Are you ready for the return of Gearbox Magazine? I am. Kinda. Okay, so I’m shitting bricks. I’m terrified.
After a nearly two year hiatus, I’m pleased to announce the return of Gearbox Magazine! We’re officially re-launching in January, but expect to resume publishing in December.
Are you a revolutionary gearhead? Are you on our list? If so, get ready. The next email is scheduled for tomorrow, October 6th, 2016, at 6AM MST (GMT-7).
I’ve already mentioned living on Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas. Riding the 3-wheeler, getting bit by the same dog twice, Dad’s brand new Chevy conversion van – the one stolen/repo’d our first week in Detroit. What I didn’t mention was Fort Bliss was where my brother and I had our first run-in with a Volvo.
It’s been over two months since the last time I published anything here. Could this be the end of Gearbox Magazine? Part of me says yes. Part says no.
The second half of my first grade year took place in Seattle, Washington. I’ve never lived in a more interesting neighborhood than I did there. I asked my mom if she remembered the address so I could Google Street View the place. All she remembered was “Magnolia” and the street was “a number of some […]
(This article was originally published by Deanna Isaacs via The Auto Reporter.) Anyone who has frequented this site will know by know that I’m a Mazda Miata/MX-5 fangirl. I sat on the edge of my couch watching the unveiling of the brand new MX-5 in September of 2014. Fast forward one year and the 2016 […]
If you hadn’t noticed, I’ve shifted towards more storytelling here lately. I’m trying to post more often; working on my gearhead autobiography.
(Reminder: This is a rough draft.)
And airplanes. Not so much boats and motorcycles, though I’ve always admired them from a distance. Chalk it up to one of those things where you know you’d probably love it and have even less time and money to spend on yet another interest.