What I used during Advanced Photo. I pulled out my old bulk roll of Tri-X that expired two decades ago, last time I used it was 3 years ago, but it did come in handy allowing me to shoot ASAP while waiting for my new bulk roll to come in. It wasn’t the case until recently, but thankfully shooting 100ft bulk rolls of film is back to being an affordable price.
Boxes and cans, 20 years apart.
In fact, I ended up buying another 100ft roll which got used up the first week in June.
We have 6 CJ-8 Scramblers from the early 1980s which are my favorite to drive, though I’ve killed one of them already. These are the first vehicles I’ve dealt with that had carbureted engines which I actually enjoy quite a lot and have learned a bit about. I will say: they do tend to break down easier sometimes but are generally easy to fix if you know what you’re doing. Evidently a lot of the other drivers are lazy or stupid, either way there have been enough complaints that the company put fuel injectors in three of the CJs and it breaks my heart a bit. The engine doesn’t look quite like it used to, nor does it sound as mean.
pictured: Ruby’s engine
Of course, putting a fuel injector in doesn’t mean that the thing will never break down:
In fact, maybe that makes just one more thing to go wrong…