Your local cellular phone store is probably tired of you trying to exchange the last phone you tried to use as a calendar. That nail you drove through the middle of the screen somehow messed up the electronics and produced thousands of tiny shards of glass that still get impaled into your fingertips with everyContinue reading “The 2021 Calendar is Here!”
Ethan of Hello Road fame has decided to sell the oft-featured black 1991 GSi Hatchback show above. If someone is looking for a super-rare, but super-cheap candidate for restoration, this is it. One of 237 built and running well, for $1500, you’d be a fool not to buy it immediately.
Sunday morning. Everyone else fed and doing whatever it is they do on a Sunday morning – including the dog, snoring away in the corner after being awake for all of approximately 22 minutes. On the table is a plate of fried eggs, flanked by two pieces of sourdough toast with perhaps just a smidgeContinue reading “Unanticipated GSi”
A while back, I took a 20% off coupon to my local purveyor of cut-price tools and bought myself a welding kit, mask, leather overalls and bubblegum. I’m all out of gum and the project I bought the welding rig for didn’t really require the fusing of metal parts. So what now?
It’s been a while since the last painting project featured on these pages. Ironically, the new owner of the original red Prizmgsi.com Prizm GSi had that perfectly-executed repair painted over by actual professionals. And it looks way better, credit to those who do that sort of thing for a living.
Every once in a while, it’s a good idea to just sit back and relax. So put down the wrench and enjoy a few moments of zen on Washington’s beautiful North Cascades Highway.
Remember when this extremely rare ’91 hatchback was listed, then again, and again? Well, someone did finally buy that 1-of-237 unicorn. And he’s made a very entertaining show about it.
In this second installment of Convince Me This is(n’t) a Bad Idea™, we see a couple of grainy shots of what appear to be Toyota Sprinter Trueno flip-up headlights magically grafted into the front ends of a 4- and 5- door Sprinters somewhere in Southeast Asia.
Calm down, the long-awaited Prizm GSi app isn’t ready for launch. Nor will it ever be. The Prizm is definitely an analogue car in a digital world. But that doesn’t mean we can’t have a little fun with the digital side, right?