Speak of the Deville
devillesinthedetails01
9:42 AM
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Indeed. I have a dark blue 99-02 front end GMT800 truck and have always wanted the 01-02 HD hood on mine. I found a white one of these hoods for $100 once and kept it in storage until I had the funds to paint it... but it was low priority.

Also had numerous craigslist and FB posts to see if anyone wanted to trade hoods

8:37 AM
3

Mr. Regular made a really good point about the Mach-E and alleged dilution of the oh-so-pure Mustang lineage. Read more

12/11/19
5:59 PM
3

It is just marketing. The real Mustang and all its history remains unchanged. The car internet is just running out of things to be angry about.

12/11/19
5:20 PM
10

Why would Hyundai care about enthusiasts who buy very few cars? The majority of people want something that seems sporty to them, Hyundai is doing exactly that with their N line. These cars are just the right level of sporty to appeal to the masses which is where the money is. Read more

12/11/19
5:00 PM
12

There are a few that easily take the cake (Silverado HD, Cybertruck, new Tahoe, X7, Mach E), but I’d like everyone to not forget about this fucking mess of a design. It’s the equivalent of a shitty mcmansion in car-form.

12/11/19
4:39 PM
6

Can we please stop pretending Ford didn’t dilute the Mustang brand over and over in the last 55 years? Read more

12/11/19
1:19 PM
3

I lifted my beater MKV Jetta for this reason. I no longer tear the bumpers off when entering a steep driveway. 

12/11/19
12:15 PM
5

Yep. Do your braking before hitting the speed hump, then release, and have the body up, front suspension unloaded, as you go over it. When you get really good, by the time the rear wheels get there, the same thing is happening in back.  It’s fun to get good at this and just slowly glide over the things.

12/11/19
12:01 PM
3

I’ve always found ~15mph to be the perfect speed to go over them. At that rate you don’t wallow over them by going too slow, but you don’t crash land either. Car just stays level and the suspension does its job.

12/11/19
11:14 AM
5

And on winter weekends Mama would heat up asphalt in a pot on the stove and we’d go out with Daddy to patch holes in the road. Read more

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12/11/19
11:05 AM
4

And we were happy, though we were poor.

12/11/19
10:30 AM
9

I basically rock crawl over bumps, even in a regular height car. The day I started high-centering my NORMAL car (~5" clearance) on speed bumps was the day that crossovers started to make more sense. The world around us is evolving to cater to the majority of vehicles on the road. Read more

12/11/19
10:29 AM
4

Ah, but it’s still home.. 

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12/11/19
10:12 AM
13

The same thing happens to your vehicle by just normal driving over the pothole ridden roads in New England.