Well, a fleet update as I haven't done one in a while. First off, the Bluebuck. Overall condition: eh The car that I found in my backyard that apparently hadn't been running for some 30 years. Got it running, fixed the crucial things to a point where I could drive it, yadda yadda yadda. This is all old news. Recently, I went on down to Beamco and got it painted for some 500 bucks. The fact that it's a 500 dollar paintjob shows, but I masked stuff off before I got it painted, so it's okay. Pretty much anything would be better than the rusty black paint that was coated in a layer of tree sap. I'm pretty sure that was house paint or something, who knows. It's still missing a rear bumper and front left fender, but I'll figure that out later. The car's at the just-right level of crap for me, nice-ish enough, but not so nice that I'm scared to park it outside. Long story short, the Bluebuckaroo is a lot less crappy than it was. Second, the Grand Marshal. Overall condition: good enough It's rusty, but mechanically sound. It's a Gabeslist find for a few grand, which was worth it. The paint's crap, the wheels are crap, the tires need replacing, but other than that, it's a pretty solid car. But, it is V8 and RWD, which don't exactly mean practicality in the snowy land of Maine. I'll probably sell it soon enough in exchange for something more fuel efficient. A good beater car for the summer. Lastly, the truck, my extended cab D25. Overall condition: too nice I bought this bad boy when I moved to Firwood for only $6500. It was an absolute steal. This thing is immaculate. Maintenance done at the dealer at manual intervals, garaged, washed weekly, what more could you ask for? Barely even 65,000 miles, too. This thing is way too nice for me. I can keep it in good shape for many years to come, but it deserves an owner who can keep it in excellent shape, mainly by garaging it. I love this thing, but I'll probably part with it sometime soon enough for a less nice truck, something I'm not afraid to drive in the snow and salt.