Coro12
coro12
6/29/19
4:39 PM
30

M. Ballaban: Recognized as the first time traveler. While his initial excursions were for a day at a time, he eventually traveled back to ... wait ... how are you here ... for God’s sake put that ... ouch ouch OUCH ... Never had anything to do with time travel and is a humble car blogger with an amazing collection of Read more

6/29/19
2:03 PM
30

Woah, did you already have that list prepared and saved in a folder? I was going to say that this Geo was a POS when you could buy things like an Integra but you more than fleshed this point out.

6/29/19
12:13 PM
29

* Checks Facebook marketplace/craigslist for said banger*

5/30/19
12:06 PM
5

One time, shortly after buying my used Mazda2, I was cut off by another driver oblivious to my existence. I was livid. Furious! And, naturally, I had to let him know my feelings. I laid on the horn, only to find out my horn sounded like a juvenile goose with a cold, losing its voice.

I suddenly went from furious to Read more

4/19/19
9:45 AM
102

“I know that a lot of truck owners and buyers like to sit inside their truck when they drive them.” Read more

4/8/19
4:31 PM
146

It’s amazing how many people apparently are incapable of reading an article before commenting. No one’s saying get rid of all highways. 

4/8/19
4:08 PM
212

This isnt a call to destroy all of the highways in the country. The point is to eliminate them needlessly passing right through the hearts of downtowns (looking at you 20/59 currently being completely reconstructed through Birmingham, AL) which creates physical and, weirdly enough, often economic barriers which divide Read more

9/5/18
11:10 AM
3

Nope. I had no idea at all. I honestly was just wandering around looking for cars. I try to do that every new place I visit. I don’t lie about shit like this, and I never will.

11/22/16
11:13 AM
17

The 2 started to become popular in the aftermarket scene, then Mazda quit bringing it to the US due to stale sales after 2014. However, the 2 scene in Thailand is HUGE. Read more

11/22/16
11:09 AM
12

That weight figure is off, the current (non-US) Mazda 2 with a manual is right around 1000kg (2200 lbs) and the Mazda has much more safety equipment and it might be a little bit bigger (especially in height) than a ‘92 Civic hatch.

11/22/16
11:09 AM
57

Except for the fact that the Mazda2 meets 20+ year newer safety standards. The old Hondas were wonderful cars, and safe enough in their time, but I know which one I’d rather be in when a truck crosses over center line while I’m enjoying corners on a canyon road. Read more

9/16/14
11:21 AM
2

Great article! I'm not sure why I needed to add to my knowledge of crap, but it's an impressive process. I keep thinking though, spongy poop blocks... Who touched them to know they feel spongy?? Having a degree (just a bachelor's) in biochemistry, what is it that won't break down? What chemical compounds are we Read more