I believe it’s parked on the other side of the street from my office ... or it’s the same car/color in the same state ... hmm
I had one, long time ago. It’s a fantastic bike with a soulfull engine. Sure it’s less powerfull/slower than most twins nowadays, but it’s plenty fast and full of character. Dead reliable too. I rode mine all across Europe, including a round trip from the French Alps to a beach town in Portugal, all at indecent speeds…
He’s a test pilot. There is a plaque in his garage/workshop.
Napoleon Solo, most likely
You’re right, I provide an unsollicited and terrible advice. But I feel bad for this little bird. It needs saving. Someone has to do it. Someone with a good heart. It’s you. It’s your calling. Save the yellow bird !
“ You won’t find a douche bag driving a new Q60 coupe” ... um, how do I break out the news nicely for you ... ;-)
Make an offer on it.
One can get a recharge kit @ O’Reilly/Autozone, gas + hose/connectors. The plugs are right there on the top right of the engine compartment.
1981 + 46 = 2027. Yeah, that makes sense, he’s 46 now.
What’s the report ?
Too bad they don’t sell 93 where I live, I could shave three quarters of a second on my daily commute ! Aaaaaargh !
2nd gear : we know how “guarantees” about employment work in business nowadays, just like GE just did with Alstom in France ...
How’s that for a school bus ?
G 63 ?
They kick me out of the Home Depot well before the afternoon is over, when I show up with my angle grinder ...
Realistically, all the cars are too powerful to drive in every day road conditions with 35/50/70 speed limits.
This car rule.