MX-6 Starts, House Suffocates
THE GARAGE — Last weekend, The Blue House heard an extraordinary noise. The cause? The MX6 (a.k.a. Gibraltar) fired up for the first time in a very, very long time. Fumes of hard work diffused throughout the house, filling the air with proud molecules of carbon monoxide. House members stood in awe as they made attempts to protect their eardrums while watching the miraculous display.
“I’ve never heard such noise before. Ever since I joined the Blue House, all I knew the MX6 was capable of was sitting there in dull silence. I was wrong,” Nickle told the BHL.
“Oh that noise. That’s just the open headers,” M.C Fox explained.
When a car has open headers, there is no exhaust system installed, and the motor sounds like a powerful thunder storm in an enclosed garage. House members, however, could only take so much of the awesomeness before the light headedness and burning eye sensation kicked in. Residents were forced to evacuate the House and retreat to the sanctity of the Porch.
The show continued sporadically throughout the night in celebration. Even the neighborhood ass, Steve, had to bray in response to the rumbling. Fry-Bry, the House’s Porch Rider and renowned MX6 pessimist, admitted that overcoming that feat was a huge step for Fox in his mission to get The Gibraltar up and running.
“I’m really doing all this for the kids,” Fox told an audience of fellow Car-Domain.com enthusiasts.” I know they don’t get to see one of these beauties too often. But really, it’s for everyone’s viewing pleasures. And it’s fun to drive.” Fox also stated, however, that the car won’t be ready for any shows soon, but things are looking up for next year.
In response to the excitement, Fry-Bry grumbled, “That hunk of metal ain’t going anywhere, brother. Eight-year-olds, dude.”
“I still have a lot of work to do before I enter it into anything just yet. It needs another coat of paint probably.” Fox said.
Although Fox is cautious in his predictions, other House members have faith that they’ll live to see the 6 drive up and down the road someday.