I spy a 3.0t badge, no?
Type: Posts; User: TimesNewRoman
I spy a 3.0t badge, no?
Never understood the whole "buy 'Murican!" mentality. As a consumer, I'm going to give my hard-earned money to the company that builds the best product in my price range. Manufacturers and...
It seems like the guy's original message was that losing weight is a matter of calories in, vs. calories out. McDonalds is trying to twist this message into "our food is healthy." Two very...
Yep (I'm in LA too, btw). People think the authorities are going to send out the C.S.I. Forensics Team to investigate their fender bender. Pull off, exchange info and get on with your life, people,...
From the humble beginnings of making cars for Hitler, to purposefully manipulating emissions tests so they could pollute 40X more than they were letting on - nothing evil about that! :P
I also share this sentiment - except instead I just went out and bought a damn Toyota Pickup instead of whining about a "new" one and having to drop another $30K.
I noticed this too - a lot of new(er) cars seem to run fairly skinny looking tires from the factory - even cars I'd consider sporty: Mustangs, 3 Series Bimmers etc. Maybe it has something to do with...
Heh, I've got one in my old Toyota Pickup. No power steering so I needed something a bit wider than normal. :wave:
My neighbor has one and it sounds pretty good, actually.
Holy crap do I want one of these for some reason. Make mine a Trailhawk - and the color selection is awesome. :beer:
Nice - a front mounted camera for parking at the mall...I mean off-roading. :beer:
I :heart: my '89 Pickup. Small, light and surprisingly fun to drive.
My wife cleans house at this game. She's originally from Japan and doesn't quite get all of the English nuances, making her choices even more ridiculous most of the time.
I like this C-10 kit. :D
Didn't Ford take some steps to de-tune the Yamaha V6 in the original SHO? Something about the engine being better or more powerful than they had expected when they originally ordered them?
His father is the COO of Ralph Lauren and makes like 8 figures a year. Matt probably got laughed at by the other kids of executives for driving such an "old" POS. lol
Huh, I guess the market for $80,000 Mustangs isn't what it used to be.
Thanks, kind stranger. I believe it's actually the same Rustoleum "hammered bronze" that mellbergVWfan is using, IIRC. Sounds familiar enough and looks about the same in the pics...
Looks decent: eh, I like 'em.
The sliding door track gap is smaller than the hood gap! Heyyooo!!!