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Nope. But keep in mind we’re talking about a man who installed a stereo system in his kitchen by cutting a 2"x7" hole in his pantry wall next to the door to slide in an old discarded, 15+ year old single DIN radio. Then inside of the pantry put in a shelf to hold both the radio, and a bench power supply to convert AC Read more

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Dude, I can totally imagine the asinine complaints you’ve seen. You could tell me that a customer demands a brand-new engine because the cup holders are haunted, and I wouldn’t be surprised. Read more

Sep 24
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In all honesty, there are a whole lot of assumptions going on here. So let’s clear some stuff up. Read more

Sep 23
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HA! That reminds me of the Ford dealership I bought a new car from, and then my brother in-law bought a truck from. Night and day difference in experiences for us both. I never had a problem with the service department, and yet he’d always have issues with delays, and getting treated like dirt. As I told him, next Read more

Sep 23
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I honestly wouldn’t call it resilience, as much as I would call it desperation given the scale of his schemes as time passed. Read more

Sep 23
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I can’t fucking stand Malcolm Bricklin for multiple reasons. If anyone wants to really learn just how sleazy that cocksucker is, I highly advise you to read this book:

Sep 18
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Yep. I’ve had the same experience selling a car off CL. Never again. Read more

Sep 11
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I don’t know the specifics of what was going on behind the scenes, but it’s a possibility that they were trying to do “yo-yo financing” on you. Read more

Sep 11
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Start with Dune. That’s the first book, and it will give you a good start with the familiarity of the characters from the movie. Then I would go on to read the 5 sequels in the order the Frank Herbert wrote them. Read more

Sep 11
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Fair enough. So let us have some clarification here. I am not stating specifically that Iraq and the subsequent conflicts in that particular nation are the exact influence for Dune. Read more

Sep 10
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All 9 Star Wars movies are essentially the equivalency of a couple episodes of “Keeping up with the Kardashians” when compared to Dune. Read more

Sep 4
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My barrier to acceptance is unchecked consumerism. Criticizing the current sales system of EVs doesn’t mean I am automatically opposed to EVs themselves. Read more

Sep 4
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Good question. What is “average” with battery packs given environmental factors.

Sep 4
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Ok then. If my nearly 40 year old DeLorean needed a new battery every, let’s say 10 years, at a cost of $8,000 each time, that’s a cost of $32,000 dollars worth of batteries. Which, by the way is a very conservative replacement cost given that SAE put the BMW i3's replacement cost at $16,000 each. Which in turn must Read more

Sep 3
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You may very well be correct. I usually want my cars to last at least 8-10 years. I’m also very skittish towards vehicles I cannot work on myself, thus the concern. Read more

Sep 3
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That’s the exact problem that I have with EVs. The batteries are too damn expensive, and there isn’t any aftermarket support to bring that cost down. Read more

Sep 3
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More importantly, what does it take to replace the battery pack? What are the costs for replacement cells to install myself? Because even if the capacity was at a miraculous 100%, you’re still gonna need to swap that cell out eventually.

Sep 3
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Fix the cigarette ligher.

Sep 1
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Germans love pushing two twins mattresses together and calling it a king. It’s odd. Read more