Type: Posts; User: r_fostoria
I still haven't gotten used to that drawn out, cab forward 90's UFO styling that this car and the Buick Riviera of that era both had. That aside, however, it seems like a pretty impressive car,...
So this is the thread where everyone pretends to complain about the size of full sized pickup trucks? Because in all of the other pickup truck based threads on this site, it's never an issue. But, I...
Hmm, cars that time forgot, eh? You could almost say that they're... forgotten gems, perhaps?
That is not an attractive face.
I had a Volkswagen. It was like driving a photocopier. My BMW is 800% more interesting and 300% more reliable while being 7 years older, and having nearly twice the mileage.
Yeah, the w114, w116, and r107 were the most botched of all the US bumper victims. Mercedes just wasn't very good at adapting.
I've started seeing the new Suburban/Tahoe/Yukon/Escalade around and every time I'm behind one, I notice the protruding spoiler trim thing at the top of the hatch. I think that it's because the part...
That's not the same because an automatic has a torque converter that's designed with a fluid coupling between the engine and the transmission, so nothing is being worn down when they're turning at...
My dad used to do this all the time. Then he passed his car down to me and now I do this all the time. The car is at 240,000+ miles on the original clutch. Go ahead and do whatever you want.
When I read this, my mind interpreted it as "The Lincoln versailles is as sharp today as it was back when it first came out."
It was a...
I'd rather just get a regular 330ci convertible.
Maybe that's because
I love the 80's period correct tuner stuff. Has this Callaway Turbo been posted yet?
Don't lower a minivan, you'll just look like an a$$. Install some orange shag carpeting and give it a psychedelic paint job instead.
"Hey, remember how cool and fun this thing was? Yeah, we just wanted to remind you that you still can't have one."
This is a good place for the Tritation.
Fuel and temp needles are Vectrex approved. :thumbup:
(If they're digital, that is. They look digital.)