I wouldn’t call it a trailer queen if you drag race in it, but this will probably be a trailer queen.
Don’t they have drag strips in Australia?
FCA, when asked, said the actual last Demon’s papers have “3,314 of 3,300” on them—a casualty of all of the Demons that never made it onto the street.
I could be wrong, but I think that’s an exceptionally good example because it’s an old photo of a new vehicle.
I count 10, but yeah, not all Jeeps are 7.
I corrected “who’s” to “whose” in my reply. You accused me of editing something, so I assumed that was it. I didn’t bring it up in my original reply because it wasn’t a big deal and would have been unnecessarily snarky.
I didn’t edit it other than to fix the grammar, and I didn’t remove any relevant context as to whether you assigned blame to the drivers.
Reliability aside, for anyone saying “these weren’t even nice when they were new” I have to wonder if you were around back then. The LH sedans were class leading and award winning when they were new. They made waves in the industry.
“Who’s fault is the gig economy?”
The apartment complex I live in was recently buried in nearly a foot of snow. Driving on it just turned it into compact snow and ice with deep ruts that high centered the car. I still managed (eventually, after much trial and error and effort and occasional digging) to get to work. Show me an autonomous car that can…
I hope it doesn’t say PHEV in giant letters down the side.
It’s hard to read 5th gear today and not think of 2nd gear.
The latter option is a good recommendation.
Used items at thrift shops are taxed.
I don’t have my policy in front of me this second, but IIRC, it is something like 5 or 7 business days in my policy. I figured it was part of my insurance company’s policy, but hadn’t considered it might be a State law.
In the States the Plymouth Breeze was not a Dynasty equivalent. It came later. It was a Cirrus/Stratus equivalent.
I also live in a van down by the river.
We’re talking about adults, not little kids with lunch money. My mom would 100% trust me with $36,000. My dad (divorced from my mom) trusted me with all of his finances, accounts, passwords, etc and signed over power of attorney to me.
I have an acquaintance that is a serial plaintiff. And even if you share a story with him, his response is “You should sue.” Got served cold food? You should sue. Flat tire? You should sue. New shoes gave you a blister? You should sue.
Your mom would be stupid for trusting you?