Whoa, been quite a while since I've updated my pages here. Summer went by too fast as I did not accomplish as much as I anticipated. My goal was to fin... Show moreish the paint and body so that the interior could be done over the winter time. I finally finished my wheels and had them wrapped in some new BF Goodwrich treads. I went over the body to apply the second coating of sealer when dissaster struck. I'll let the photos decipher what happened.
As you can see, a fire started in our garage. It looks like it was due to a malfunctioning freezer. Our house suffered extensive heat exposure which cracked most of the windows, and melted some siding. My neighbor's house is mostly a lost as it suffered quite a bit of damage to the second floor.
So R.I.P. Yellowbird. You were quite the learning experience and headache as well. I was soooo looking forward to driving you in the spring of '06. My 'ol yellow T/A, for eternity you'll just remain a sweet day dream. Show Less
My very first b-day, featuring my first T/A! That's right, I looked up close to the original photo and saw a pheonix on the hood! Now I can say that I ... Show morewas brainwashed! There I am, getting started early learning how to detail cars! Time Warp! Oh, and good thing my father actually wisened-up and got rid of that car finally!Every now and then us guys like to go out and play in the mud.Before......During......After Troublemakers! Utah '96, Blue Bell Pass. Conquered while I was in scouts. We ended up doing alot of hiking, mountain biking and white water rafting. Oh yeah, I'm also an Eagle Scout. This clip had been created by my friend Charlie when he owned his T/A and had a web page devoted to T/A's (DNE anymore). Most of you may recognize it being posted on the Texas Trans Am page. My first Buck! A four pointer I shot in West Valley, NY 11/04 This here is a shot of my old station wagon in front of my parent's cottage in Temagami, Canada. It's a log cabin built on a rock overseeing the lake. Most people drive they're vehicles all over the lakes to their cottages during the wintertime, so we had to do so at lease once. Show Less