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Dwhite95
5/10/20
7:35 PM
3

This is one of the rare cases where I'd say Zimmer had the smarter idea, a Lincoln Town Car is a much better option for a four door convertible conversion. This thing probably has the structural integrity of wet cardboard. 

3/30/20
11:18 AM
14

Any long train needs the extra power to get going and make its schedule. They also often need extra dynamic braking effort (This is why you’ll see extra locomotives on long downhills). Read more

3/30/20
11:13 AM
7

All of the engines can be controlled from one engine, so when they are hauling heavy loads, they can bring more horsepower to the equation. If what you are seeing is small trains with multiple engines, they may be moving them to different locations either in preparation for pulling a big load or for maintenance.

3/11/20
11:15 AM
1

I wish Toyota could merge the roof of the LF-A with the rest of the LC500. Maybe throw in the LF-A’s triple-tip exhaust... but leave off the shoulder line intake scoop, just blend the C-pillar into the rear quarter.

11/5/19
3:03 PM
96

You wouldn’t get it even if it was made in Sweden.

8/16/19
11:48 AM
5

this is a good combination of architecture, vehicles, colours, lighting

7/30/19
12:14 PM
15

Just be happy people are even thinking about Driveover Country.

5/22/19
12:14 PM
11

I find it strange that you criticize developers who built the American suburb, but won’t recognize that real estate developers are methodically killing the ability of the average American (not to mention lower income minorities and immigrants) to actually live in large cities like NYC or Chicago. All of the great Read more

5/22/19
9:50 AM
39

I can’t speak for everyone but most people I know who live in NYC moved here because of job opportunities and potential to make high six and seven figure salaries. I know that my income would be 1/3 of what it is now if I moved to Ohio.

4/18/19
4:46 PM
1

I don’t think they could be either. I think there are still ways that they can/would end up asking for and getting tax payer money for any project, including this one. I’m no expert, I just firmly believe in the corruption of Chicago. Read more

4/18/19
3:44 PM
2

Meanwhile, at the Chicago Spire: