Looks like them Texas boys got the TXSL banners printed up. They look sweet on RurouniMidnight’s S14.


I often get messages and questions. This one though brought back lots of memories and I wanted to share. It’s not the most well written stuff but I hope you get the point, and remember why you do whatever it is you do.

Count Your Blessings…

Sometimes it’s good to pause and take a look at where you are in relation to where you have come from. Some of us can remember walking holes in our British Knights, begging for rides, or chasing buses down to get where we needed to be.

But it is easy to forget those days and not be satisfied, or even grateful for what we have.

That’s not to say that you shouldn’t strive for better, or there aren’t even higher levels to achieve, but don’t miss out on enjoying today because you are reaching for tomorrow.

The owner of the vehicles pictured, who desires to remain anonymous, decided to do that. This day had been postponed for quite some time.

But as we all know, projects are never done.

Sometimes the imperfections are what give cars their character.

Or at least they are fun to point and laugh at.

With a few friends and a excellent photographer to share the day with, traffic was successfully disrupted on a perfect fall afternoon.

Photographer: Michael E. Pearson

My Skyline…A Haiku

Fun with email…

Ready Set Drift Flyer…

a few corrections.


Vanku Autosports Dyno Day…

Yeah, you hear dyno day and you think “egos clashing and people getting wet as they try to determine who can urinate the furthest”, but Vanku put on quite a day. There weren’t any exotics, there were no models, but that was okay. What there was was sufficient, and that is a lot of really great people with some cool cars.

A wide array of cars flooded in, many making surprising numbers.

With good music, good food, good music, and lots of noise the day flew by.
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