Type: Posts; User: -DWM-
Absolutely I do. Especially my work truck with the fragile Chevy key. The key stays in the ignition, the remote comes with me, and the van gets locked.
No, that article was clearly written prior to release of the second generation LX Charger.
At most, I'm wrong about the 3rd 2015 generation. It's a...
Wikipedia is wrong.
Three different generations.
I'll have to dip into my 401K for this one. :eek:
You guys estimating $100 for this might be low. A super-car model with 81mm tires would probably go for $150, depending on included functions...
If the VIN starts with "J" it was made in Japan.
Likewise. I have no problem using the self-serve car wash on my current car. Anytime in the past I had a car I thought was "cool" though, I would only hand wash. Now I can't even find my old hand...
I worked at Murray's (Now O'Reilly) back in the day, we weren't supposed to accept tips for wipers or batteries, but some customers insisted. I never turned down a tip. Want to give me $5 for 1...
Nice, I was wondering when they would do this.
This van looks awesome, and the tech is great. A game changer, for sure.
Probably frame rails aft of the cab, ala Jeep Comanche.
That's gorgeous. I can't wait to see it in person if it comes to the Chicago auto show.
Damn fine work!
My wife and I are planning a vacation for this summer for our anniversary. Has anyone here used this service? What do you think of it? We'd love to fly out west and rent a convertible to drive...
I miss this one, too. 1989 Honda Accord LX-i. I had two, and it was going to be a project where I took the clean shell and restore it with the interior of the rusty red daily driver.
My 2004 Neon R/T. It's probably pretty rough by now, though.
Less thinking, more welding!
I don't like that slip joint. Consider having everything "clocked" and adjusted just-so, and having that slip joint welded up. I don't even know why it's there, so close to that coupling and all.
Small inside, inefficient, but very capable 4WD. You'll pay a premium for the CRD engine. Watch out for worn out front end parts on higher mileage examples.