Benny0407
benny0407
12/8/19
11:55 AM
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I’d rather an Alfa, even if it strands me on the road more often. At least its good looking.

12/8/19
11:49 AM
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Note that if you find yourself being chased by a Bravada you can toss a jug of oil, trans fluid, or coolant towards it and this will get its attention long enough so you can get away.

12/8/19
11:43 AM
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Agreed 100%. Herbie specifically has had something like 6 of its own movies as well as at least one TV series that i can think of.

12/8/19
10:27 AM
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It drives like no other on the earth because its so big, what you think are small mounds are actually mountains.

12/7/19
5:28 PM
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If I had the money, and time, I’d totally put Tesla components into a minivan. Just because it would be different, and I could surprise many people too.

12/7/19
5:21 PM
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If you watched Hot Rod Drag week this past year or the year before there was a turbo Caravan (can’t remember if its 89 or 90)  running getting down into the 12's IIRC. Still using the 2.5l turbo (of course modified quite a bit).

12/7/19
5:17 PM
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I have lost a few tools over the years, strangely just combination wrenches, even more strangely is it was just the SAE sizes, not the metric. But it was the smaller sizes as well. I try to keep track of my tools now a days, not necessarily putting them back but more so just knowing where they are. Like I know there Read more

12/7/19
5:06 PM
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You say Tesla Cybertruck, but that is a Ford body... with Ford wheels... maybe its actually a test mule for the electric F-150 and not Tesla.

12/7/19
12:33 PM
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Plastic? not on the body. cut lines? only around things that open.

11/28/19
8:39 PM
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I wouldn't say no one is interested in steering feel but knocking a 3 row crossover for its steering feel, seems like a minor thing.

11/27/19
9:04 AM
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I more so meant that the Camaro and Challenger were nothing special cars were plucked out of the junkyard. (As in smallest engine with an automatic).

11/27/19
9:02 AM
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You do know that once upon a time the Challenger and Camaro were basically worthless cars, so some people wouldn't save them. Obviously not the case with either car now a days.

11/23/19
4:24 PM
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They just didn't want to go to Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo levels of silly in their second movie. (For those unaware, Herbie drove upside in a tunnel near the end of the main race)

11/23/19
4:22 PM
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I was going to say i thought at least for the coupes it was really the other way around (the Sebring coupe had eclipse underpinnings)

11/23/19
4:20 PM
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Who said they were real yenkos or hemis? More than likely both started off as low trim cars.

11/22/19
8:47 PM
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I agree that it is not ugly. It is also not beautiful. I’d say its striking, and different.