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written by owen, 2015-Jul-29
Drag racing, race gas and noise polution. NDRC Drag Challenge #3: Vernamfield, Clarendon, Jamaica. The sun was hot as ever and I keep forgetting to buy a hat so I can bring it along with me. I havent bought a hat in forever.
written by owen, 2015-Jun-15
Thank heavens that they were not HID bulbs. A replacement halogen bulb was just $3 USD. DIY to the world! On my previous car I accidentally let the bulb fall into the head light - nightmare to get it out. Luckily with the advancement in technology that is impossible to re-occur.
Engine bays of cars nowadays have gotten smaller and smaller that I thought the task of getting into the space that houses the headlights might have required professional. Luckily with a little jiggling I got out the plastic part that blocked the cover for the light.
This little thing was in the way
Very tight space
3 bucks woohoo!
Secondary air intake right below the low bean cover.
Looks like the top cracked open releasing the gas that keeps the lamp working.
written by owen, 2015-May-25
A day at the drag races, cars go vooorm vooorm, pop pop. bang, bang fashion killa. Sun was blazing on the concrete. The smell of race gas in the air. Vernam Field, Clarendon, Jamaica.
Euro type R civic. It kinda grows on you after a while.
Move out the way
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written by owen, 2013-May-30
Its a old abandoned car I saw in Barbados. I cannot determine the exactly what type of car it is. Must have been a real panty dropper back in its day.
Found it by pure luck a co-worker point me to a car which lead me to find out that its a 1963-67 Triumph Herald.
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written by owen, 2013-Feb-1
Saw this while hanging out in Mandeville.
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