Baby Raptor Do do do do do do......
I gotta get to New Zealand.
Nah, too directly related to the product/service. Gotta be a little less descriptive. And spelled “creatively”.
The dog is gonna love this.
Calling a 3rd gen Bronco with an inline six a good road trip vehicle may be presuming that the speed limit on said roads never goes over 50.
Yeah. it sounds like they’re downgrading everything and then charging more for it.
Unprepared is an understatement. This is an actual photo of Alonso in their original backup car.
Wait, do we like the Passport now? I mean *I* do, but I figured it was too mainstream, CUV-ish for a jalop crowd. Great!
Are people tired of me talking about Monteros yet?
You’re not too far off with that idea. While it wasn’t meant to actually be a Hummer model, the Terrain was meant to keep H3 owners with GM after Hummer’s death. I can’t count how many times GM mailed us ads to “come check out the new Terrain, the Hummer spirit lives on at your GMC dealer”.
But Hummer brought us a reason to have FUH2.com (site now dead), the great compendium of thousands of people flipping off the H2.
Riviera Blue would like a word with you! Also, the A4 came in a great looking green last year (looked it up... “Gotland Green”) that I’d take any day over a non-color like Nardo.
Nope - it’s one of the ten Brabus smart roadsters. It’s motivated by a 160kW TTV6 created by Frankensteining two inline threes together.
while searching for footage, i found the celine dion plymouth laser commercial. i reeeeeeeeally wanted to include it.
For the past year or so I’ve been using Amazon Music for my offline and online music needs. A couple days ago, I went to upload a few tracks I recently downloaded to the Amazon app so that I could listen to them offline on my phone (the entire reason I ditched Spotify/Apple)... only to find out that Amazon is…
Or you buy the physical CD rip it and upload to where ever you want and never have to worry about a music company and market shits rendering your “license” to use the song null and voide.
It’s a completely proprietary interface that’s used to connect to the LTE5280's external dock, or to automotive interfaces. From page 15 of the manual:
The Compaq LTE laptops had a proprietary “Enhanced Option Slot” that was a software programmable interface that allowed the installation of 3rd party communications devices. I’m guessing that the CA card was designed specifically for the Option Slot hence the dependence on the LTE.