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Oct 2
260

Don’t be thinking small. Think BIG. Think Continental. Think New Yorker. Think Delta 88. Tbink about all those smooth-riding malaise-yachts with 150 horsepower lumps. Imagine doubling or tripling the power of one of those things and gliding along in silent splendor...

Jun 3
113

I must make two honest confessions to you, my Christian and Jewish brothers. First, I must confess that over the past few years I have been gravely disappointed with the white moderate. I have almost reached the regrettable conclusion that the Negro’s great stumbling block in his stride toward freedom is not the White Read more

Feb 18 2020
251

The Taycan purchase is not a surprise. Bill is a Porsche fan and also owns a freaking 959, which instantly grants him all kinds of cred that no amount of tweeting can undo.

Jan 13 2020
3

For the more health conscious customers, there is the vape simulator which will pipe smoke out your window every time you lower your window, to simulate the classiness of a Vapebro (R) in a WRX.

Jan 1 2020
22

Unlike the Telluride... this is a RWD platform and materials are going to be real and higher grades. Not even the powertrain is shared so basically nothing mechanical is shared.

Nov 18 2019
48

They don’t make them anymore, it’s a rare-ish model with a rare stick shift, it’s in really good shape for its mileage. I have to go NP for this baby. Your options are Increasingly limited if you want the Saab experience these days.

Oct 29 2019
826

I think the problem here is that you can’t actually market this thing to people who don’t know about cars. There’s no wool-pulling. It’s not like the Urus (I finally have an excuse to drive a Lambo!) or some heritage-laden tweedmobile (Careful with the Jag, darling).

Lots of car names became famous to normies for Read more

Oct 25 2019
8

Looks about the size of a CX-3, which has less interior space than a Mazda3.  Ingress/Egress to the back looks abysmal

Oct 23 2019
5

Not bad, Mazda. Now lose the plastic cladding and drop the body a few inches. That should help with range.