I think it’s safe to assume that the tag on this 2000-2002 Saturn SL1 came from another vehicle. The SL1 does not even have the dual-cam engine in my SL2, so this car has never been THAT hot!
This page will be updated occasionally as service, maintenance, repairs, etc. are made to my “Project Saturn”. It is not really intended for anyone to read, but feel free to browse if you really do have nothing else to do. No national security secrets here…
In Flashback Friday 7 you saw my first old Chevy pickup, now we have the second. I was having a big time with the new Miata, but they aren’t that great for hauling trash, or anything else. I had also made some improvements to the Miata and had it like I wanted it. But I had an itch to have another project, and I had some cash. I wanted another truck, and I knew what I wanted. Read the rest of this entry »
No need to tell the history of this car. I shouldn’t even need to mention it’s name. But then again, most people only know it as a “De Lorean” which is only the brand name, not the model. It is actually a De Lorean DMC-12, but since this is the only model that De Lorean Motor Company built it is fine with me if you just call it a “De Lorean”. Read the rest of this entry »
I haven’t seen one of these in a while, and since I took these photos I have seen 3 more. That always seems to happen when I find something for the site. After becoming an expert on Ford Tempos (five minutes on the Internet) I am amazed at what a huge seller this thing was. In it’s first year sales of the Tempo and it’s twin sister Mercury Topaz were 531,468. Read the rest of this entry »
To make up for yesterday here is a double dose of S.O.T.S. I found this 1951 Chevrolet Styleline for sale last week. The sign (see photo) tells the interesting story of this survivor. If one of you out on the Interwebs wants this car, the area code is 205 so call the guy at the number on the sign. But be careful, it looks like he has a bit of an attitude! Read the rest of this entry »