The wife and I got up this morning and took the Galants to Annapolis Cars & Coffee. I spend so much time wrenching on these turds, I tend to forget how nice it is to actually just take the cars out and enjoy them.
It was pretty nice in Annapolis today. A little on the warm side, but the breeze off the bay made walking around bearable.
The guys who organize the Annapolis Cars & Coffee event are pretty much all exotic owners. As a result, the scene tends to consist of a lot of nicer high end cars, which are always nice to look at. The import turnout is typically pretty low, but a few did show.
I got the wife to drive 820 out so 1837 wasn't hard parked all alone. We walked around for a few hours, and got to talk to some cool car guys. I took a lot of pictures, while the wife was multi-tasking between looking at cars and catching Pokémon in an attempt to best SkeatMoney, who I'm told is the local Pokémon gym owner:
Anyways, here's a photo dump of the day:
Notice anythig fimiliar about the GTR stock BOV?
After Cars and Coffee, we went and filled up the Galants and took them for a little cruise. American Ethanol FTW
820 and 1837 cruising around: 1837 tailing 820
On the way home, my wife driving 820 grabbed the attention of a bike cop. Apparently cops just issue warnings if you have boobs