Blackbeard Ben
blackbeardben
11:51 AM
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Continuing with the Golf theme, the most conspicuous rear body-bumper cut line has to be the Mark III Harlequin:

11:46 AM
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I’m going disagree with most of what you just wrote. The E95 Z4 is a masterpiece and perhaps the best styled roadster since the E type.

12/7/19
10:07 PM
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I’ve never had a problem with 10mm sockets, but I’ve had a 13mm socket and 13mm wrench from the same set go missing, one after the other. Read more

12/7/19
11:38 AM
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Consider this: When designing this truck, the engineers were probably constrained into using the stock, unmodified frame of the mass production truck, or a slight variation thereof. Read more

12/6/19
10:49 PM
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This is one of the many reasons why I love Jalopnik: Useful, informative comments from the community that explain things that the writer didn’t mention.

12/6/19
6:13 PM
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I wonder if this is more a result of boomers dying off or just going online?

12/6/19
3:54 AM
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To be fair, I didn’t hit $12k in repairs during my first year of ownership.

12/4/19
9:47 PM
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Yeah, but twin gatling guns (presumably M134 miniguns) behind the headlights is even less believable than the invisible V12 Vanquish. Read more

12/2/19
8:28 PM
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Aftermarket mods do cause actual legal issues when they don’t meet basic vehicle safety requirements that apply to every vehicle in a given jurisdiction, like bumper height, headlight height, full coverage fenders, no loose parts, etc.

11/27/19
4:33 PM
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I’ll pile on among the others correcting that to ‘giubo’ (pronounced jiu-bo’), not ‘guibo’, as the alternate name for flex disc couplings. Read more

11/22/19
4:04 PM
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Just give up on the ‘chunky station wagon’ misnomer already. Nobody agrees with you.

11/21/19
3:38 PM
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Not that I dispute your numbers, but where do those come from? I'm genuinely interested if they are in fact verifiable.