For when your kids out grow the powerwheel.
Just bring them over with only three wheels and call it a shitty trike, it’ll come with a full size spare that an independent shop can install for $20, boom no safety testing needed. Everyone is barking about safety but these would be as safe as a motorcycle. And nothing is really safe from that lifted brodozer with… Read more
The first time I moved out on my own I was super excited for Halloween. I bought three boxes of full size bars ready to surprise some kids. Turns out I lived in a ghetto area and no one came there. Except for two kids, brothers, who ended up with a full box of full size candy.
Si, you are correct.
I really want to build a Kaido racer based off of a 90's silverado, I think the style will work awesome with a truck style
I wish I made enough money to be financially irresponsible.
This made me think of a Ridgeling Type-R. Ridiculously stupid, but I would want one so bad.
Yup same thing with my 05 Passat. Paid $500 to fix it, a week later they returned and chewed it up again...
Sucks we’ll never get it here in the US but its nice to see it being made at least. Import laws need to be thrown out for cars like these. I can safely assume that every country besides possibly China has stricter emission laws. And when it comes to safety, ain’t no one safe unless you drive a F150superdutymaxpower.… Read more
I feel like that’s the case from some of these cars for sure. But, 2ok 240sx and the 58k Type-R are for sure some 90's kid who grew up successful enough to be able to spend money on his childhood dream car. If I made a million dollars a year, I would not hesitate to spend loads of money on 90s Japanese imports. Those… Read more
I remember Rota wheels came out to the scene and it sparked the whole fake vs real wheel debate. If these knock offs ever came to the states, the same thing would happen. 90% of people will buy the knock offs, because its just fine for daily driving, as long as you can look the part and the monthly payments are right… Read more
Ah that makes sense. I always thought maybe the director didn’t know shit about cars and couldn’t tell a FC Rx7 from a S14.
I don’t remember the title, but it was a movie where the kid’s older brother dies in a street race and for some reason he has to street race to avenge him or something? He finds a beat up 350z at the junkyard that somehow magically turns into a RX7 and S14 during some drift scenes. There has never been a decent car… Read more