Type: Posts; User: vdubdave
OK, the shocks are definitely worn, I can almost guarantee the tires were never rotated, and the tires are some cheap no-name brand. But, I did some searching and found this. Only problem is that I...
Backstory: I received a 2002 Focus with about 90k mi for free, so I can't complain too much. The previous owners weren't the greatest with stuff like maintenance. Anyway, I drove it as-is for a...
The Predator drives an Escalade?
While it's not the worst v6, I absolutely hated the 3.0L Vulcan I had in my Ranger. It was SLOW, noisy, had zero torques, and got terrible gas mileage.
I use mine a lot. Mostly to keep it from upshifting when I'm entering a highway and to force it to upshift once I've reached cruising speed.
WOW. Quality thread, outstanding car!!! Keep up the great work. I can't wait to see some videos and hear that thing run! :thumbup:
Couldn't agree more. I think it looks awful.
YES. I want one but can't or haven't found one I like yet.
100% automatic operation - I'm not going to push buttons every time I get in the car
Yeah we really need something to screen out people who are dangerous to themselves and others on the road (and sidewalks, apparently). Just imagine how bad it's going to get when all of the baby...
Used AS a barn for 25 years. :laugh:
But he bought it direct from the ford dealership. And it comes with two CPU's. Also, #462 imprinted on engine.
People still say "murdered out?"
Looks like arbitration is used for "lemon" vehicles in Canada:
I couldn't agree more. :D You can get a pristine example for a little over $30k, a very nice one for $25-$30k, and even a fully maintained one with higher mileage for low $20s. Not too bad for...