From looking and getting around in the last few years, you would think it was only the bad parts of the 80′s that had come back to visit us (one hopes temporarily) things like mullets and clothing infested with horrible patterns of a fluorescent nature. The return of these alone is enough to make one want to kill themself or at least those who perpetuated this fashion nonsense. It’s only recently that the only important part of the 80′s, the start of the turbo trend in vehicles and hilarious digitised “space-aged” dashboards has become popular again with the masses.
Of course, as with all things there’s those that appreciated and took care of these cars right from the offset. Once such person is Ed. Some of you might know Ed or recognize the nickname from his numberplate. Ed is a key part of retro-classics, his dedication and love of cars was all part of the same passion that aided in retro-classics coming from a concept to a reality. His devotion (perhaps addiction is a better word) to cars from the 80′s has lead to him having an impressive and ever growing stable of 100% awesome. The focus of this entry however is probably his largest and longest automotive addiction, that to the Ford Laser.