning I saw this lovely 1954(?) Hudson Jet-Liner in Madison Wisconsin. It looked like a beautifully maintained driver. I actually like seeing a lovingly cared for driver more than a perfect work of art that looks like it's stored in bubble wrap under a giant bell jar between shows. The tiny flaws and little missed spots in the wax and slightly dull vinyl of the driver's seat make the car.

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A bright red late model ( 2016 to present ) Chevrolet Camaro SS with accent stripes and a weird European looking license plate tacked on off-center to the once sleek front fascia that read "The Red Baron". Had very odd ( and none to flattering looking ) yellow raised letter tires.

The driver should have left it all stock.

Oh, and the wheels ( black....yuck ) and chrome exhaust tips looked they were last cleaned, like, never.

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An early 1960s Studebaker Lark station wagon. Coincidentally, I saw it as I was leaving Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park, where I had seen a Studebaker horse-drawn wagon on display.
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While garage sailing, we ran across this beautiful, red 1959 MG hardtop coupe. Only $18k.
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I saw one of those Saturday!

It looked like the original gold paint, and it was a little bit smokey so I think it needed some engine work.
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Old 07-08-2019, 10:53 AM
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I saw one of those Saturday!

It looked like the original gold paint, and it was a little bit smokey so I think it needed some engine work.
The one I saw looked fully restored, which I forgot to mention in my last post.
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Both last night and this morning I saw an Alfa Romeo Giulia, presumably the same car both times.
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I stopped for gas on the way home tonight, and at one of the other pumps was an early 1950s Buick Super. I'm going to say '52 because the license plate said "HOUR 52" and I'm guessing that's a reference to the year (maybe "OUR 52" was taken?). It was somewhat customized, with a lowered suspension and some fancy pin-striping.

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Drove behind a Jaguar F-Pace yesterday. It's the first time I got a good look at it. Like many SUVs, it appears to need to go on a diet, the eyes (rear lights) appear small and are lost in the large "face" I was looking at. It did appear to handle very well.
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I test rode a Zero motorcycle today. I'm considering one and have never ridden an electric motorcycle before. Fortunately the local BMW dealership has them for test rides.

It is fun!! And a little weird too without a clutch lever for your left hand and a shift lever for the left foot.

It has an ECO mode and a SPORT mode. I rode on local city streets, and then a few miles on the interstate. I started in ECO mode on my outbound stretch. ECO is fine on city streets, but does not have startling acceleration. Acceleration is important to get away from or avoid hazards. On the interstate, ECO mode can get you up to 70 MPH, but not much more. So you cannot accelerate from 70, which is a factor.

On the return stretch I was in SPORT mode. Much better! Its performance is similar to my old R1200RT, accelerating briskly on the interstate, able to cruise at 80 to 90+ and, very important, to accelerate briskly from those speeds. It was a lot more fun than ECO mode was. And then on city streets, same thing, much better performance.

And so the Zero motorcycle is fun. I'm considering one for my daily commutes to work which is about 20 miles each way and mostly on interstate.

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Today was a good day. I have a very short commute yet I managed to see 4 that were pretty cool.

On my way home at lunch a brand new 911 Carrera with dealer plates on it.

On the way back to work a beautiful cherry red GTO. Based on the front it was somewhere in the 68-72 range. I assume it had been restored.

On my way home I saw something that I had no clue what it was. It said Ford on the front and looked like a compact crossover convertible. I didn't know they made such a thing so when I got home I did a little research and it appears to be a Fork Ka which isn't sold in the US.

But before I had a chance to get home, I saw an olive green Jeep CJ (7 I think). What made it best is the driver was in full military uniform including the little hat (not sure what they are called but the kind that lay flat when not being worn).
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But before I had a chance to get home, I saw an olive green Jeep CJ (7 I think). What made it best is the driver was in full military uniform including the little hat (not sure what they are called but the kind that lay flat when not being worn).
Those are berets, usually worn by the Army.

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Those are berets, usually worn by the Army.
No, it was the WWII type I think may have been called an envelope hat. Now that I think about it I saw it right outside of the center for the performing arts so it may have well been someone still in character that just happened to have a vehicle that matched.
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No, it was the WWII type I think may have been called an envelope hat. Now that I think about it I saw it right outside of the center for the performing arts so it may have well been someone still in character that just happened to have a vehicle that matched.
In the Marines we call them piss cutters. I hav no idea what their official name is.

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I drove my '66 MGB to Bellingham today. Getting on the freeway to return home, I passed an Iris Blue chrome-bumper MGB roadster and a British Racing Green MGB GT heading north. I didn't really notice the plates, but they looked Canadian.
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Actually yesterday, but a bone-stock, unrestored '51 Ford sedan, just getting off the Interstate.
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