Had a great time yesterday at the Rivertown Gear Busters’ “Trunk Pop ’02 Swap,” hosted by Jason Gipson. A highlight of the day was watching a steering wheel swap performed in a few minutes in the middle of the street.

I was thrilled to purchase a bunch of parts for $100 total. (Some were free; what a great community!) Axles, front shocks, front turn signals (with “flush”-style lens—very exciting, trust me), round tail light bits, and miscellaneous door hardware.