Viking03
Viking03
Viking03
Sep 27 2016
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Just took this last week of my Beck out on a nice evening.

Aug 1 2016
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You care about both. Fuel costs are significant costs in operations of most all companies with fleets. Maintenance is also very important. You can’t take either one out of the equation in order to determine your actual operating costs. Everything matters.

Aug 1 2016
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Yes. Bench seat is an option, but you have to get the lower trim models which is usually okay for Super Duties.

Apr 21 2016
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If we allow people to sell the complete and utter crap for $10,000 then the actually desirable classics we want will never be affordable again. Stop classic car inflation! This is a $1000 car and that’s it.

Apr 13 2016
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Usually with classic car insurance you have a value already assessed and agreed upon by the owner and insurance company when you get coverage. You can adjust that value as well when you make changes to the vehicle.

Mar 17 2016
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I don’t know if it gets more satisfying than when the secondaries open and the engine winds up.

Mar 8 2016
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The linked article said that these calculations are done for electric vehicles which I assume means that it is not done for ICE vehicles. Seems to make for an unfair comparison.

Mar 8 2016
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So for electric vehicles, they are going all the way back to the generation of the power, which is fair. However, for a proper comparison to a gasoline or diesel powered vehicle you would have to include not only the emissions produced from the car, but also the equivalent emissions generated in the manufacturing of Read more

Feb 24 2016
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This is easy. Ask them what car they are considering. They will always have at least one in mind. Good. Go buy that one, because no matter what I say, you have already made up your mind and just want me to validate your asinine reasoning for buying a Chevy Equinox despite you having no kids, no animals, you never haul Read more

Feb 24 2016
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I would imagine those people should have been arrested and charged for threatening the life of a person, and ultimately Clarkson is not responsible for the actions of others. However, he does hold a significant amount of responsibility for the suffering this man went through. I will be the first person to argue Read more

Feb 24 2016
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It seems like a reasonable number to me. Compensation for loss of income and public ridicule. I know he eventually kept his job, but he received a lot a threats from Clarkson fans.
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Feb 11 2016
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It’s beautiful, but does it have a 3rd row seat? Most modern wagons don’t which is a deal killer for my family of 6.

Dec 16 2015
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You already know the answer to your question, but since you are asking. The Civic is a pointless endeavor. Sell it. Pick a Cherokee, preferably one that’s running. Sell the others for whatever you can get. Keep that beautiful truck and build it how you want it. Do not acquire another project until that one is Read more

Dec 15 2015
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I prefer to open carry my truck. It lets everyone know I’m here to haul stuff.

Dec 15 2015
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First of all, everything in your sentence is false. Second, if the cop had realized what was going on, he would have been totally justified to shoot the man. He almost killed the two people behind the desk.

Dec 7 2015
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Not having the easy fix items in your toolbox. (Belts, plugs, wires, etc.) One of our early Lemons races at about 4 in the morning, the alternator belt broke. Why the hell didn’t we have a spare alternator belt? I have one in the trunk of my everyday car, why didn’t I get one for the “race car”? Easily replaceable Read more

Jul 28 2015
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Old Z cars have these little hidden compartments behind the seats. We bought a 79’ 280ZX from a junk yard for a LeMons car. While welding in the cage, we smelled plastic burning. Looked deep into this compartment and pulled this out. We went a few rounds of “ Is that what I think it is?” before we finally said it out