• Beautiful 1982 Chrysler Imperial For Sale

    Many thanks for stopping by, but I believe it is sold. Closing the transaction soon. Happy that an enthusiast purchased it. Due to downsizing, I no longer have a garage space to store my 1982 Imperial. Currently it is being stored under a carport with a car cover on it. It’s started and driven regularly to ensure it runs smoothly. Simply stated, the car deserves a better existence and more frequent use. It is a definite head turner and a well-preserved survivor given the history of the 81-83 Imperial line. This car was converted to carburetor by one of the previous two owners, but I do not believe it was a…

  • Pandemicmodium

    Two years of this shit is getting old. In two recent conversations with both my mother-in-law and a co-worker, I’ve come to the conclusion that we’re all burned out. From masks, to shots, to hand sanitizer; we’re over it. I know I am. I’ve done all the things I’m supposed to and, thankfully, have not succumbed to the virus. I am, however, tired. Tired of staying home more than I want to. Tired of not traveling like I used to. Tired of having anxiety about going to the damned grocery store. My “fuck it” stamp is in my left hand a ready for action. I’m done. There simply has to…

  • Auto-Aficionado

    Car enthusiasts, collectors, and owners are some of the easiest people to buy gifts for. Fifty bucks in the car care section at Auto Zone can go a long way towards a bad-ass gift. Seriously! I’ve given car wash gift certificates as a gift for years, but something that is a great consideration for your other half, parent, or bestie is a full-on car detail. I do not mean the half-assed Genie car wash 1 hour job. I am referring to a craftsman’s detail. Someone who knows about paint detoxification, the cleaning of yellowed headlamp lenses, refurbishing plastics and seals and reconditioning seats. While not inexpensive, a heavy duty refurb…

  • Hintage; a hint of vintage.

    On a whim, I recently bought a Ralph Lauren Polo knit tie at a resale shop and thought I would mix it into an outfit for a holiday party. My twenty-seven dollar investment turned out to be worth so much more in compliments alone! It was unexpected, classy, fun and ended up being quite the conversation starter. It had me thinking about where else I could dig into to find some vintage items. My mother had given me a box of my dad’s jewelry when he passed and I simply put everything into a box and stashed it away. Turns out he had some really great turquoise items and I…