Saturday, December 30, 2006

New Element Discovered



No, not radioactive 118... my new ride... just like the old ride, only better.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's a nice zoom zoom, did you get GPS.

Rick Lee said...

No GPS built-in. It does have XM radio though. I've used GPS on the laptop for many years. I wouldn't go traveling around the state without it. Not on a bet.

kenju said...

Those Elements do look as though they screw aerodynamics....lol.

Happy New Year, Rick.

Anonymous said...

That is a great color red. Happy New Year, just wanted to tell you how much I've enjoyed your photographs, and how much I've learned.

Anonymous said...

Great choice, Rick! Happy 007! One of my nephews barged into the middle of a commercial shoot for the Element when I took him to see the cars on display at Honda's Tokyo headquaters. (It was just being introduced then.)

We were very apologetic. They were very apologetic. Everyone was apologetic. Then my nephew won the grand prize: they said "wait a moment, over there." So we did. Out of the elevator, walks this incredibly beautiful young girl about his age with keys in her hands, "Would you like to see our NSX?," she asks, ignoring me. And down to the basement garage we went.

(Although she gave him the keys and let him open everything up, and start it, she wasn't a fool: no driving.)

Anonymous said...

Nice!!!

shenkpateam said...

Where did you get the 'Screw Aerodynamics' decal ??

Rick Lee said...

The "outofmyelement.com" website seems to be gone now. The email address on the paypal receipt was tonefoxy@mac.com

You might try emailing that person and see if they still have any.

Another email to try is Theodore Brook [outofmyellie@yahoo.com]