Type: Posts; User: nemo1ner
Did you try looking for a used Golf TDI? May end up being the same as a jetta, but with more useable space. I always find that hatchbacks tend to be more versatile over their sedan counterparts.
There is rust along the rockers. You can almost see it bublig under the paint. At least, it looks like it in the photos.
Check the ball joints. Give the wheels a good shake. Also see if you can...
Yet somehow he is smart enough to afford a Veyron.
Well done sir. Well done indeed.
To be honest, it needed an update. Might as well start a 2015 thread.
From 2005 until 2013, only 407 were sold. Although you can still buy them, they are still rare since it is rare that someone will buy one, and rare for most to see one in passing.
With those cars, the preferred method is just to slap chains on it and drag it onto a flat bed. Since so many vehicles get towed in NYC, no one looks twice at a car being dragged onto a tow truck.
Wow. I see what you did there. [emoji481]
Woke up in a new Bugatti!
Never mind, it's just a prison cell.
My mother had eye surgery that ended up botching her vision in one eye and making it quite blurry. She could no longer drive comfortably at dusk or at night. She says that it felt like looking...
Now you have gone too far!
This thread has already been condemned to fail. Might as well lock it up now.
Mirrors are used. But technically, if you are ahead and taking the proper line within the "Vortex of Danger," the car behind should be yielding (don't hit what you can see). It's ultimately his...
I was in a coworker's new X6. The back window is absolutely useless. He can only use the camera while backing up, and in doing so, still managed to nearly miss another coworker's car that he "didn't...
I retract my previous statement. DO take the scenic route...every damn time. $250 a pop will get you plenty of upholstery cleaner with a lot left over for ypu to end your shift properly with hookers...
Don't take the scenic route then. :laugh: