It’s been a slow year for car fun. More posts are in the works. In the mean time, please enjoy this photo of me taking someone for a ride at beautiful Thunderhill last weekend.
Say no more.
In my interview with Drew from Motoring Con Brio, I mentioned the importance of buying classic cars whose conditions are aligned with your personality and psychology.
Of course, that personality can shift over time, with experience, economic circumstances and the waxing and waning of optimistic self-delusion. Unsurprisingly, I’m not the only one to struggle with this question; Peter Egan has described this conundrum far more eloquently than I’ll ever be able to.
Mr. Jalopy of Hoopty Rides is considering a potentially nightmare Alfa Romeo project. And in the process, raises a good point: it’s not just a question of where the project starts. It’s also about what ending point will make you happy.
For the past few years, Motoring Con Brio has been one of my favorite sources of automotive inspiration, scouring the web for the best imagery and stories out there.
Yesterday they featured a short interview with me about my experience with my 911. Let’s get right to it.