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Escapades in the Everyday

John Rimmer takes us along on his many adventures—and they’re not always lost in the woods, either. These are Escapades in the Everyday.

Makua Pakalolo Vehicle

MPV means winning. Amazing amounts of winning.
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And Project Begat Project Junior: Part 4a

Finding more with less in the fourth dimension.
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And Project Begat Project Junior: Part 3

Acceptable Levels of Disrepair: a series of extremely technical, complicated, and sophisticated concepts designed and deployed to provide self-sufficient ... well, excuses.
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And Project Begat Project Junior: Part 2

Grand gearhead insights as learned in the school of annoying, uncomfortable, cold, dark, lonely, and other sundry such knocks ... aka, the hard way. “Do you see a man who is wise in his own eyes? There is more hope for a fool than for him.”
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And Project Begat Project Junior: Part 1

At the end of the day, what am I actually working on here? Working on cars while working on life, one (or ten) projects at a time.
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WaTaBi Montero Guy’s Build Journey

Did you know these cars won some kind of desert race in one of Jackie Chan's movies? Amazing, I know.
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