Other cars and projects...Here is the new daily driver a 2005 subaru legacy, when I first got it back from the dealership. They never look as clean as when they have 6 miles on them!This is what happens when you wake up at 3am to a loud noise and look out your window. Apparently not all honda drivers know to drive down the driveway like normal people, but prefer to powerslide into trees in your front yard and take out large sections of brick wall on the way by.This was my daily driver back in my senior high school year...a 1958 chrysler crown Imperial with a 392 hemi and push button torque flight! Power everything and 360hp stock. not your average daily driver. I picked it up for the engine to put in my chevy but it was in such good shape I ended up restoring it and selling it to a collector instead.The pasture "storage facility"This is the tow beast, a 1978 F250 extended cab camper special with a 400 C6 NP203 and Dana 60s on both ends. It also has a cool rattle can camo paint job on the tailgate that adds like 10 ft/lbs of torque!Its like driving a school bus!This front dana 60 will soon be under a ranger when I get some extra time....Most people spent their middle and high school years meeting people and making friends. This is where I spent most of that time and I havent really changed much. Check out the cool bowl cut I used to sport a decade ago!!If its not bad enough that I have had a million cars in my short life, I constantly had other cars over to pay for my own vehicles. In this example, the guy had me build him a drag motor for his 72 super beetle convertible. I turned that wussy 59hp 1600cc into a pretty mean race-blocked, dual weber 44 downdrafted 2110cc firebreather. The thing popped a wheel stand its first time on the track.My dad holding the light so I can get those webers tuned rightThis was my first real hot rod, I bought from my cousin when I was 16. A 1964 chevy C10 with rear coils. He had it pretty hopped up when I got it with a worked 350 and saginaw 4spd. I tweaked and added until I decided I needed to just start from the ground up. Here it is coming apartHeres me sandblasting the frame downAnd here was reassembling the powdercoated everything with poygraphite and a later model front end with discs and power steering. I never did get much farther than this because thats when I started my first v8 swap on my first ranger. Its been it a little bit more assembled state for the last 8 years. I have tons of stuff for it like a 427 and a 8-71 blower waiting, I just havent found the time to start on it again.Here is the differnece between the Mazda M5ODR2 vs the ZFS547 for those looking for a stronger 5 speed in your small block ford.