Very cool stuff!
My only attempt to be a gearhead was a recent failed attempt to put air in the tires of my vintage 1999 Toyota Avalon. I treat it like crap and it just keeps on running.
Now that you and Paul Slick have your websites, the icing on the cake will be Kent Lomont's in which he memorializes everything he's blown up.
You guys are as good as it gets.
RH Blaising (and Janice Ottenwelder)
Dave Slosson said:April 6, 2010 2:56 pm PST
Jim Saul turned me on to your site. Wow, great background in lots of vehicles. You are a gearhead personified. Your Porsche pics reminded me of the '72 911T that my dad offered to let me buy from him off lease in '76. Unfortunately, as a newlywed, I couldn't afford the maintenance on it let alone the payments. I still can't believe he let a 20 year old male drive that car!
I'm aviation oriented now, pilot and retired controller. Hope you've been to Oshkosh or you haven't really experienced the homebuilt movement. Enjoy the Sonex building! Call me if you need an extra hand sometime, I'm in the Aboite area.
Thomas Haughton-Wyatt said:March 27, 2010 1:54 am PST
Have ordered the plans and willfinalize the way to build that I will use. Looking a mixture of scratch and buy. Thomas @ Meredith Australia
Steve Mckee said:November 17, 2009 8:19 pm PST
Bruce, we played football together at Luers. I happened on your website and am very impressed with your work. I worked for a company that restored Rolls Royce's 1906 thru 1926. I bought and tried to restore a 67 Cutlass but ran out of time, money and resolve. Still have it with all the parts in storage. Some day. Best wishes
Ken Titus said:September 27, 2009 8:13 pm PST
Wow! You are now on top of my all time best gear-head friends.
I enjoyed read through your site.