Rows His Own
RowsHisOwn
7/6/17
4:59 PM
325

I generally don’t wish personal injury on people, but wow, fuck those neighbors with a rusty cactus.

7/6/17
2:08 PM
10

These days you can get a WRX with heated leather seats, satellite radio and Subaru Eyesight, one of the best safety systems in the industry. Read more

6/22/17
1:18 PM
1

Maybe it was. But you should know that every year there are advances in HP and torque and tires and suspension....advances in everything that makes cars go faster.

9/21/15
11:52 AM
12

Both genius, but only the first one would be technically cheating.

6/25/15
3:59 PM
7

Dude.... No words... NO WORDS.

6/22/15
10:43 AM
16

I get what you’re going for, but c’mon. Nissan built an infallible Gojira that will save your life when you screw up going for a lap record during a thunderstorm. The 911 Turbo will murder you if you sneeze at half throttle on a casual Sunday drive.
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6/22/15
10:39 AM
2

I see your point in terms of being a giant slayer at the price point but in terms of size and driving dynamics this is a bit of a stretch, no? The 930 was down about 20 inches on the wheel base, over a foot in length, the weight, AWD vs RWD, etc etc.

6/5/15
6:10 PM
1

Ayyy I live 2 miles south of campus. Great area.

6/5/15
12:48 PM
13

All they need to do is resurrect the 997.2 GT3/RS line and stick a 991 body on it. I’ve come to the conclusion that the 997.2 GT3 variants were the finest Porsches in the history of the marque. I’d quite like a GT3 (or even an RS) but the 991 variant is just too ... much: too big, too luxurious, too expensive Read more

6/1/15
1:36 PM
4

Yeah, you’re just plain wrong on that one. Like, you couldn’t be more wrong if you tried.

Hey, and guess what? All those ‘timeless’ cars from the ‘50s and ‘60s that held up so well? You could barely give those cars away for free in the ‘70s and ‘80s (and a good part of the ‘90s), because they looked dated and

6/1/15
11:36 AM
33

I prefer the facelifted NSX. The front end as a whole is tidier, as the bumper was different too. There’s something about the changes that make the later NSXs look wider and lower than the earlier ones too.