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Jan 12
2

Cost and repairability. If you scratched it, you’d have to re-anodize the whole thing precisely enough to match colors.

Jan 12
2

Exactly, or like an old MG that just screams “fatal collision”. And forget bucket seats that hold you tight around corners, you want slick vinyl benches where you feel like you’re going to end up flying out of the passenger door if you take a turn too fast.

Jan 7
49

My 1964 Cadillac. First car I ever had and drove it to high school and still driving it, but not daily at the moment. It’s about 19 feet long and sticks out of most parking spots. The heat and AC don’t work so you had to dress accordingly. The top leaks so I have to carry towels in case it rains. It’s lowered 3" so

Dec 27
1

It’s irrelevant criticism from peasants... who apparently don’t care, but put effort into making sure others know they don’t care. The whole thing is just laughable. I agree, it looks great, and probably drives great and sounds great... and all fifteen are already sold, so while internet armchair experts get Read more

Dec 7
5

It does look nice. I’ve seen a few on the road where the owners did a chrome delete and black wheels and it works well with the Pacifica’s simple lines. Chrysler offers a blacked out trim and AWD for 2021.

Dec 7
6

Me and two other guys living in the same house in my mid-20s all had Mazda 5s. All with manual and various bike racks. It was a perfect mountain bike hauler and camping it it was a breeze. My wife learned to drive stick in it. It got decent gas mileage and was surprisingly fun to drive. I even hitched a small trailer

Dec 7
6

I'm in the market for a minivan. Did you know that behind the third row of an Odyssey, there is basically the same amount of cargo space as behind the third row of a Suburban? That's insane!

Dec 7
3

I came here to say this! Minivans are a perfectly crafted tool for the job of transporting people and or children. Read more

Dec 1
1

Don’t forget my favorite, “loose stools and the inability to control them”. I was walking past the TV one day, when that was read aloud after some bullshit commercial. I spun around, with that famous Katt William’s “What the fuck did I just hear?” look, on my face.

Nov 18
17

Hudson was not a GM brand, Torch. It was independent (and ran sub-brands Essex and Terraplane) until it merged with Nash in ‘54. Read more