acevedo12
acevedo12
acevedo12
Apr 9
3

Here in Mexico we have people that modify their Vochos and Chevys. I love to see their club meetings because there’s always something interesting going on and they seem to love their weird cars. They even had printed publications for their hobbies: Vochomanía and Chevymanía.

Apr 5
49

$30,000 is very overpriced.  And I absolutely love this platform, but if the 400Z entry price rumors are true, especially with an LSD, then this is shaping up for very dismal sales.

Apr 5
13

For my birthday I was given some fancy metal valve stem covers with tiny Corvette logos to put on my C6 GS. Read more

Mar 30
5

Also really common if you’re one of the few people shooting film. Lots of smaller companies just have deals with other people to put versions of their films in different packaging - maybe the specs are changed slightly to order, but there are a lot of different people selling the same basic stock. You can typically Read more

Mar 30
19

I sold TVs for 19 yrs. When the flat panels came out we used a jewelers loupe to inspect the pixel structure of the panel. We found 4 different structures for the 1080p panels and figured there was 4 plants making all the panels for everyone.

Mar 25
52

I’m laughing way harder than I should at this. He didn’t say that it has to have cheap maintenance! lol

Mar 25
3

I am a 30 yr old architect.... My first car was an ‘87 Saab 900 Turbo convertible Read more

Mar 25
199

Mercedes: The $30k-$35k target was to buy the vehicle, not the annual maintenance bill.

Mar 25
1

We went down to one car for a bit. Sold an ailing Outback and traded the Jeep in on a 202o 4Runner off-road.  Driving much less now with a change in jobs, location, and a pandemic.

Mar 23
22

I’ve seen a few that were lifted. Try as I might, I can’t find myself hating the little thing 

Mar 23
2

Oh my god, my 2011 Mazdaspeed3 is almost the exact same procedure, but with the bonus that it’s a 2 piece filter assembly that requires pushing up the top half then somehow blindly interlocking the lower half. Took way longer than I’d like to admit the first time I did it.
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Mar 23
1

I feel your pain - did it one time and had scrapes all over my hand and a sore neck. I have no good suggestion other than don’t run your HVAC that much so you don’t EVER have to do it again ;)

Mar 22
2

Trying to gussy up Ohio seems like a bit of a fool’s errand, no?

Mar 14
25

it is not just zoning. tired of the all govermental laws and regulations are bad mindset. people want jobs, healthcare, education, opportunity, and entertainment. Places with cheap housing have none of those things except for liquor stores and ATV trails. Housing prices go up in places that people want to live in not Read more

Mar 11
91

I’m not gonna lie; mentioning the Cybertruck will get people to see and click this. It’s also the most well-known upcoming EV truck design out there. It’d be crazy not to mention it. Plus, it’s such a diametrically opposed design, it makes a great counterpoint to this one. Read more