And it’s stick no less!
With Gawker losing the case against Hulk Hogan (and being pretty dumb about the whole situation) what does this mean for Gawker media and its affiliates?
Desirable in that you desire to burn it? Maybe.
Hey all, I’m gonna be checking out an AW11 (not exact car pictured) on Thursday after 8 pm (I know I know, but it’s the only time we’ll both be free. Plus, there are well lit parking lots all over where he lives). I don’t know much about AW11s aside from the common stuff (The engine is where?!).
And you know what? It looks pretty legit. Not too fond of the wheels, but beggers can’t be choosers.
Supposedly this is Hector’s car from the first movie:
It makes working on my Accord nearly impossible and incredibly expensive. It doesn't help that I bought my car from neglectful owners.
Seriously, what other car maker implemented captive rotors like this? It makes replacing the brakes needlessly complicated and potentially dangerous if you keep the same wheel bearing…
This is all I have so far.
1996 nissan maxima odometer: 160000
Want to park like an ass, but you're on a tight budget? Park like an ass anyway!
So my Accord's having issues with the starter, but I remembered that you can "fix" it by using Clarkson's favorite method of fixing things, which I have been doing for the last month. Today, however, as I was checking my oil, my starter kept going without my keys. It just kept cranking and cranking and cranking.…
I bought my car with an immobilizer that hardly worked until this morning. I think it's because by the humidity. There are two kill switches in my car that didn't do anything when I flipped them. When I get my car going again, the first place I'm going to is a car alarm place to either have that crap removed or get it…
It looks like Chrysler decided to recall those Grand Cherokees and Liberties after all, despite not wanting to. This is a recent story from CNN that has some backing from other websites like Fox and ABC. All I can say is this is a good PR move by Chrysler and it's better to not gamble with people's faith in their cars…