Is Hordor what you pickup prostitutes in?
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it was the bestest car eversVW pays them a lot in advertising dollars...
Dear Consumer Reports............
Might be in the minority here, but it looks better with the wreath to me... without, it sort of resembles a Chinese knock-off.
The new batch of these more affordable "recession specials" have avoided my area for the most part. I'm still on the lookout for one of these, haven't seen one in person yet. I finally saw a Mercedes CLA the other day. Just one so far.
Can a little Subaru STI with nothing more than four-wheel-drive and a lot of turbo power handle a mud pit like the big lifted truck bros?
I agree...I'm not really luxury car guy, but if I want a big Mercedes, I want a REALLY big Mercedes. Something I can host a family reunion in.
I really dig Koenigsegg and their approach to car enthusiasts by being transparent on manufacturing and public design language, it's good PR and build generates more interest in a product. I wish Ferrari would be friendly & do something like this once in awhile.
The screen never shattered on our Razr...no matter how many times we dropped that phone.
The only thing that keeps Panthers alive is the abundance of cheap replacement parts, not the fact that it is any good.
i got mine for $400 7 years ago, and you can have it when you pry it from my dead cold hands.
Nothing is as complicated as a Jag V12.
Toyota LMP 1 Hybrid leaving the pit. Sounds like a weapon being prepped and nothing like a car starting out:
Who got their sales tax paid, nice new Colorado license plates AND a NOS LeMans Blue spoiler all the way from England - and then thanked me with a lit-up Check Engine light and an error code the very next day?
Koopa once you learned to drive him. Never lift, always drift.
LFA, I don't care, I don't care
Let's not piss all over the Oppo handbook, alright?
Yeah, but the best mismatch is Volvo and Ferrari. They (unknowingly?) shared the same bolt pattern and offsets for decades (60s through early 90s)...
Somehow, that GT40 just doesn't look particularly worried about it.