Signing Off

I’m back! But unfortunately, only for this post. For the few of you who have bothered to visit this site, I want to officially sign off and give a conclusion rather than just disappearing. My absence here has been well over a year, and I do apologize. It’s pretty clear I’ve drifted away from blogging though my interest in cars is still strong as many changes have happened shown below. Ironically, the 2014 Lexus I was excited to share in my previous post has already been sold to make room for my new daily and a new restoration project. I’ve also since sold the Mazda 6 “S”. If you wish to still follow my adventures, I remain active on Instagram and I elaborate more on the additions to the garage @pawelasgarage.

I wish everyone the best, and from the bottom of my heart a very big thank you for stopping by, commenting, and contributing to some of my craziness here.


And for a few photos. As of December, 2021 my current collection is as follows:

  • 1991 Ford F-250 XLT Lariat Diesel 5spd – Purchased in February, 2021 as a restoration project which is nearly complete. 151,000 original miles
  • 1998 Ford SVT Contour – Still going strong @ 141,000 miles
  • 2004 Mazda 6 i – Still going strong @ 206,100 miles
  • 2021 Tesla Model 3 Long Range – 8,410 miles. Replaced 2014 Lexus IS350 and 2004 Mazda 6 “S”

Once again, thank you and see you around!


7 thoughts on “Signing Off

  1. Totally understand the decision to hang up your blogging spurs, although I’ll admit to a tinge of disappointment at the news. That said, I’m looking forward to continuing to follow your vehicle adventures on IG. Also? Your Binford Tools pickup truck at RADwood was next-level awesome. Thanks for writing this conclusion to your blog!!

    • It is sad to hang up those spurs, but I’ll at least keep things up on IG! You’ll see progression in the Binford truck in the coming months. Thanks for all the support and keep up with your travels! We need to see that Accord get to 500k miles soon. 🙂

  2. Yes, good call on a formal send-off. I very much left my blog out to dry, haha. I figure I may get the urge to put something on there once a year. Love the evolution of your automotive fleet and can’t wait to see what 2022 brings!

    • Thanks, Tyson and I have to admit, it’s sad to wrap things up…been doing this since 2013! But, I’ll be archiving this into books to keep the memories alive. Keep up with yours even if it’s just a few posts here and there. Cheers to 2022!

  3. It’s nice to see you concluding your blogging journey on here. It’s bittersweet, but I’ll follow on Instagram. Traveling in vehicles that make you happy are therapeutic and one of the best ways to relax. Congrats on the new cars!

    -a random stranger who found your blog in 2014 and following you since then

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