Type: Posts; User: Thrice
Bought a '05 Touring just over 3 years ago w/ 68k on it and a brand new set of PAX :mad: Put about 25k on it since then, it's been reliable and we're very happy with it. Perfect for our family of 5 +...
Bought an 05 Touring 2.5 years ago and have been very happy with it except for the PAX. Auto broker who was selling had put on a brand new set on so I rolled with them until we got a nail in 1 3...
I don't know enough about NA resale values to know if it justifies the price. Mileage and condition look great, has BBS wheels, and assuming it's not been modified/molested much, is $5k in the ball...
Yep. Snap and go, or any comparable drop in is the way to go if you're using an infant car seat. Once they can support their own head I say Mclaren. We're on our 3rd kid in about 5 years with this...
Man this thing was slow and difficult to shift! (whoever owns this one has a beaut though)
Assuming he can't afford new I'd suggest the best, current generation Dodge/Chrysler he can afford or previous gen Odyssey (biased but informed opinion).
Exactly. This guy knows his target audience.
1976 VW Westfalia Camper
This will be a hard one to beat (pun intended).
Stupidly awesome? Wouldn't see it in the theaters but I'm a Bridges and Reynolds fan so I'll see it at some point.
Sweet. Even if it's not as good as 300 I still think it'll be entertaining.
I believe Comcast just changed it to where it can't just be internet with the anymore, you have to have a cable subscription. I could be wrong but that's what I told.
When I bought my SRT-4 I wanted power windows in the rear. I never could get over it. Cheap american crap :laugh:
Nice! TCL Math FTW! Next you'll bring SCIENCE into this thread and this place will go all big bang.
The Flex was too new for us to afford but if we hadn't decided on the minivan route and I could have convinced the wife that the functionality outweighed the looks I think that's what we'd be...
Someone used wildfire instead of motor oil.