We really need more Pikes Peak content in the world right now. This thing should really be a bigger sporting event in the US than it is, especially now that drone tech makes it easier than ever to enjoy the spectacle.
This thing should be on network TV.
Phew, thought the TLX-GT will miss out. But I also miss a competitor: Monster Tajima. Where is he, these days? It’s quite hard to find news about him.
I wonder if Hardcastle and McCormick is on Netflix.
84? That's a 307 Oldsmobile motor. Even if it doesn't run you can make it run. Those are tough little engines.
Of anyone who knows something of cars, who can forget this thing?
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Who cares about the car its going in, GM HAS DEVELOPED STEALTH CLOAKED ACCESSORY DRIVE PULLEY TECHNOLOGY!!!!!11!!
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I still find it amusing that people look at GM’s v8 from 1997 and on and see it as less modern than the average overhead cam engine. First, they have won multiple best engine awards by the SAE. Find me an engine that size and weight that can even approach those power/economy/cost thresholds.
My buddy has an S4 wagon, which is close enough, and it is the most finicky car I’ve personally encountered. It’s amazing when it’s working though and it does work, it just has varying degrees of “working”.