19JRC99
19jrc99
2/16/20
10:33 PM
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I was so upset. I wanted to watch the race flag to flag with my grandfather. I never have, and I know time may be running out, thanks to him having Stage IV COPD. So the first time I try, rain ruins it. I can’t watch it tomorrow, I have a 12-9 shift. 

2/15/20
10:50 PM
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My grandfather worked for over 30 years at Ford. He said it was common for engineers or whoever to select a car so they could “try something.” So some cars do come from the factory a little better, or at least, they did. Read more

2/13/20
6:49 PM
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I mean, the frame on my Dakota was worse than that. That said, it ran and drove perfect when I sold it to him... for $500. 
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2/11/20
10:20 PM
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They need to build that, honestly. I would... not buy one, but I’d certainly admire them! That counts, right?

(I would honestly love to see them produce a 2 door Gladiator)

2/9/20
2:05 PM
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Pretty. Seems like 50s cars always look better in the kind of late that a later winter day provides, the sun bouncing off the snow. Read more

2/5/20
3:24 PM
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I don’t know, I kinda like the wider tires. It’s a bit of “It’s so ridiculous, it’s cool.”

The red one would like fine with a better set of wheels, but I also don’t like the painted rear bumper. 

2/5/20
3:11 PM
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The wagon’s cool honestly. Raise it a bit so the tires actually clear and I’d rock it. Read more

2/5/20
12:24 PM
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Mmmm early second gen. That’s Dad’s dream car. Also, I prefer the “fake” non RS split bumpers, even if there are tons of elitists that bitch that it isn’t correct. Read more

2/4/20
10:55 PM
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The manual brakes are what scare me. The Camaro has power drums and they aren’t too bad when they work. I’m only swapping to discs because the drums have always been finicky and I’d rather go to discs and be a bit safer rather than continue to fix and fight the drums. 

2/4/20
10:27 PM
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They were done okay-ish. You can tell they’re backyard paint jobs. The Chevelle is cracking along the drip rail, for example, and there’s a bubble on the left rear quarter where there’s bondo. Read more

2/4/20
10:25 PM
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Well, survivor may not be the right term. It’s been painted (although I think the sheetmetal is mostly original), and the original engine and trans are long gone. But it’s definitely nice to know it wasn’t half assed. 

2/2/20
10:19 PM
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None of us at the dealership care for them, this I can assure you. They’re the 3rd from worst thing FCA has in our minds (1. is Renegade, 2. is the Journey.)

No offense to those who do like them, but that’s our opinions. The Compasses aren’t bad cars, but, I’m the son of a UAW employee, so the fact that they’re built Read more

2/1/20
6:53 PM
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They still are. At least on the Scat Packs, and I believe the Hellcats do as well. 

2/1/20
5:04 PM
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What dip shit put the 5.0 badge on the DOOR? They go on the fenders!

1/31/20
10:56 PM
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Buick Grand National. There’s a reason they were all automatic, and it’s not just because it was a Buick.  

1/30/20
12:44 PM
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DAMN! I paid 7 for mine, with 92k on it! I mean, it’s an FX4 and had no rust (it’s got its’ first bit of rot now.)