ShowerThoughtsofJohnMayer
dabeej707
8:08 AM
115

I would buy it, totally expecting the IMS to go, and then part out the car. An IMS repair can be a solid $2500. Read more

2/24/20
4:53 PM
112

I Bought a Submerged Tahoe for $275 and I Nearly Became a Eunuch Trying to Get it Home.”

2/24/20
4:42 PM
619

I’ll pass on calling dibs. Few things are more humiliating than being underwater on a Hyundai.

2/13/20
11:46 AM
628

I don’t recline, but you are wrong.  As long as its a feature, no one is a monster for using it.

2/13/20
11:46 AM
80

I feel like a jackass for reading this article.

2/13/20
11:46 AM
315

As he is in the last row, which typically has zero recline, he most likely opted for the absolute cheapest flight cost possible. You get what you pay for. Read more

2/13/20
8:48 AM
149

But then, days or weeks later, you realize you are driving around in a 12 year old Chevy Cobalt BY CHOICE and you have an existential breakdown.

2/13/20
8:42 AM
18

First, this isn’t a collectible folks, this thing isn’t appreciating and unless there is a Fast and Furious 19 that becomes a cult favorite with this car, it never will. Read more

2/11/20
8:23 AM
70

It’s massive considering the proper size for a display in a center console is 0".

2/10/20
8:30 AM
63

It was probably around a $500 car originally, but they added tires, a winch, roof rack, switches, horn, exhaust, snorkel, etc.... those parts weren’t free......   and it shoots fire you guys! Read more

2/7/20
8:28 AM
22

Sadly, this is the correct take. It’s a wonderful track weapon, but a terrible car.

2/5/20
8:48 AM
57

How to price a car: (good market value)+(full price of all mods)+(quantified emotional investment)+(break even value of next desired car).

2/5/20
8:42 AM
40

they cant. im attributing most of the NPs to “pedal misapplication” and whatever the residual to straight trolling.