"We have the technology....we can rebuild him"
Okay, so Bing isn't a 6 million dollar man (if he was I certainly couldn't afford to keep him around) but his recent "transplant" was certainly a success.
I picked my car up from the mechanic yesterday and, on the short drive back to the office, I noticed that something felt....different.
I was excited to test my theory, but had to get back to work. The test would just have to wait.
I drove to class, avoiding the traffic jam on the freeway by taking a side road....still looking forward to the experiment. After class I made a beeline for my baby and together we hit the open road.
Oh the acceleration. The total ZOOM of my baby now that he has his new fuel injector. The cars on the freeway weren't about to catch up with us now....I had called a mechanic before about how my baby's "get-up-and-go-just-got-up-and-went" and he said that it was probably just due to the age of my car. Bing has been sluggish for months now...I actually got used to having a car without guts. Turns out I was wrong, my baby has plenty of zip left in him!
Sadly my exit came all too quickly....but I AM driving to Springville tonight to help Cynthia's daughter with a photography assignment.
I can take to the freeway.