Andrew P. Collins
andrewpcollins
Reviews Editor, Jalopnik | 1975 International Scout, 1984 Nissan 300ZX, 1991 Suzuki GSXR, 1998 Mitsubishi Montero, 2005 Acura TL
6/17/20
12:45 PM
40

Haha. Beware the rabbit hole, you’ll be bidding on crates of helicopter parts in no time.

6/5/20
8:06 PM
44

Haha, yes it was. Honestly didn’t even occur to me to look, but they cost about $17,000 when they were new. So, like, $26,000 in “today’s money?” I guess it doubled in value!

6/5/20
6:26 PM
16

I bet clean RSX Type-Ss will be worth a lot in five years. EP3, I don’t know. I didn’t like the look when they were new and I still don’t get excited about them.

6/5/20
6:22 PM
16

Not disagreeing, but having driven both back-to-back, I stand by my assessment. The new car feels faster.

6/4/20
8:51 PM
48

Haha, so he did! S’aight, I hadn’t seen it, others might think it’s funny too.

6/3/20
7:02 PM
2

Right now I’m stuck on getting the plenum off... it’s basically fused to the intake manifold. [Sigh.]

6/3/20
1:21 PM
7

Mmm. The hinge is huge. If the locking latch is robust, I’d imagine it’d be pretty secure.

5/30/20
3:35 PM
3

This batch of press cars were used in Germany and then shipped over. (It has a California tag on the back.)

5/26/20
6:21 PM
7

Haha, yeah at face value it’s a little goofy. But the game is just a platform for interaction. The stream is an accessible forum to talk trucks with folks, so I’m simply looking at is as a vehicle for hanging out and entertaining people while many of us are stuck indoors.