Fun Fact: It was the last iceberg.
But beneath those covers are probably the best-looking production wheel on any car at any price point.
I already had one, as a kid
The first half of the 13th gen F-150 to the second half. Went from so-so looking truck to one of the best looking trucks ever imo. All from slight changes in the grille
This is true and fair but i also work for a giant tech company and we fuck up a lot easier stuff than this all the time. Software is fiendishly difficult and complex at scale.
Grand Theft Auto Online. Sure the lobbies are sheer mayhem with griefers on flying motorcycles that are there to ruin your day. However, the actual races are really fun. There’s basic upgrades that you can do to your cars (funded by your criminal enterprise or actually winning races). There is also so many different… Read more
Imagine how much faster it would be if there wasn’t an umbrella built into the doorjamb.
Old VWs smell like crayons. new ones smell like nothing
More like the fast and the furriest. I’ll go home.
Sounds like his area of expertise was...
There’s another facet to this. I was a Deere employee there a few years ago doing software engineering. They were very bright people, mostly CS grads from Iowa State with a family history in agriculture. Those jobs were non-union, there were no stock offerings but pay was very good, especially for Iowa, and the profit… Read more
at least they’re being recalled in canada, which is outside of the environment.
This EV won’t work for me because the commute to my job is 20 miles each way and once I get there they don’t give me enough money to buy this car.
Growing up in the rural Midwest in the 1980s, I never saw Hondas. Even today, if you go to my hometown the odds of seeing a “foreign” car are slim-I’d guess less than 5%. Accordingly, I have no thoughts on the Prelude at all. I’d guess time, rust, and the big Honda-modding craze of the ‘90s and 2000s took ‘em all out. Read more
Do you work for corporate America?