I think we also love it because we haven't driven one
What I find interesting is that it seems no matter how bad a car is there is always a group of people that love it. This is like a test of the inverse, no matter how lovable a car may be, is there a group of people that hate it. Considering Elmo gets hate mail I am guessing that's true. PS, I hate the El Camino
The Civic gets hate. Look in the comments on any article about the type R. It's pretty funny, almost as good as the comments under any drag race where a stinger beats a mustang
So close, SJ
My dad worked at a tire shop for years and people with Cadillacs or Audi’s, even sports cars that cost quite a bit would complain over the price of tires for them and buy the cheapest tires they stocked. I don't think it's regional, I think it's everywhere
Where was it to be raced? I'm curious because it's not a production car, it seems like it wouldn't conform to most race series outside of something like a prototype category
It’s also called disruption when investors aren't sure how it works, but don't want to miss out if it somehow starts making money
Head to Head had one for a comparison with a reproduction GT40. It spent most of the time broke down, the company that makes it even sourced another Ferrari for the transaxle. A, I find it hilarious when you are sourcing a Ferrari when every other reproduction company looks for something affordable, factory five for…
Didn’t they raise the whole body to conform to us headlight regulations on these. I think the cool thing about these is you can backdate them to the more desirable years but teaming down the right parts.
Honestly when I got my MGB I was looking into alfas as well, as a second vehicle that you use for cruising you could do a lot worse. They have a cheap entry price, parts aren’t outrageous and you can backdate them to the earlier specs pretty easy. If you like to tinker this would be a decent car to fuss with
Indeed, someone should tell Ford and FCA
Stop with the owl, no one gives a hoot
The Pacer had more glass than the caddy in it’s right door, not it’s left door though
Serious question, how do they test these helmets? Most other safety tests they test something to the point of failure but my assumption here is that he sent in the helmet he intended to use.
I think we’re both in agreement that some wicked crashes seem to be happening at Pocono that aren’t typical of other tracks on the circuit. I think if they do anything, it should be a suspension of racing at the track until they have a data driven solution in place at the track. Doing something without a lot of…
“Over the track intercom, it was reported that photographers near the scene were helping pick carbon fiber out of the fence.”
Honestly for most buyers having a heavy forward weight bias on a fwd car is a benefit, it’s better traction in poor conditions and because the engine is ahead of the axle centerline less weight is transferred to the rear wheels under hard acceleration. With the right spring rates they can be fairly balanced handling…
I don’t know if it is the reason for the crossovers taking over the world, but I did notice similar proportions on the Mazda 6 and liked the car asthetically, but also felt uneasy because it seemed like it was living a lie
Not sure if best moving company, or worst moving company?