On our way to Willard, Ohio for Easter, we passed a parking lot filled with a bunch of unrestored old cars. The first one that caught my attention was the little Jeep FC truck. I have never seen one in person and didn’t realize how small it was. On the way back from church, we stopped to take pictures. We also spoke to a man who was vacuuming out one of the cars. He directed me to the website where you quickly find out that the owner is interested in non-normal cars. Enjoy the pictures.
I have been curious about the new crop of Volvo cars and was pleasantly surprised to read this review of the 2017 Volvo V60 Polestar wagon. Now that Volvo is using four-cylinder engines, I have wondered how the performance would be perfected. The T6 Polestar was rates at 325 hp when I left the dealership. The new super-turbo-charged four cylinder actually performs better than that six-cylinder phenomenal engine. That amazes me. But I am not the only one. In his 2017 Volvo V60 Polestar Review, Sami Haj-Assaad shows his appreciation for the new wagon’s performance. Take a look and see what you think. Would this be a wagon that you might drive someday?
Have you ever wanted to drive the access road next to the railroad tracks? My job allows me to do that on occasion. But who would choose to use a Buick Terraza minivan for offroad driving? The dirt/gravel roads have plenty of craters available to navigate. Thankfully, the AWD Buick handled things well and there were no problems.