Max’s interceptor replicar, Road Warrior version.
Sorry, I know I’ve been slacking with the updates!
glad to see hipsters are still around in the post apocalypse.
Hahaha…and one of my favorite opening scenes ever. =)
Halloween 2010! This was my costume last night; The Warrior Woman from The Road Warrior. Sorry, no picture of me on my bike.
Tonight I will be dressing up as The Warrior Woman, Virginia Hey’s character from The Road Warrior. I made this costume a few years ago and I’ve worn it twice before. Maybe I can get someone to take a picture of me in the costume sitting on my new bike. I won’t make any promises, but I’ll see what I can do ;-)
“Two men enter; one man leaves.”
Who rules Bartertown??
I really, really, REALLY want to go to this. Too bad I wouldn’t be able to bring a motorcycle since it’s on the other side of the country.
This was a slightly unusual car show, held at The Steel Yard in the early evening. It seemed to be open to virtually anything, but the show consisted of mostly vintage American cars and rods. I brought my CB100, Baby, to show her for the very first time in all the 13 years I’ve owned her. I’m glad I did too, because my bike surprisingly generated quite a buzz and I got tons of compliments on her. Plus, I ended up winning the door prize, which was a Steel Yard tee shirt. Not too shabby! Here’s some of my favorites from the show:
Chevy Pickup, front and back.
Pontiac Le Mans
Jeep Station Wagon
1919 Indian Boardtracker
Ford Custom Sedan
Mr. Cool Chevy Detail
La Salle Convertible
VW Rabbit had “the stance”
Baby and the rest of the bikes
Panel detail of a beautifully hand-made Ford
Post-Apocalyptic Chevy Caprice
Weird Saab Thing
Yamaha XS650 and Honda Civic Wagon
As usual, you can check out the rest of the photos in my Flickr set.
Fictional Motorcycle Hero: Jim Goose. “Jimmy the Goose, larger than life and twice as ugly!”
“I’m just here for the gasoline.”
If you are a Road Warrior geek like me, you will find this awesome. It made my day =)
I ♥ the Golden Boy on Wez’ back.