• A New Beginning: YouTube, Corner Balanced, AE86, and G-Wagen

    Lots of NEWS in this one! Please give it a thorough read, as this will likely be my final post on Grand Mighty. For nearly an entire decade, I have maintained and written articles for Grand Mighty. I wrote on a couple of similar websites prior, even, but those have since been dissolved and the […]

    2 responses July 9, 2017
  • The Saga Ends

    For 5 years, I held firm to the notion that I would keep this RX-7 and, thus, I built it with the freedom that comes with having no expiration. My goals reached ever higher on a continuous basis. I kept firm to an unwavering vision of building the ultimate street RX-7. That kind of persistence […]

    13 responses June 15, 2017
  • Door Lock Replacement & Mig Welding

    While in the middle of my drive last weekend, I discovered that my passenger door lock had annoyingly committed suicide out of the blue. I was able to lock it with my key just fine, however, when I went to go unlock it half an hour later, the key oddly wouldn’t insert anymore. The key […]

    No responses April 2, 2017
  • 240SX Sold

    After a few months of ownership, I soon decided that I had my fun with the S13 and was ready to move on. As it would turn out, the car was merely an itch that I needed scratching. I have been around the 240sx scene, both directly and vicariously, for nearly a decade now. It […]

    No responses January 31, 2017
  • A Weekend in SoCal

    Things have been hectic since Vegas and I kept up the pace by making a getaway to L.A. last weekend. Since I was flying down to go pick up the 240SX, I decided to extend the stay for the weekend and have a mini vacation. I landed midday on Friday and was picked up by the […]

    2 responses August 8, 2016
  • 10 Days in Vegas

    I returned this Friday from spending 10 days in Las Vegas. You read that right. 10 days. I was primarily there for work so my daytimes were typically tied up, but I made sure to take advantage of any free occasion I had. I was able to cram in a fair amount of exploring and […]

    No responses July 18, 2016
  • Pilgrimage to Alice’s in Woodside

    I didn’t get a chance to throw this post up earlier due to July 4th and the fact that I’m now in Las Vegas, but last Sunday I went on a long-awaited drive with my buddy George and his NSX. I know I’m bad with actually driving my car because I’ve been able to consistently […]

    One response July 7, 2016
  • A Walk With Blue

    I make a weekly effort to make the ~25 miles drive North (the reverse route used to be my daily commute to work) and visit the parentals, look at the RX-7 sitting in garage, and pet Blue. When I’m not distracted with other tasks, I will take Blue out for a walk or play a […]

    2 responses June 3, 2016
  • Yota

    The Tacoma served me well as a great daily over the past few months. I could drive it wherever and park it wherever without any discern. The Hybrid Audio sound system is seriously one of the best I’ve heard. It was capable and true to the enduring reliability that precedes these trucks’ reputation. I remember […]

    No responses May 10, 2016
  • Sunday Cruising

    Without a moment’s hesitation, I started taking the RX-7 out for spins practically the minute after I buttoned up the Miracle Cross Bar. It’s helpful, too, that Mike and his Porsche are just down the street from me. He just got his car, I am eager to start driving my car, and another buddy just […]

    One response March 28, 2016
  • My Boy Blue

    Finding humans that share the endearing qualities of a dog can be hard to do. It’s amazing to think that we are able to befriend these creatures and keep them as companions. Unlike humans, dogs are not corrupted by the concepts of egoism, cynicism, shallowness, pettiness, etc. Of course, just like people, you have your […]

    No responses March 20, 2016
  • Border Collie Transport

    It might seem random that I chose a pickup to drive around, but there’s usually an explanation. I’ve always had a soft spot for older 4×4 Tacomas. I can’t really explain it. Maybe it’s because of their formidable overlanding abilities in a utility-oriented size and package that I find them so appealing. Secondly, aside from […]

    One response January 16, 2016