I dunno if you guys heard, but the fucking Raptor doesn't even get a V8, so I wouldn't hold my breath.
Subaru’s internal report said it wanted to “break out of the bottom” and improve to 101 problems in 2019, then move up to “middle ranking,” with 90 problems in 2020. But in the 2019 results, released last week, it finished seventh from the bottom, with 113 problems.
Never thought about this either, but there’s something truly vintage about no tint and in think you’re right.
I started my own business in 2015, and that allowed me to begin working from home. When I lived in Nashville, that wasn’t a problem, because in East Nashville, everything is close. Heck, I used to ride my BMX bike to the gym.
I pulled a 12-year-old kid from the mound this year, asked him if he made every pitch perfectly up to that point in the game. He said no.
My ‘91 manual sedan was a great car.
‘Vette guys tend to be the slightly wealthier and more jingoistic versions of the Miata guys who drop hundreds of dollars on trim rings for their trim rings, so I’m not that suprised...
You’re doing it right.
since the Hemi gets shitty mileage...
I was the same way. Working from home has been a godsend. I couldn’t imagine living the office life again.
Every once in a while it’s just a “fuck-it” day, when I take care of emergencies and stuff that’s already been scheduled but everything else gets blown off and I watch Netflix. Other days I’m perfectly happy to…
I usually do 80 minutes of tempo rides. 200 watts for 20 minutes, 100 watts for 20 minutes, repeat.
At least $90 million has come from existing investor DP World
I still get the weekly updates just for posts like this:
I’m not an enthusiast, just a firearm owner. They are like my bike and nintendo switch. Fun possessions that get used when I want to and then properly secured when they are not. 99% of the time they are locked up. My family barely knows they exist. They are not who I am so attempting to shame me merely by owning them…
Practicality and reliability have no place in these articles - only creative hipster points.
According to the legal filings, the dual-clutch transmissions
Was going to suggest looking at the VIN. All makers use the same code for model year in character 10 of the VIN. For 2016, for all vehicles sold in the US and Canada, it will be G, 2017 is H, 2018 is J (I is not used) etc.
I thought the Challenger looked dated when it came out in 2008. But the weird thing is that the older it gets, the more it looks “classic,” with clean proportions, and no silly extra creases or ornamental details that have made the Camaro and Mustang look dated over the same time frame.
When is the last time you’ve had an open-minded policy conversation with a Republican? Probably never, I’d guess. Republicans have to send their kids to school too. They care very much about whether it’s affordable. I think you would be very surprised how many Republican voters would approve of that plan.