Too much power and stupid headlights, but other than that a perfectly executed retromod. Just perfect. So many of them try to make behave like a new car with old looks, lush interior and wheels that clash with the design. This seems to at least attempt to keep the spirit and feel of the original product. Read more
What? Socially isolating means going somewhere on a whim, to eat lunch and get gas? Exposing all kinds of unsuspecting people to your viruses and germs? Take a seat, sir. You’re dizzy, and obviously should be chained to your sofa.
No, Trump bloviates, grandstands, and personally attacks people who call him on his bullshit, and the gets criticized for bloviating, grandstanding, and personally attacking people who disagree with him. The trash comes from his supporters and hanger-ons who would be mental if any one else did the exact same thing.
watch a buncha videos on youtube before you do it. I drive Volvos, i did my first one in under 2 hours. I think i spent more time studying it, than actually doing it, but it helped my confidence, and i got it right the first time.
There are a multitude of YouTubers offering videos on how to do almost everything with cars. Consequently, our cars are looking really sharp after I followed these to detail them. I’ve seen videos on replacing the batteries in a Toyota Prius, head gaskets, exhaust systems, etc.
Ha! That’s a funny comment. The Land Rover staff all had light grey shirts, and the two test pilots you see running down the hill with them in that shot (Henry and, I think, Matt Prior) just happened to be wearing similarly colored shirts that day. The guy in the dark blue is Charlie Mayhew from Tusk.
Andrew, can you answer a question I had? In the scene where everyone was running down the dune, why are so many people dressed in the exact same outfit? Was there a uniform or something or do automotive journalists all subscribe to similar styles (Jalopnik is so special, I’d expect you to not adhere)??
DAMD’s been doing this for a long, long time, offering styling changes to tiny Japanese vehicles. VW Type 2 kits for Subaru Sambars, Dodge A100 kits for Honda Actys, Renault 4 kits for Suzuki Lapins, etc.