Where do you want to be… ever wonder how people have made an empire with a goal or a simple idea that seems like you could of thought of it or seems so easy you can do it. To me, this is kind of strange because we all dream about being that guy or girl that seems to have it all from money, to houses, to cars, and so on, and so on. In a way some people have had it easy from the jump and in turn, has it easier to purse whatever their passions, whereas, others have started with nothing and built something with just pure creativity or just god given skill. On the other hand, there is the average every day person that has to fight up the ranks just to get noticed. Usually thats about 95 percent of us individuals trying to make something out of nothing with no skill set and no creative mind. The difference that separates each and every person that has ever tried to do something no matter what life the cost or circumstance is a hustle mentality. The main point I’m trying to make is the idea of “hustle Until”. Hustle until you have beaten all your ideas and concepts to death, hustle until all you can think of is how to get where you want to be no matter what obstacle , hustle until you give you it 100 percent, and then hustle some more. Many times it’s easy to give up on a dream or skill that is worth reaching for, but most of the greats keep the grind no matter what, and the results are pure awesomeness. For whom ever has read this, the take away shouldn’t be to do something, the take away should be is to do something worth while that can be passed down therefore a creating a legacy. In a sense, the saddest death of all, is when nobody know you were once alive.
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So you met a wonderful girl or guy that’s into motorsports. Seems pretty good right, well it depends on quite a few things that can make or break said relationship. This has to do with a lot of time that deals with interests or other things that you may or may not have in common. Like every relationship their is some things that you like or don’t like to do as a couple. I mean I’m no relationship expert, but what I do know is that either someone is or is not into something and the battle can wage from time spent on a project or just being with the crowd. Also it seems that most people don’t necessarily work in the field, but rather most people have this as a hobby, or to make spare cash. Personally, if you can get your girl or guy to participate the chances that they will enjoy it will increase. For instance, car shows and swapmeets can be a great place to meet new people or get exposed to things that otherwise weren’t available. But that also can create fine lines of either togetherness or separation. I find this kind or strange because usually events are usually family oriented but depending on who you are with the green eyed monster is woken lol. Cause let’s face it beautiful people normally attend and the eyes tend to wander so sunglasses are a must. To put it terms that are easy to understand, I would say if motorsports are your reason to live your best bet is to met someone that is likeminded to avoid potential problems down the road, and that is my two cents. ✌
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Since there is a lot of social media to choose from, finding a platform can be difficult for broadcasting yourself, as well as finding different things to catch attention, or simply to gather ideas and information. The reason I like pinterest is because you don’t need to necessarily follow someone to see their pictures, and or ideas. This is kind of a simplified version of all social media put together. I tend to look at and try to formulate an idea as to what I would do to my project because lets face, pretty much everything has already been done and newer things are being built on top of what already is. This for me is the when I can choose what I like from what I already can see, and this makes it cheaper for you in the long run. I am not try to boast up pinterest in any way but the value of seeing things that are already out there is priceless if you have a specific goal in mind. Also, you don’t have to follow someone just to look at a few pictures. In addition, I really like how things are suggested to you based on a search or what you have saved. So this in turn gives me a look into new parts, clothing or just about anything that you find intriguing. That’s my take, like it or leave it. lol….#Drivewayjunky
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Who would have thought searching for parts in this day and age would be so time consuming, frustrating, informative and adventurous. I have always figured with all the things that are created with 3D printers and online stores, searching for parts would be cut and dry. Until one finally goes on the hunt for something that has not been made for 50 or so years, reality begins to sink in as to where to go or who to talk to. I have heard stories of people traveling cross county trying to find a specific part or car that cannot be found anywhere locally. You might think with all the technology you can snap a picture and your good to go, but in trusting people for what they may be selling you can score, or end up with something that is entirely different from what is advertised. I have always found it better to search locally because you can see what you’re buying and make a decision on the spot. On the other hand, since everybody seems to want a classic car, parts and accessories or starting to become rare to find partly due to trends. That is where you may have to decide whether to go original or aftermarket, where each has its pros and cons. When purchasing aftermarket products, sure they are shinny and new but you may find that the part does not fit properly regardless if it was made to specifications. Some parts may need tweaking in order to fit properly and some parts may fit like a glove, it just depends on what your application needs are. Whereas original, you know for a fact that the part or parts will fit as needed but you may need to sandblast, paint, degrease or whatever it takes to make as new as possible. I found that ebay seems to have a wide variety of parts new and used, but again do your research on what it is before you buy. There’s nothing worse than buying something twice or even three times. It’s always better to go to car shows and swap meets to talk to those that have already been down the path you’re headed. It saves time and a whole lot of headaches and also save your pocket book.