Between that and the risk of wheel damage if you go to a place with the clamp-on sensors, plus the fact that in some areas it’s a struggle to find a shop who will work with you on settings, I’m inching ever closer to getting the tools to do my own alignments.
Isn’t “Can’t See The Corners” GM’s default design language nowadays?
Semi originally referred to the trailers. Since the trailers only have rear wheels and can’t roll on their own, they were called “semi-trailers”.
So that’s where the idiots moved to after the cops in Myrtle Beach cracked down on Mustang Week.
This. Right. Here. “Hey, guy at work who rattles on about chemtrails all the time instead of doing your work, I would love to spend my lunch hour outside in the 100+ degree heat fixing shit on your rusted to shit Caprice Classic that I’m honestly surprised doesn’t say ‘Pussy Wagon’ across the back, even though I told… Read more
Has Tavarish done a post on what you can get for the base price of a Mitsubishi Mirage? I can’t imagine why anyone would spend $12995-$19000(Yes, you can option one of those crapcans up to 19 grand) on a car that appears to be a 90s Mirage on the inside.
The closest I’ve seen to that is a 350Z with “55NOWAY”. Lots of tickets, I’m sure, but it certainly isn’t as “poor life choices” as that.
My first thought after that scene was that Hyde slipped her some of his crazy juice.
On an R8 that would be pretty close to traditional turbo placement, though.
That movie poster has a significant lack of Vincent Price.
No need to question getting a Mustang, just don't go to Myrtle Beach during Mustang Week.