Good lord that’s beautiful.
You’re right. False alarm, then. Crisis averted.
The entry fee is one rusty Jeep Comanche delivered to my doorstep.
I agree. That’s not a particularly impressive figure considering a typical stopping distance from that high of a speed.
Ducted cooling module. It has my heart.
Among cooling system engineers, that’s the holy grail. But it’s hard to justify all that underhood packaging space. And also, there are some practicality issues associated with having a giant bath tub in your hood (among them: things like pine needles and leaves could clog the…
Right. It’s a power screw, essentially. I’ll put that note in there.
Nerdy stuff excites me. I couldn’t control it.
True, but with videos, brevity is key. (Plus, his English was fantastic).
I’m on it.
National Hot Rifle Association.
That sounds fun. It’s just a group of enthusiasts who are really into heat sink-less weapons.
I like to mash NATO and NAFTA together. It’s fun.
(dammit, why do I keep doing this? :slaps forehead:)
You’re right. I’ll fix that. It’s not the motor’s inertia that slows the car down.
It’s not about the miles, it’s about the rust! (and the electrical gremlins)
Yeah, I didn’t initially make the Alero=basically a Grand Am connection, for some reason.
But the four-liter! And the AW4! They still have another 150,000 miles in them! :’(
Because, aside from the powertrain (sans the head gasket), the car is totally in shambles. The interior is trash, the floorboards are rotted, and the electrical system is totally ruined.
If that four-liter didn’t run so well, I’d have trashed Swiss Cheese many months ago.