Yes, and should be coming eligible to put on the National Register for Historic Places.
They tried them in Chicago. Thanks to the 2.5 million residents driving on the Kennedy Expressway that week who didn’t give a fuck and broke the system, Chicago gave them up, too.
Anything with trucks nuts. It was my last semester at university and there’s this lifted red Silve-rad-bro that’s been going there about as long as I have. Only this time he has 4 pairs of truck nuts along the frame. Someone explain this to me.
I love Wranglers... Not because of their offroad ability, but because the 3 door looks great
Perfectly acceptable, it reduces wind noise and makes highway driving much nicer. Winter cruising too.
Buying a car like a Rolls droptop is all for show, so when the car does showy things, it’s for the driver’s ego. I don’t think they’re tools, though. I’ve never thought someone closing the roof in rain was tool-ish.
Nah. It’s delightful, especially on the highway.
Thank you! Convertibles are for people who like the experience of being connected to the world, not insulated from it, while driving. I live in Seattle and put the top down for every respite between rains. And it makes the summer joyous.