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Jan 19
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In Florida there are 3 or 4 of every variety and every model year. In California, you can pick from several in the color you like. Here, there’s one used one with a manual 190 miles away and the local mazda dealership keeps 2 or 3 new ones on hand, always clubs or gt’s. The next closest Mazda dealership is 70 miles Read more

Jan 19
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I asked the question and that’s exactly what it’s about. I shouldn’t have even mentioned the stereo, it’d just be nice to have since aftermarket stereos are not really possible. Really I could care less about the stereo. The problem is I haven’t been able to drive the different cars to compare them, since used Miata Read more

Jan 19
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Used Miatas aren’t exactly all over the place to just go and test drive, especially if you’re trying to compare 2 different and specific models. 

Jan 19
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I asked the question because there hasn’t been a 2016-2018 manual Club or a 2019+ manual sport available for test drive anywhere near me. The only ones I’ve been able to drive are 2019+ clubs and GT’s, all with the differential and Bilstein shocks. I wanted to know the differences before I travel a few states over to Read more

Jan 19
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That was my question and those are some of the things I was considering in regards to the differential, not just track handling. A $1300 exhaust with a header and higher flowing midsection, along with a tune, would probably add 15ish horsepower to a 2016-2018, but I’m not sure if I would want to live with that Read more

Jan 13
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I’m actually looking forward to this type of vehicle hitting the road. All of the people who don’t care about driving or who can’t bring themselves to set their phones down long enough to get anywhere are a nuisance and a danger to themselves and everyone around them. Something like this, that prevents those people Read more

Jan 8
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If 2020 weren’t bad enough, now we find out we were subjected to 594,000 new Silverados on our roads. The year that keeps getting worse, even after it’s over.

Jan 7
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I like this, but I don’t want it. It would be cool if one of my friends had it, or something like that.

Jan 7
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David’s suggestion can’t be topped, it’s what inspired me. At first I was going to take it more seriously and suggest a more reasonable old car like one of these, but I decided to go the other way.

Jan 7
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10 grand on Autotrader in San Diego, 2005 with <80k miles, plenty of room for a big dog, not boring:

Jan 6
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All of the upvotes and replies to this thread seem to indicate otherwise. There’s always the option to scroll passed a comment without reading it.

Jan 6
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The person who made that probably thinks manual transmissions are stupid because they don’t leave a hand free for holding a phone and they’re most looking forward to the day they can sit back and stare at that tiny screen for their entire commute while the car does all of the boring driving stuff for them, Read more

Jan 6
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It’s a Lamborghini, an insane over the top one, it’s supposed to have a big wing. But, I bet there are people who would love one on their Camaro, old Mitsubishi or Infiniti G35 with stretched tires where it would be point and laugh worthy.

Jan 6
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When I first got my license at 17, we drove around our neighborhood, slowly, looking for houses with lawn ornaments, you know, garden gnomes, squirrel statues, little elf houses, etc. When we saw several houses that had statues within eye shot of one another, we would steal the ornaments from one house and put them in Read more

Jan 3
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And you know those wheelie bins get around, too. No telling what kind of warning light a car could catch.

Jan 3
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That’s cool, but can it hack into imperial computers and shut down the garbage mashers on the detention level?

Jan 3
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That’s cool...until it starts using those mobile chargers to electrocute people during the robot uprising.

Jan 3
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I had a friend who was in a similar position. We have a local comic book and general nerd merchandise store that sells these and he took it there. The owner/operator is a Japanese puzzle box enthusiast and all around impressively smart person. He was able to get it open in an embarrassingly short amount of time.