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Offline swan song

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The cure for project car blues.
« on: Sep 16, 2017, 04:43:48 am »
It happens to us all. We get balls deep into a project car modification and then life hits. In an instant days become weeks, and then months. When life calms down you take a look at your project, or pass by the garage door only to say to yourself "ehhhh... maybe another day." Or "I'm tired". Or the one I'm really famous for "it's too hot/cold".

The cure, gentlemen, is a dose of race car action. Such a cure took place tonight. The wife and I went on a date night, and ended up at the drag strip. And, WOW! A ton of cars showed, lots of buzz, lots of excited car enthusiasts, fast cars, and plenty of it rubbed off. I'm super stoked about getting in the garage tomorrow and hammering out some wiring and engine stuff.

So if you've got the project car blues, attend a local night of anything automobile. Just make sure it isn't the internet YouTube videos. Those rarely motivate.
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Re: The cure for project car blues.
« Reply #1 on: Jun 06, 2018, 04:46:38 am »
This will be my excuse to go to the races  :heh:
1984 Celica GT Coupe    sold and missed it
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1982 Celica GT Liftback  sold and won't miss it, lol
1985 Celica GT Coupe    new love =P

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