Category Archives: Philosophy of driving

Driving is more than a means to an end

I’m back! (Again)

It’s been a while, no? Over two years actually…. What has been going on? A lot of things, some of them good, some of them not car related. But there have been a few projects and interesting things going on, … Continue reading

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Buying an old car in Canada. Here is what can go wrong

A few months ago, I teased the fact that I wanted to buy a car, since I wanted to drive. Canada is the second biggest country in the world, with some of the longest roads and the most diverse terrain. … Continue reading

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When your car is calling to be driven

Sure, just a picture, but I am really proud of it. Also, a bit depressing, as it turns out my phone takes better pictures than my actual camera. Two Alpine A310, a sunset, what else are you waiting for?

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Alpine America: Keeping the flame alive

There is something about classic cars. Thinking of it objectively, they are just hunks of metal, through which fluids flow, combustion happens and they move. When you think about it, they have more in common with a lawn mower than … Continue reading

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Buying an old car (in Canada), what could go wrong?

So as you may have realized, I really wanted to get a car. I even dedicated a post to musing on what would be best for Canada, and the conclusion was the Porsche 944. As is custom with me, when … Continue reading

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