DSimms777
DSimms77
6/25/15
10:23 PM
22

Go ahead and jump all over me but this thing looks good. I really like the mean, evil looking grills cadillac is using these days. If anything this is a refreshing alternative to the offerings from Lexus, Mercedes, BMW and Audi.

5/11/15
10:42 AM
30

LOL, you must have terrible Internet lag, because your post appears to be from thirty years ago.

5/7/15
10:25 AM
71

When I asked myself this question 2 years ago my answer was a C5 Corvette Z06. You can find great condition examples all day for $20-25k that have 50k+ miles, or if you go 30k or less you’re more in the $22.5-30 range, depending on condition. When I bought mine I got an ‘04 with 30k miles for $28k and it had the basic

3/26/15
3:10 PM
36

Is it weird that I first thought of this when I saw the top image?

11/10/14
10:03 AM
1

Cause we make a car that smokes almost every other car that costs 3-4 times as much...

10/22/14
9:44 AM
10

Naturally. GM is taking action to make sure nobody gets injured. And of course there's a Jalopnik article singling GM out. That's how this game works.

9/5/14
1:13 PM
3

Great pics. Did they both get a free bowl of soup when they bought those hats??

7/30/14
3:40 AM
4

The Nurburgring was 1.3 miles longer in its 1927-1982 configuration than it is today.

7/23/14
11:52 AM
63

Circuit of the Americas. It's wide enough that you don't have to run half the race under caution when the cars inevitably crash every 15 minutes, it appears to be made of American flags, the stands would fill to the brim, and because America.

7/16/14
4:29 PM
24

It was a decent episode, except for the visit to those dumbasses from Discovery's Street Outlaws, who I believe hurt car culture more than they help it. Even though it is fake it glamorizes street racing which does responsible enthusiasts no favors.

7/1/14
6:31 PM
1

That was kind of painful to listen to, actually... She just cannot believe that someone would bring in thier near 10 year old car in for a recall for a problem that never actually happened to them yet, even if it could happen, and would not start looking around the dealer showroom floor, be approached by a sales Read more

6/28/14
10:55 AM
2

Just like the two people who DIED in Japanese cars, which prompted a multi-million vehicle recall of Honda, Nissan, Mazda and Toyota vehicles. A total of over 4 million vehicles are involved in this, and they're older than the ones in the GM recall- which means they waited LONGER than GM to fix it, therefore are even Read more