Cobra!? Never heard of it
Cobra!? Never heard of it
I think they give you that vibe because they look like a fat, El Camino-fied PT Cruiser.
Toyota also loses some credibility with me for stating that the reason they needed to make the new Supra a reskinned BMW was because for heritage purposes the Supra needed an inline 6. Then they go and release a damned four-cylinder one! That's a Celica, dude.
If you think uninformed hot takes by dickbags aren’t still a thing, you should check out today’s TTAC, which has a column attacking automakers for bringing back mask mandates. How dare they!? Muh freeedomz!
Maybe I’d even be able to tell the difference between a brand new Dodge Charger and a well-kept 2014 Dodge Charger! Crazy!
That’s why I love Taku at Indy. He treats it with the reverence it deserves. If he’s your driver he’s either going to hand you the Borg Warner Trophy or come walking back to the pits and hand you a steering wheel because the rest of your car is strewn all over the short chute between 3 and 4.
Get a snow broom. It is important that you clean ALL the snow off your car. That includes not just the windows but the hood, roof and trunk. If you leave a foot of snow on the roof of your car it’s going to blow off while you’re driving and blind those behind you. Read more
But does it have a base plate of prefabulated amulite, surmounted by a malleable logarithmic casing in such a way that the two main spurving bearings are in a direct line with the panametric fan?
A car company on the brink...needs a special kind of leader. Cutting costs is in his blood, but this charming Prince has overruns from Altima to Z-Car. Will he be willing to risk everything—including his freedom—to get them out of the red?
My friend Manuel Transmission would like a word.
I can’t fight you, Torch, because I agree. But I can make a case for the worst looking 70's-80's hatchback.
You know you can just go to Harbor Freight and skip the 5 week wait for shipping, right?
The new Blazer is a great example of this. It looks so-so in photos, but when I first saw one in the metal I said “Dayum, that thing is uglier than a hatful of assholes!"
The Triangles were so frustrating. They played a lot of close games, but always managed to fall short of their Pythagorean Expectation.
Finally, the Automobile-Appliance synergy envisioned so many decades ago by Nash-Kelvinator has come to fruition. I look forward to a future filled with Porsche-Maytags, Whirlpool-Chevrolets, and a revival of the Citroen SM with power by Amana instead of Maserati.