Just to be clear, the original retrofit to VIP-duty during the Cameron government cost ten mill. The paint job that was just done only cost a little more than one million. That’s still high, but I suppose that includes the relevant costs associated with taking a tanker out of rotation for the time needed to do the… Read more
An F1 race in Jerusalem would be cool but I’d much rather see a countrywide WRC event. Road course in Haifa, dirt roads in the Negev, mud in the North? it would be sublime.
wow. yeah. yes please indeed.
I miss these. There aren’t many of them left but the ones that are still on the road are usually on green PA plates, yeah. I remember seeing them a lot between Jerusalem and Jericho when I was a kid.
I wonder if that Cuda’s still out there somewhere. I’d love to see it.
Those are out there too and of course I saw them. I guess the tastes at the top of the market are just a lot less interesting to me than what most people buy. Rich people tend to have similar taste around the world because what’s available to them is a lot more similar the world round. Read more
I forgot the link, which you’ll see in there now. A. few months back I covered the. controversy surrounding “right to repair”issues faced by the military. Check it out here: https://foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com/even-the-american-military-is-struggling-with-right-to-1841531517
Pretty much. You don’t see many cars from other countries in the region in Israel seeing as you can only cross borders into the country from Egypt and Jordan (UN observers can cross the northern borders into and out of Syria and Lebanon on occasion though). I only managed to see one foreign car in Tel Aviv, a… Read more
i could get into this...
I think they have a high COG and short wheelbases that make the buses here sway and shake. The drivers aren’t afraid of darting to open space on the road too so when you put 2 and 2 together, the result does tend to be nausea. I puked out of the דלת אחורית of an Egged bus mid-stop somewhere up north one time. The… Read more
i can’t believe i didn’t see this until now.