...my wife crazy!
Had to give up driving after my 5th stroke upon both my doctors' advice. Selling my '99 Ford Ranger to my son for $1 to keep it in the family, and will save on the insurance too.
Here is my brother's latest giving mom a ride, he is always working on something and trading projects. This used to be an old mail jeep (notice the right side drive). He completely rebuilt the motor himself and got some help with the majority of the welding from a few buddies. Either way, it is our new woods buggy to cruise around in so we can see over the bushes and such.
Ha ha ha! My first car was a 1974 Pinto wagon and my bumper sticker said "Caution-this car explodes on impact." It was awesome, swapped in a 350 HP 351 Windsor / full manual C4 and it was fast! Left it parked at my brother in laws house for the weekend when I went fishing with some friends. Out in the country in rural British Columbia and when I got back it was gone. Never did find it and have never found another one in good enough shape to replace it with :(
Currently drive a 1997 F150 with 86000 miles on it, 1995 Contour with 124000 miles on it to beat back and forth to work and a 1983 GMC 2500 4x4 as a hunting vehicle / toy / truly bad weather vehicle. I've needed it to drive to work 3 times this year and only once before this winter in the last 7 years.
I have a whole yard full of rides.
2 dodge man vans.
89 gmc 4x4 extended cab.
79 Chevy blazer 4x4 12" lift 17/40/15 tires 400 small block 1 ton axles with lockers. That i have had since 1980.
VW rail buggy 1835cc engine
2002 ford f350 4 door 4x4 7.3 powerstroke, banks big hoss bundle, cold air intake, propane injection. gear vender over drive tranny behind the built up tranny.
And last but not least. 1968 custom corvette, Hard top convertible. 383 stroker with lots of chrome, Nos fogger. Muncie 4 speed with hurst short throw shifter. 15.5 Hoosier tires on the rear. custom front clip
YES IT'S FAST! NO YOU CAN'T DRIVE!