Oubaas at Track Alignment

Other jobs going on at the panelbeaters workshop …
Jobs for real manly men!

Mornin’ my sweeties, hope you all doin’ well and can’t wait to get another action- and fun filled day started. After yesterday the spraypainter and me decided the chance of rain was too big and agreed on starting his next round of un-fucking his bad paintjob only today, I first went to the Foodlovers Market and on the way had my track aligned …

Oubaas on some vehicle lift again. :/
They might be using the lastest in modern and sexy laser tech …
… but in the end the labour is laborious, hard and dirty.
Meanwhile on the outside the really hard and dirty work is doing itself! 🙂
Around the corner from my mechanics I see a row of mobile Covid-19 testing stations.
Honest working class 1973 Cortina … but powersteering doesn’t fit in my Transit. :/

YAY! They have made a plan to finally provide me and Oubaas with powersteering. After long thinking and talking muffled below my van they emerged with a half-formed idea. By its looks the Cortina or Granada steering rack is too huge or at a wrong angle or whatdoIknow so they wanna put in some “box” from a Mercedes S-Class. Ooooh, posh! 😉

The choice vehicle of crazy rich Asian lesbians is a much better match for Oubaas! 🙂

Judging by the amount of donour parts everywhere in and on Oubaas I should maybe rename him Frankenford or sumsuch. 😮 Well, it’s Halloween season anyway …

4 comments

  1. With new power steering you’ll have to go back to the gym for your upper body workouts. Haha, the rich Asian lesbians made me laugh so hard. Frankenford would have to be puke green in color, but Oubass is an icon.

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    • “Oubass is an icon.”
      No. But Oubaas is! LOL Baas means uncle, master, bossman, elder …
      But right, yes, we wanna avoid a sickly green painted car. 😮

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    • Good to know that mechanics choose Ford as their trusted vehicles. They are better, no? Real blue collar heros. I love them soooo. My dad had a row of Fords but he knew nothing about cars and probably bought them since the dealership was close by. No wonder his daughters both turned out to be kinda petrolheads and chose boats and cars over family and kidz and all that sentimental nonsense.

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