MK1 to MK4.
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MK1 to MK4.
I'd hate to get stuck by this. Surely, though, the most adventure any cacti will ever have.
Maybe the dog's just hounding you to let him/her drive.
And thanks for the comparo. I too hope the 1.8T kicks the driving experience up a couple of notches. Also wonder if the Sky-Active technology...
Any chance of 17s? Decent and durable or pothole snacks?
Damaged seats from the hedgehog?
Here's a few more:
When she was learning to drive (after marrying my Dad in 1954) he kept finding the car with a flat front tire and one day watched as she slammed into the curb when parking....
A while ago on here there was a photo of a Russian some-sort-of-behemth-vehicle with flamethrowers mounted on it.
Somewhere between the wear bars and this, they'll become slicks and give you fantastic control on dry roads, but I wouldn't try to swerve to avoid a moose in rain or snow.
On February 7, my Mom died. Have to say she did a pretty good job raising me-probably a better mom than the son I've been. She'll be missed. :heart: To keep car related, mom would get claustrophobic...
Best thread title of the day.:thumbup:
Considering how many people drive like those two already...
I'd be cross if I looked like that too.
I make it 3 for3.
1) At least slow down enough to feel the bumper strike the stop before you tear it off.
2) Hone your depth perception skills to know when to stop before hitting the stop.
Yeah, that sad droopy butt kills it for me.
Might Cadillac's lawyers not be happy with RR using "V" for its performance model?
Mine's automatic, but I'm sure its the same thing-the wheels losing/finding traction.
I've noticed the same thing on my B6 this year, twice now. I'm also in the Philly burbs-maybe its the air. Actually, I'd be interested to know what you come up with. Does your rear defroster work?...
I wouldn't drive a Towncar off a bridge.
Bear in mind your potential legal liability and insurance coverage issues if you're involved in an accident with non-functioning ABS.