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Discussion in 'Station Wagon Projects' started by nelzltdwagon, Sep 12, 2013.
Hopefully the new member will see the link I posted, and come over here to see your post.
Take notice Dearborn! This is the way you build a proper wagon!
Holden in Australia built a wagon... ls3, 6 spd manual, rear wheel drive. GM pulled the plug in 2017. The big 3 are definitely capable. The manual transmission is nearing its’ demise but maybe there is a purist out there who can make it happen one more time.
That Cobra looks great.
Welcome Jarred. Glad to have you in the form? Any wagons for you?
Mall parking lots around here are empty.
I've never seen any mall parking lot like that. Even while building new malls!
My wife and I are not getting out, haven't much all winter. But until yesterday our kids said all store parking lots were filled and stores were full......... of people, not products! Only drive thru's now opened since Friday evening.
Our short dead end street has very little traffic. May have missed them, but we also haven't seen the daily UPS and FedX.
Good luck. I have a feeling everyone will get at least some of this virus.
I've started attending cooking lessons, so that I could make use of all the Tee Pee I've been hoarding lately
So, Hoondog, how much did you pay for that Viking lander you stuck your camera to? That was pretty funky that you had something auto-tracking you.
Looks like my kind of "social distancing".
Yeah...in one's rearview mirror!
Haha! It’s one of those 360 cameras. The camera records everything all around it and you aim at what you want to see in editing. No special tracking.
That's a perfect opportunity for laying tic-tac-toe stripes across the white ones
Tire shredding was cool, the 360 camera was awesome. Last time I seen something like that was when I was land surveying and my boss got a fancy “gun” ( the laser computation machine used to record the measurements ) it would automatically follow the prism rod as long as the laser wasn’t interrupted. It also took longer to set up than just doing the job the old fashioned way. What will they think of next