|Today 01:35 PM|
Here's a picture of my hellish driveway...the wall on the street side is about 8' tall and the street the google car was taking the photo on is also going downhill to the right so you can imagine my dilemma lol. I wonder does the city own the transition or is that mine? I'm baffled why the previous owner would pour a brand new driveway and leave that narrow shit transition at the bottom...
This summer the plan is (if I ever finish the bathroom) to tear out the smaller wall next to the front yard and grade it up with stepped landscaping bricks or something. Anyone who attempts to back down the driveway has issues if they're not used to it. It's funny how I didn't even think about it when I was looking at the house
|Today 01:19 PM|
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|Today 12:51 PM|
|Kazooo||The driveway will yield a better return than a Miata will.|
|Today 12:36 PM|
i mean, it would be a fun car, but you already have a WRX. If you were DDing a gas saver I'd say go for it, but, otherwise I don't see it. just my 2c
edit: you should use that 4k to go towards fixing the driveway ;)
|Today 12:28 PM|
What do you guys think? Missed out on a mint 2000 with a hardtop and 80k miles asking $6500. listing was there for like a day.
My issue right now is my driveway is steep and the transition from the street is shit so it's easy to scrape the front bumper with most cars. I feel like it would be terrible in a Miata.
|Yesterday 09:11 PM|
Hooray for making a mold!
BCN_8720 by Detroit Style, on Flickr
It's 11 minutes past my bed time...Crap.
|Yesterday 06:26 PM|
|blackfx4x4||Looks like I'm going to cruise mine up to my buddy's pave so he can take his Challenger down to his new house a little south of town. He's even buying the has. Win lol.|
|Yesterday 05:22 PM|
Took the FZ out today for about 3hours.
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