Aceswildfire
aceswildfire
12/6/19
1:12 AM
1

If you like your 86, you should just buy it and acknowledge that you got a super-sweet deal for a few years that nothing will live up to.

12/5/19
3:44 PM
1

I wonder, though, whether the cup might be designed such that hot liquid softens the cup just enough that it resists that sort of cracking? Cones are brittle to begin with, and the cold ice cream just makes it worse. Read more

12/4/19
6:01 PM
1

For that double coffee flavour. I’d imagine the issue would be sending the grounds back to the farms. Wasted fuel and what not.

12/4/19
5:24 PM
3

Hopefully this doesn’t result in some of the same problems encountered when auto makers try to use non-petroleum based plastics to coat wires. There have been many problems with the wires being irresistible to various rodents. My friend’s wife’s Accord suffered this, with a 4-figure repair cost.

12/4/19
3:33 PM
4

when chaff is heated in a low-oxygen environment and mixed with plastic to form small pellets, these pellets form a lightweight, durable, high-heat-resistant material that can be molded into just about anything   Read more

12/4/19
2:02 PM
17

I would guess that the roasting process is fairly centralized, whereas the brewing is done in thousands of locations around the world. So it is easier to accumulate a bulk of this than bring all of the used grounds back to one place.

12/4/19
1:55 PM
2

Apparently the BA named it the top selling craft beer last year, so at least as of 2018 it was craft: Read more

12/4/19
11:34 AM
120

It doesn’t really taste like chicken, not really a mystery to me. If you were to grill some chicken strips and taste it side by side with Subway you’d notice pretty quickly you were dealing with a different kind of protein. Obviously Subway has the money and motivation to fight it, but I hope they lose.

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12/3/19
8:24 PM
1

Ah right, I think I remember you mentioning your situation previously. I think it’s a great perk, but it’s so great that anything that’s in the realm of what other normal people get seems relatively worse. It probably makes sense to just renew a lease with another car (Supra?).

12/3/19
3:02 PM
1

I guess the Jag is what an 86 wants to be when it’s all growed up

12/3/19
2:56 PM
1

Sounds like it might be an odd lease. If the residual is too high, you don’t want to buy it, but I wouldn’t focus too much on the monthly payment. There’s nothing wrong with paying more for financing than a lease.

12/3/19
2:37 PM
1

I’m a diehard Porsche fan and love the Coxster, but on a regularly driven basis on the street, the F Type- in V8 form- is waaayyy more fun to drive. The noise, the acceleration, the looks, the RWD-slidey goodness.....yeah.

12/3/19
1:28 PM
1

This was my absolute favorite color combo of that year. I’m also really partial to the blue.

12/3/19
12:35 PM
1

Wait, he can’t find a Chevy truck engine?! Does he live in North America? Because if he does, he’s either not trying to find one, or he’s lying. I’m pretty sure Chevy engines are damn near everywhere. 

12/3/19
11:57 AM
18

Absolutely beautiful car.  Great color with the black wheels.  Congrats, and thanks for the insight on owning one.  

12/3/19
11:34 AM
59

I recommend taking the manual on a long test drive. I post this everytime as a PSA. I had the ‘S manual and everyday I wished I got the R with paddles. The clutch is sub par, and the 1-2 shift was terrible. However the car is beautiful and the pano roof is excellent. I recommend someone seriously thinks it over. I