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Tag Archives: cars and car spotting
Across the street from the drugstore, one day last week, I saw a nifty little ’56 Chevy. A very little ’56 Chevy– “Chopster” is seriously shortened, a whole door shorter than the standard wheelbase Chevy wagon it must once have … Continue reading
Saw the new model Ford Transit Connect in its Wagon form for the first time on Sunday at the grocery store and grabbed these pics. This Ford of Europe car-truck thing is significant for several reasons, all clustering around its … Continue reading
The car spotter’s natural ally is the smartphone camera. When I think of all the cool cars I saw in the years before the invention of the phone cam, I am filled with a vague sense of both nostalgia and … Continue reading
The first hot weekend after a long winter brings out the cars, not just the convertibles, from lowly Sebrings to Miatas and Mustangs to Audis and those new little Mercedes with the pie plate sized logos in the grilles, but … Continue reading
A visit to the house email account yesterday afternoon uncovered a missive from reader Sean Bieri, who can be relied on to have something interesting to share. Yesterday’s email was no exception: he handed me this picture, which he had … Continue reading
We’ve already established that Edison, Kekionga’s Radio Whizbang (still working on that) drives a big old Studebaker touring car from the 1920s, especially when the girls want to go for a joyride. But when he’s by himself and in a … Continue reading
As I might have mentioned previously, I have been cleaning out the studio for the last week or so, and today I ventured into the closet. I don’t think the door has been opened for 15 years and at least … Continue reading
No real excuse for these ridiculously cute corgi pictures, except perhaps that they illustrate that amusing distortion that you get when you shoot a closeup with a wide angle lens*. So much direness packed into the footwell of a Toyota … Continue reading
You are cordially invited to read Tonbo, one of my very favorite Kekionga minicomics. It’s a workplace comedy. It’s a romance. It’s got an alternate history pickup truck in it. It’s now on line, posted panel by panel with full … Continue reading