My uncle used to have a bright yellow MG and I remember riding around the streets of NYC in the back “seat” (it was just a ledge with no seatbelts). It would backfire every so often and to 5yr old me the sound of it bouncing off the tall buildings was the coolest. I was lucky to have my mom in town this past weekend and we had to stop when we drove past this one.
Another Durham find from a few weeks ago. After being a nomad for the past month I’m finally done traveling for a bit and it feels nice. I can finally breathe (and update Instagram, I suppose).
It’s been a crazy couple of weeks bouncing back and forth between Kansas City, Denver, and Raleigh for various degrees of partying. Here’s a Ford Falcon I saw in Durham last weekend.
It is Wednesday my dudes.
Shout out to @nealthea for making Forbes’
and for basically being the most amazing human ever. I’m stupid proud of her and am stoked to be her cheerleader.
So nice I gotta post twice.
Saw this old shoebox hanging out behind the office a few days ago. As a fan of big ole Chevys and a lifelong wagon advocate, it got my attention.
Loving the purple and gold.
Last night this was parked beneath my window, teasing me as I took the dogs for a walk. I was never a huge fan of the Cayman but I guess the GT4 is pretty beautiful.
Open Sundays? Stoked to not be in the Bible Belt any more.
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