not for canada - australian in disguise
for-canada
Jul 13
1

The nose also helps with fuel efficiency. So they don't make sense based on load limit laws and they don't make sense to live with. I understand why they went extinct here.

Jul 9
1

Agree.  And it amazes me they still charge these prices.  Graphing calculators (TI-83 or whatever) was like $90 when I was in high school.  20+ years later, they’re still about that much but have had almost zero development.  Total cash cow.  My college finance calculator is the same way.

Jul 5
1

i agree with the grille, whole thing should be taken care of with an SMG

Jul 5
2

pretty common down south, I see one every 5 miles or so, probably not the $180k special, just the $70k bolt-on special lift kit with bent axles and oversize exhaust tips... 

Jul 5
4

Based on the two cars I’ve seen in person that were SEMA builds it’s probably held together with hot glue and cable ties.

Jul 5
2

I’m not sure whether I’m more surprised that they wan $180K for this thing or that they are selling a stock version for $115K. (It’s nice of them to knock $300 of the price. That makes it so much more affordable.)

Jul 5
1

Thought was Houston (or the Permian), but the value was too high. Alas, it is Alberta so it still checks out. Never change O&G, never change.

Jul 5
4

$18,000 seems pretty good oh wait oh no no no no! How could you possibly justify this in your sickened twisted brain?

Jul 5
9

I was about to ask where in Alberta this was. Stereotypes exist for a reason.