Then this short video should help you. Although it’s for the Canadian market I just like all the ingredients that this film has. Speed, handling, excitement, thrills….’Low Flying’ at it’s best. Yes, I’m biased. I’m lucky enough to own the white one shown in the photo on this blog. Motoring Nirvana? Absolutely.
I have had some really lovely comments back from folk who have stopped by to read a post from my blog. Thank you.
Originally aiming to ‘drop stuff off’ mainly on design and education I have also thrown some other bits into the mix that relate to my passion for all things automotive (as can be seen from my header photo – the two toys in my life – a Caterham nee Lotus Seven and an Aprilia Moto 6.5 designed by Philippe Starck – one of my favourite designers). I have had quite a few emails requesting some information on these two so I will be writing something about them shortly for you. In the meantime…
My point for this entry is this. Although I originally wanted to share my professional experiences and passion for design education (I am a Design Teacher by trade….) there is obviously a tide of interest in my passion for petrol-head stuff. And I can write all day on that area of study too! My other love is good-old-fashioned-toe-tapping-Rock-music such as AC/DC, Van Halen, ZZ-Top, Chickenfoot (and loads more besides…).
Oh, and I love the cartoon character ‘Wile E Coyote‘ too…(‘Wile7 is my car forum handle). So, I will diversify a little to include more on the ‘other stuff’ whilst retaining the design education focus as well.
Below is a photo of Brian Johnson (Lead singer with AC/DC) parking his beloved 1928 4.5 Litre Bentley Touring affectionately named ‘Thunder Guts’. A great mix of rock and automotive icons 🙂
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Miss my baby…soon sweetheart…soon 😉