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5/22/20
6:54 PM
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If David Tracy is picking it up in one of his (Rusted to death deathtraps) um...jeeps, it going to get fatal rust by contact. And hope it was not a Nigerian invoice that has you waiting on final release

5/21/20
12:56 AM
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The worst automotive mistake I did in college was to buy a 1984 Alliance. The head gaskets had all the integrity of damp one-ply toilet paper. Ran more miles on a tow truck than under its own feeble power. Only car that tried to kill me. Cest une piece of Merde. Kill it with fire. 

4/23/20
2:17 AM
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1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt Concept Car. $1MM. With, seriously, a ‘hard top convertible’ (That was gangsta back then, A hardtop convertible wouldnt reach production until the ‘63 Ford Futura and then the 1995 Mitsubishi Spyder 3000GT VR4)

4/23/20
12:13 AM
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Kinda Sad. I always try to do ‘Dawn’s Patrol’ (The Poor Peasant Version) where I show up at 4am at near the rear entrance of Pebble Beach Golf Club, look for a corner where I can park for free, walk a mile or so to the entrance, dress with a jacket and pretend I belong somehow, set myself at the rear entrance where

4/22/20
11:36 PM
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$150? you wish. I wish. The actual spectator ticket (lowest price) was $400

4/14/20
10:05 PM
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I guess we know what the follow up to ‘Tiger King” will be. “Junk Commander” sounds good. Get some shifty meth-heads as a crew.... Make a mortal enemy and start a feud with.....hmmm... Alanis King, and make a rumor she let Criss Angel kill her first husband. Pitch to Netflix. $$$$$$

4/14/20
5:12 PM
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Last year (see link in post) it was approx 12,000 miles update, all done in one year and the cost of maintenance was $3000 that year

4/14/20
2:06 PM
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Being a 2005, I am less worried. The 04s you had to buy a whole set if one failed. But not so on the 05s and 06s

3/22/20
5:01 PM
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I would buy one for sure if any still exist today. Looks awesome. Grandpa of all the Evo's

3/15/20
10:39 PM
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I had one of those. A sedan. It should make it if in good shape

3/15/20
7:35 PM
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Its on about to hit 135K miles - It has been better than its infamous Fame during the last 6 years. But then again, is my 2nd one, so I know how to take care of it.

1/31/20
4:45 PM
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Old guy wants to know. I assume it does play MP3's and support old standards of cover flow?

1/28/20
11:17 AM
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Who the hell likes ‘Avenue 5'? Hugh Laurie cannot save this awful comedy all by himself. It’s basically ‘Gilligan’s Island’ crossed with ‘ST: Voyager’ and painfully unfunny. HBO really misfired on this one. Is awful. 

1/15/20
7:53 PM
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MKI Impulses were sold in the US from 1981-1989 and MK II- from 1990-1992. The RS version for the MKI Impulse was ONLY offered in 1987. The MKIIs also had an RS during 90-92  A better, tighter suspension and better body paint were the main differences. In 1988-1989, Lotus would ‘add handling’

12/31/19
5:52 PM
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Radwood at San Francisco - with the 1987 Impulse Turbo RS - Goodtimes!

12/20/19
9:26 PM
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It will drain the battery of 50 miles of range every time you do this! You can always check out every time you like, but you can never leave!

12/18/19
3:34 PM
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Another ‘He-Man’ re-boot??? At this rate, by 2021, we will have a ‘Crisis in Infinite Eternias’ TV series, where the 5 and counting versions of Adam will show up.