My dad had a ‘63 R2 supercharged Avanti for nearly 40 years. He sold it almost 5 years ago. I'm still sore with him for that. I did get to drive it a tiny bit on a few occasions. I highly recommend it.
I’ve been with them for over a decade. I have nothing but nice things to say. When I was younger (and dumber) I was way underinsured and carried only $10k in liability. I had an accident that caused about $16k in damage to another vehicle. Not only did they cover it without saying a word, my rates never increased.
I’ll jump to the defense of the Journey as well. Had one as a rental recently and I was prepared to hate it. I honestly very much liked it and would consider one for a family hauler.
PT Cruiser GT Convertible. Open air, available manual trans, and a 2.4 turbo capable of serious power. Fite me.
I’ve owned a 318ti. It was very BMW. CP.
“Why do you hate new cars?” they ask... “Why don’t you but something ‘nice’ (new) instead of always driving old cars?”
If you start a pyramid scheme? Prison. When the government starts a pyramid scheme? Pay in or you go to prison.
This statement brings a joyful tear to my eye.
Congratulations! Better late than never. :)
Even better... I stuffed my face with pesto pizza.
I’ll keep an eye open, but AMGtech is far more likely to spot anything Duc-related!
“LQ4" and “efficient” don't belong in the same sentence. Signed: the owner of an LQ4 powered Suburban.
I’ve worked around airfields my whole adult life. Evergreen’s driveway freaks me out every time- I have a mini panic attack thinking I’ve just committed a controlled movement area violation/runway incursion.
At least your rear main isn’t leaking, I suppose... I’m still waiting for my rear cover alignment tool to come in so I can put all of that back together.
I just did all four on the Suburban today because the alignment shop told me the left lower was bad and they could replace it for $500... Naturally, I politely declined and elected to do it myself.