I think it would be brilliant. Closest thing to pod racing we're ever gonna get.
Good news, I am launching IEIRA, the International Ekranoplan Ice Racing Association, just because I want to see that.
Point of note, this does not have hydrofoils in the water when it’s underway. It’s above the surface and could fly over land if it were smooth enough. The Russians use ekranoplans to traverse frozen lakes in Siberia, they work on the same principle as this.
You ARE a MassHole though.
I am also 40 years old, and you are wrong. I mean, your dad might like it, but that shouldn’t preclude you from also liking it. The C2 is the pinnacle of Corvette styling. This one is the least desirable spec of the second-least desirable year (but that just means you’ll get less shit from the purists when you…
Your dad is cooler than you.
Check your privilege, Subaru.
Lithuania is not a dictatorship.
There’s a few other circumstances where it can be. A mechanic’s lien comes to mind. It’s rare for a DA to charge it as auto theft, but that’s usually a matter of prosecutorial discretion, not a matter of law.
I don’t believe the legal, registered owner can steal their own vehicle unless impounded by the police.
Coupe? yeah right. It only has two doors! The Germans should tell the Japanese what’s up.
Amber strobes and reflective vinyl are very different. There’s no law against reflective in any state. I own a sign shop that also does wraps/vehicle graphics. Just because you say something is illegal doesn’t mean it is. Please stop spreading misinformation.
Actually, yes, anyone can have amber beacons. It’s red and blue that are restricted. If you’re blocking a lane of traffic, you’re going to need a reason for it, regardless of you’re Joe Dickbag or not. As long as these graphics don’t say “Police” or something similar, there’s nothing illegal about them.
Ray says no.
When I was 16 I raced a 1980 Camaro street stock. One day we needed to take it to get the frame pulled. My dad was up and down emotionally (now that I look back as an adult, he was probably bi-polar) and he was in no mood to load the car on the trailer to take it half a mile for whatever reason. He told me, “Just…
I’m only good at one thing: hot takes (i.e. bad takes)
I was thinking as I read the story that I like the embedded slideshows very much! It’s much better than scrolling through a vertical list of photos.
You realize taking the batteries out of a hybrid isn’t exactly easy, right? Not to mention the fact that cars that are in showrooms have fuel in them anyways.
Is it bad that I really want this?