Sold the Tan 242

In a flurry of writing I have composed three new articles and started work on the fourth. I wrote a guide for making your own wiring harness, a K-Jet FAQ, and a comprehensive explanation of the inner workings of the K-Jetronic system. I started work on a K-Jet debugging guide as well.

I also had to change the hosting for this site. It is still available by typing in http://www.k-jet.org of course, but the server has changed, so any links on other pages to files on this website will no longer work (such as all the pictures I have posted on forums.turbobricks.com)

The Forums are back up and running. I recently upgraded the software, and due to the server change, I could not keep the posts that were on it. I manually copied some of the posts that were still relevant, but really, it’s not a very heavily used forum anyway.

In other news, I bought another Volvo. I can justify it, I swear. I used to have two 242’s, both of which were pretty hard to haul stuff in. I recently sold my tan 242 (sniff). However, I was perusing the web the other day and found a 1982 245 (wagon) for sale for about $100 in my town. I got it running a couple days ago. Including the DMV fees of about $120, I have spent a total of about $500 on it to get it into shape. Maybe I’ll post some pictures later.

Tan Car for Sale

Well, it’s been a long time here because of the lack of internet access on my part. Things have changed, and things haven’t really changed. Now that I have the internet again (slow 56k) I will be making more frequent updates. For now though, I’m selling my tan car because I can’t afford to own two cars right now.