I’ve been using DDGs browser and extension for a while. They are always making improvements, and now I prefer DDG to Google 90% of the time- but Google does sometimes have more relevant search results.
People will pay $70k+ for F-150s and Mustangs, so why not for an Explorer? If the hardware is there to justify it, I don’t think it will be a problem.
That’s more of a highway cruiser than a track car, but it’s definitely a fun way to destroy tires. 2013 GT500s hang around the $50k mark, but 2012s are about $40k too if you like superchargers.
You're right. A meal this good requires a sacrifice.
I think you nailed it saying the ‘05 and ‘18 are physical and spiritual successors to the GT40. The new GT maintains the aesthetic of the GT40 while also being extremely evolved (flying butresses, seriously?) but you can’t mistake it for anything else. It’ll be interesting to see if GM lets the Corvette platform play…
Awesome, now I can live out my dream of having a ridable belt sander.
Yeah, AEV stuff is very high quality and some of it does look like it could be factory. They actually make a lot of components for Mopar, and a lot of Jeep/Ram concepts use AEV parts/suspensions. The Power Wagon comes with 33s, which is the biggest tire you can get from Ram.
I don’t think people in new Escalades are shopping at flea markets for their bling. They buy name brands on credit cards, like real Americans.
Put... Put a LS in it?