The Saleen S7 is a mystifying car, a $375,000 American mid-engine supercar that sprung up out of nowhere in the year 2000. But what if it wasn’t exactly nowhere? Acting on a tip, I spent months trying to figure out the S7’s true origins. And I’m still not sure what to think.
You can’t spell “MiQroBus” without MQB!
I wish I could give this more than just one star. As a dealer tech of over 15 years, you hit the nail on the head with every point.
I hadn’t noticed Perd Hapley in #4 until now, lol.
One thing becomes apparent after the honeymoon of a newly-launched career is over: Your employer—whether it’s a scrappy startup or a massive multi-million dollar company—is not your friend. You are a resource. That means the only one you can trust, really, is you. Here's how to keep a cool head and stay in control of…
The premise of the animated short film Le Gouffre is simple: two friends need to get across a broad chasm, so they start to build a bridge from one end to the other. But over the course of ten minutes, we're treated to a beautiful, wordless drama about friendship, filled with plenty of tense action.
let's make sure not to forget this either
While I still think the Suarez signing is questionable, there's no doubt Barca's attack from the left has more teeth now.
If anyone is going to be Amanda Waller it should be C.C.H Pounder
The more creative approach is to break rules that they haven't yet thought of putting in the book (or testing for). Of course Smokey Yunick was a pioneer in the area, away from F1 (following is from the Wikipedia entry for him):
I just bought an absolutely pristine 2003 4runner LTD with 50K miles...Leather, all wheel drive, and the V8 that was in the land cruiser for seven years. Great on the highway, and a very capable offroad truck. I spent 17K. Fuck Mercedes and what they charge for brakes.
I endorse this. My criteria when picking my vehicle were true off-road ability (so no silly low profile tires as on the G, LX, and QX), on-road civility, reliability, ample headroom for my long torso plus room for my small family, and, perhaps most importantly, a lack of ostentation. I used to live on Long Island and…
This was my favorite episode of the season, if only because of the all important LOL (Lack of Laurel). My only question is where did that creepster DJ park his car?
That is absolutely insane!
Too bad Pontiac is no longer around to sponsor it.