As an expression of his love, Jack Harper improves upon exotic cars.
You are here: Home / Archives for Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
Filed Under: Featured Content, Hands On, Men and Machines, Not So Secret Vice, The Good Life Tagged With: Art Carr, auto assembly, automobiles, Barchetta, bespoke, bespoke model cars, Bondo, california, cars, cars of rock stars, Chip Foose, craftsman, custom models, Dan Hicks, Discovery Channel, Doobie Brothers, drag racing, Dremel, Ferrari, Ferrari 166MM Barchetta, German cars, glass pack mufflers, Grateful Dead, Hobbies, hot rods, Italian cars, Jack Harper, Janis Joplin, Jesse Colin Young, Jesse James, Marin County, Marin Sonoma Concours d'Elegance, marriage, Martin Swig, master mechanics, mental health, Mille Miglia, model cars, modelers, motorcycles, Pierre Bardinon, quality work, quiet, replicas, Revel, scale model automobiles, solitude, Testa Rossa, Therapy, Tinnitus Hyperacusis, Tour Bus, tranquility, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
In a world where anyone can watch fifteen ways to sharpen a hand saw or to build a rail gun, is craftsmanship lost?
Filed Under: Featured Content, Hands On, The Good Life Tagged With: Afghanistan, America, blue collar, capability, construction, craftsmanship, defense contractors, dignity, Fine Woodworking, hardware store, Harvard Law Review, helicopter parents, Home Depot, Humvees, ingenuity, internet, Iraq, Lowe's, lumber yard, master craftsman, mastery, military, mutiny, Norm Abrams, old men, overscheduled children, plumbers, porn, Shop class, The New York Times, This Old House, trade, United States, up-armoring, War, Work, YouTube, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance