Years ago I saw this car at the local drag strip in Bremerton. I was so confused...
MCO was one of my favorite games of all time. So disappointed that EA killed it without a successor.
Not a single Mercedes. #weird
It doesn’t matter what the numbers are, the car was a mess at the limit.
The Sentra did not handle better than the SVT, it just didn't. https://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/comparison-test/a15135665/2003-dodge-neon-srt-4-vs-ford-svt-focus-mazdaspeed-protege-nissan-sentra-se-r-spec-v-comparison-tests/
Not quite, we still get the Coyote and Voodoo from Ford. But the M156 was definitely a high point.
A 1987 Monte Carlo Aerocoupe.
Mine is a 1987 Lincoln Mark VII LSC. My mom gave it to me in 2000, when I was 13. I proceeded to tear it apart multiple times for various upgrades and whatnot. It has been sitting in the shop since 2007, but I’ll be getting it back in shape soon.
The Atlas was a cluster of an engine. Consistent cam timing issues, an intake manifold that needs to be removed in order to access the valve cover (super annoying on an inline engine), and a throttle body that would get gummed up with carbon all the time.
My Grandma has an ‘06 Navi and I frickin love that thing. The interior is pretty lux and the driving dynamics are great for such a behemoth. The wheels on the Turo rig are a bit much though...
That’s how almost all cars are. I've never had a driver airbag take more than 5 minutes to remove (for completely legitimate and legal reasons!).
You didn't read the article, did you?
In my corner of the PNW you see just as many Ford pickups as the Chevy/GM twins. Plus there's a bunch of Explorers and Edge/MKXs running around.
I remember going to the auction at the mill with my father after it closed down. Cool place.
My mom traded in get 1987 Lincoln Mark VII LSC for a purple ‘93 Explorer. “It’s maroon” the salesman said. I was 6 years old and knew the Crayola colors well, and the Explorer was definitely plum. Either way, I wasn't a fan. Apparently I sat on the Mark's bumper right before we left and gave it a hug.
Voodoo is retired, Rare Bear just sits in the pits holding the pavement in place, and Strega doesn’t race unless there’s competition. The Sanders brothers deserved the win with Dreadnought, for sure. But without someone knocking on 500 mph it’s a bit less fun.
That's a Sabreliner. Pretty rare sight nowadays.
I started having issues with ECS years ago. They were taking forever to ship parts and not at all helpful when I asked for updates. I’ve switched to eEuroparts, FCP Euro, and eSaabParts (for the Saab specific stuff) and haven't had a single issue since.
Dude, Farah was hot, and so is the ZR1.
Don't be cruel to a Cub.