I think it's about $10k too high, what do you guys think?
I came across a user on Slashdot mentioning that in the UK he was instructed to place his vehicle in neutral and use his handbrake at every stop light. Also (while mentioning it may be an old fashioned concept) that they were supposed to use the handbrake at every point in a three-point turn. Someone from Ireland…
A user on ls1tech thinks he might have found his brother's stolen car and is currently attempting to get the police to help him out.
Doug's CTS-V wagon article had me thinking how safe it is to let the car do the shifting for you when you have a bunch of power under your right foot.
Is this old news? Made me happy anyway—GM is putting a twin turbo v6 in the 2014 CTS making 420/430 hp/tq.
Latest edition to the stable. A hurricane of calamity and poo appropriately named "Sandy".
Me being pretty slow in an R8 but I got to pass a Gallardo that was even slower. Some good engine noises also.
Drove an r8, passed a gallardo, and hit 116 mph in it. AWESOME.
It is official, I'm taking a V10 R8 around a track on Wednesday.
So... going to Orlando next week and thinking about doing one of those "pay $300 to drive a super car" things. Supposedly no limiters and the instructors tell you to push the cars. Anyone weigh in on this? I'm leaning towards taking a v10 R8 around the track......
I disagree with this person:
Real or fake? Lt1 in the back of a C4 Vette
Calzone's earlier post got me thinking: anyone else half hope to get in a small accident in order to write off their current car?
Maybe the Z28 isn't dead after all? VIN breakdown of the 2014 Camaro showing an LS7 as potential engine code.