She doubts your tractors sexy.
Do you aspire to be a farmer or maybe just want to piss off your neighbors with bad lawn art? We have exactly what you need right here. She’s not…Read More
Misadventures of a Drift Newbie, Part 13: We’re back!
After a bit of a hiatus, we’re back! Back in November at our last practice day we obliterated the clutch to the point that the car had to be towed…Read More
Misadventures of a Drift Newbie, Part 12: Soukoukai #4 Practice Day!
We finally participated in our first practice day! It was Spirit.jp’s Soukoukai #4 on 11/17/19. We’ve been preparing for this event for a long time, it was our first time…Read More
Misadventures of a Drift Newbie, Part 11: Practice Day Prep.
We’ve been quite busy working on the car since our novice clinic last month! I started out with some body work, I got the passenger’s side almost good enough to…Read More
Misadventures of a Drift Newbie, Part 9: From the Junkyard to International Recognition!
Since my last post the Lemon House team and I have been working on the car as well as our plans for it’s future. I’ve also been reflecting on where…Read More
Misadventures of a Drift Newbie, Part 7: Novice Clinic Preparation.
Once we made our goal of getting our trusty 300ZX to the Spirit.jp event for our debut in the VIP parking section last month, it was time to start refining…Read More
1970’s Style, unreliably packaged
If you are like us you appreciate vehicles that exhibit a perfect balance of quality, performance, reliability, comfort, and style. Here at Roscoe’s, we don’t have that vehicle. What we…Read More
Misadventures of a Drift Newbie, Part 4: Chizuru Awakens.
Last Sunday my teammate Nate came over, and we set about rousing Chizuru from her slumber with the help of a new fuel pump. We thought it was going to…Read More
Misadventures of a Drift Newbie. Part 3: Work Continues.
Work has been continuing on the Z31, slowly but surely it’s coming along. Since the last post my teammate Nate and I have removed the carpet and headliner, and many…Read More
“Stumper” an explanation for the jeep rat rod thing in the corner of our shop.
This whole project started a few not so short years ago with a relatively simple idea: “After years of wishy-washy feelings towards modifying this car or that, I decided that…Read More