Corcovado
corcovado
10/21/19
12:27 PM
118

But what’s the alternative? Me taking my business elsewhere. Either you might lose my business through me shopping around, or you will lose my business by not giving me what I ask for. Which one gets you a better chance of making money?

10/21/19
11:26 AM
100

What if you broke it trying to reinstall it though? I would have gone with a note to the owner to check his headlight fairing. Read more

10/18/19
11:43 AM
39

All cars require little maintenance if you are good at ignoring noises. I don’t look for low maintenance on my cars, I look for ease of maintenance. I want plenty of room in the engine bay, easy suspensions to work on, transmission drain plugs, etc. I do the work myself so when I am faced with a problem like a wheel Read more

10/15/19
1:53 PM
15

I drive a very small car, and I’m constantly frustrated by the gigantic vehicles all around me. Doesn’t mean I’m going to start driving an H2 or something.

10/15/19
1:51 PM
33

To be fair it’s because visibility is total crap when you’re behind a truck/SUV. So then others get a higher riding vehicle to see and block the view for even more people who then buy a higher riding vehicle. Read more

10/15/19
1:43 PM
135

People can enjoy things all they want, right up until it’s actively harmful to everyone around them. Driving giant gas guzzling SUVs because it makes you feel like a bigger person is actively harmful.

10/15/19
1:40 PM
38

I’m in a rental car right now (it’s an Altima, shocker) because someone rear-ended my Golf R, and the first thing I noticed when I got in was my head was practically hitting the roof. Whoever was in there before had jacked the seat up as high as it could go. Seat was further back than I needed it too, so whoever had Read more

10/5/19
3:50 PM
13

My suggestion was going to be the Chrysler Corp Airflows. They definitely qualify as Art Deco, but they are nowhere near as opulent as your suggestion.

10/5/19
1:27 PM
30

Type 57 SC Atlantica wore it better... All what? Three of them?

10/5/19
12:41 PM
73

Art Deco cars from the 30s definitely take the cake for best use of suicide doors.

10/2/19
10:08 AM
75

While that’s a harsh way of putting it, that’s precisely what all the engineers in the auto industry are doing.