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GasGuzzler
5/13/16
8:53 AM
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Pulling the A/C was a pretty common Turbo Dodge mod. It didn’t work well and if you’re anywhere outside the south you don’t need it anyway.

5/4/16
11:28 AM
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Aftermarket tended to use it more than OEMs but I’d agree, not common and honestly being used more seldom.

5/4/16
9:39 AM
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In Car Entertainment . . . acronyms often have multiple applications.

3/22/16
4:08 PM
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I understand that point you’re trying to make but the purpose of the blackout panel on the Pacifica D-pillar is completely different. It’s a visual trick to break the “box” design and it works well here.

3/22/16
3:53 PM
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Longitudinal does not always equate to easier to work on . . . firewalls can make those rear cylinders just as much a PITA as a transverse.

3/10/16
12:19 PM
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The 4x8 plywood capability has been a must for Chrysler since the dawn of the minivan. I don’t think they’ll ever let that go.

3/2/16
1:50 PM
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Actually, take a look at any RR engined plane next time you’re at an airport - always has the RR logo on it. GE is doing it more and more as well. The engine OEM badges are not a “Trump” thing, but an RR/OEM thing . . .

2/29/16
8:54 AM
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Looks to be Meadowbrook in Rochester, MI. The old Dodge Mansion.

2/19/16
4:14 PM
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I fail to see how this is an issue. The pro-electric side gets to have whatever press they like but the side supporting the positives of hydrocarbon energy get no voice?

12/17/15
4:42 PM
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There are influencing factors that contribute to Truck and SUV sales increasing during times of low oil prices:

12/10/15
2:57 PM
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Oddly enough, Texas is quite diverse. Houston was recently determined to be the most diverse city in the country.

12/7/15
4:16 PM
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Well it’s California . . . aren’t MOST of the laws there BS?

12/7/15
10:51 AM
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True, but remember too that the current FCA vans are STILL the old DCX/Cerberus vans that got enough lipstick to keep them selling while the redesign was in process. I recently had a Caravan for a rental and I concur, the current vans suck. But given what Chrysler has recently done on all out redesigns with Jeep and

12/4/15
9:40 AM
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Exactly. 747s are good for smaller items as they don’t have the load bearing capability on the floor, nor do the nose or side doors provide oversized cargo loading. 747s are good for smaller runways though.

12/4/15
9:26 AM
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Well considering I-10, Houston makes sense for a lot of things. I just wasn’t aware of where there built and where they’re shipped to. Cool stuff.

12/3/15
9:20 AM
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Wow, didn’t know the SpaceX rockets came through Houston! Looks like the Katy Freeway right there in front of the BP campus.