I make stuff. That’s the first crank I ever abused past the point of repair in my lemons car.
If I was as rich as I am weird, I’d get an AMC Eagle ICON’D
I love these videos, but why the heck would you want to peel a kiwi? The skin is where the flavour is, without that it would be the most boring fruit ever (except for the crackling pits. Love those.)
Because every Jalop owns one. Will continue to own one, will dream about the first one they owned, and will never own anything else.
I don’t believe him.
This was bad, but not the worst, at least the bikes stayed the same. In Torque they swapped the entire bikes for the offroad scenes.
MI2 also had a moment in one of the motorcycle chase scenes where Cruise does a stoppie while shooting at someone with the gun in his right hand. You know, the same right hand that should have been applying the brakes to do the stoppie to begin with.
I like the Flex!
I loved mine. I described it to people as a nicer, RWD, German Civic. Great commuter, lightweight, surprisingly fun to drive, but not a lot of power. I think more people would have gotten it if they thought of it more along those lines.
I’d argue this is the most Lamborghini Lamborghini.
This. Because it’s actually beautiful and the lines make sense to the eye, instead of being some horrid collection of brutish and jarring angles and gimmicks that make it look like a WWE sports car.
I know a lot of people who reverse out of a parking space in the same manner.
i actually thought about buying one of these recently. then i realized that a middle aged white guy getting out of this would look “creepy” at best.
Somehow this isn’t generally considered a great car. A decent manual version is so cheap these days and so damn tempting...
A smart roadster.
A 70’s Lincoln Mark IV because Spec Land Yacht needs to happen in my life. That, and cruising downtown in this thing would be such a good conversation starter.
This really is a car that looked best when first released and just got uglier as they tacked shit onto it. In fact, I’d say that happens with a lot of British sportscars. Why do they do that?
I thought you were exaggerating. But then I read this about Clarkson in Piers' column: