So you want to go fast and you want to swap a V8 into your ride but your budget is short. You can get that 500HP V8 and keep the wife happy. All it takes is some ingenuity and a little manual labor but the end is result is nothing short of awesome.
A weird juxtaposition of hipsterism and NASCARgasm. Taken by a buddy of mine on our trip out to the race here in Texas a while back.
Enjoy. Original post below.
Wallpaper dumps don't get better than this:
So, adjusted for inflation, you bought a $9000 car, had a $320/mo car payment, paid $135/mo for insurance, and paid $1.77 for a gallon of gas.
My strategy was to design a track that both tugged at my heartstrings and satiated my inclination towards pragmatism. Conceptual racetracks can often be wonderful things, but if they’re too fantastic in nature it can make it difficult to truly imagine the track in your mind as a real possibility and, more importantly,…
And it even involved a good wheel-to-wheel battle over the last 5 laps with a very pleasant Kiwi. To celebrate, here's a photoshopped Edsel speedster that I think is an interesting idea.
I moved my car articles from my personal blog to the oppo blog so they are much easier to find. Just look up the Tutorials tag whenever you want them. Also, this allows others to participate. Also, to compensate for this blatant repost, here is a picture dump of drawings I have done... in order of newest to oldest.
Let's keep the activity going in here. Can we just turn this into a complete renegade jalopnik, complete with our own FP-style articles?
So how do we get more folks in here?
So we have Canadian Oppo and Jezebellian Oppo and Nu Oppo and Ghetto Oppo? SO MANY OPPOS.
I want to go search through today's posts to find it, but it stakes so goddamned fucking long to scroll through all of that bullshit that I'm not going to.
This has honestly completely curbed any desire I have to spend time on oppo. It's too difficult and cumbersome to actually interact with people. Hell, even opening a picture to save it (half of why I'm on Oppo) has become a chore in and of itself.