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A friend of mine met James Hunt at the Seneca Lodge.
Aww. Was hoping for some old Sony U-Matic videotape action
Ran when scuttled no low ballers i know what i got!
The obvious choice is a 4WD ambulance converted to livable overlander.
It was clearly big M8’s fault
Somehow improved the build quality. Two less doors to fall off.
Needs yellow splitter guards.
That said, it’s iconic at this point, and it seems bizarre to change it to something more generic.
No kidding, couldn’t they use a 737 Max for Trump?
On most interstates, they want you to move the cars off the road after an accident if they are mobile. The driver of the Mountaineer might have just limped the vehicle to his driveway and walked to his neighbor’s house to get things all setup. I don’t think any one would call that a hit and run.
Hate to break it to you guys but the hit car is probably the neighbor and they have already resolved the accident between themselves.
Such a beautiful interior with the screen put away.
I wish my life was so awesome that the biggest problem I had was whether or not other people were removing yellow plastic protective bits from their cars.
Budget in Pittsburgh.
How in the world would YOU ever know what I need?
There’s an argument to be made, if you wanted to, on the specific vehicles mentioned in the USA Today article: the new crop of overstyled 3-row crossovers that are SUV pretenders. The Atlas and the Telluride are a triumph of form over substance, and the Pilot and Highlander are too expensive for what they are.
Yeah, that's exactly what a CRV buyer is doing.
Here’s why I’m calling a nation of SUV-buyers a pack of fools: because for the vast majority of the uses an SUV will be employed for, a minivan is almost invariably better in every way.