Benny0407
benny0407
Mar 17
1

Judging by it being a different red and missing the graphics. As well as the surround for the headlight on the same side I'd say this thing has been in a knock in that corner in its life.

Mar 16
1

I see you took a Liberty or two with your high Caliber comment there. I'm sure you didn't need a Compass to Dart yourself towards those puns either you Scamp.

Mar 16
Save

You sure you’re talking about the 3.3l there? Pretty sure that could only be had with the 4 spd auto. The 3.0l had a 3 spd auto and made something to the tune of 150hp. The 3.0l was also a Mitsubishi unit, where as the 3.3l was Chrysler's engine. 

Mar 16
1

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder but its not necessarily to do with nostalgia here. I like the design of it. And i have 0 nostalgic reason to with that generation of van (my parents had the generation before and after but not that generation).

Mar 16
Save

How did you get it that easily? Clearly never looked at any of David Tracy’s other vehicles.

Mar 16
4

Kids? You mean all of us car people that are working from home right now, right? 

Mar 11
1

If not the Grand Caravan then the Pacifica. They need to do it either way.

Mar 11
1

“Can you see the car from here? I forgot where we parked"

Mar 11
1

You want a steering wheel? Hah! You have to drive this thing on pure luck!

Mar 10
1

So you’d rather drive a cheaply built GM unibody truck? I cant imagine how cheap that interior feels, and sounds.

Mar 10
Save

I will say i currently daily a Fiesta, and its size (or lack thereof) is a benefit for getting around the traffic. So to me a smaller truck would mean i could haul more junk and be able to easily move around in traffic. I could see a small 4wd truck being useful up at my parents cottage as well. But that is just my Read more

Mar 10
Save

Or feel any plastic on the interior. Feel that cheapness that'll rattle in 2 years flat.

Mar 10
Save

No i can vouch for an F-150 XLs interior feeling more luxurious than I'm sure how that thing's interior feels.

Mar 10
Save

And what proof do you have that it is fwd? I’m literally going by its proportions. Just because its based on the Escape (no real proof of this even, unless i missed something) does not mean it has to be FWD. And as i said it would probably use a system similar to what is in the current Explorer (which is RWD now) for Read more

Mar 9
Save

I’d actually bet against you saying rwd using the same (or at least similar) awd system out of the Explorer. I can’t think of why else the distance between the a-pillar and the front of it is so far other than a longitudinally positioned engine. As for the engine, who knows.

Mar 9
6

The only difference is I'd have a hard top, because it gets cold here... Or maybe both!

Mar 9
3

Plus the fact the baby Bronco and the 2 and 4 door Broncos also were all leaked on the same day? To me that more so points to purposely leaked.

Mar 9
1

Probably like what the Raptor had at one point (not sure if they still do) they are beadlock capable but you have to buy the stuff from Ford to do it.