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Sep 27
1

There are a couple of things in this train wreck of a movie that I actually do enjoy. That being said I’ve only seen it the one time. But I don’t remember loathing it, not like I did Torque. That is a riot worthy pick. (though it’s not about racing, so it doesn’t fit I guess.)

Sep 27
24

Gumball Rally ranks pretty high up there. I do have a decently long list of movies that I love and would put in this catagory.

Sep 19
1

For an FJ62?.... your not talking about FJ40s right? Wow! This is all crazy talk. 

Sep 18
4

Well cash for clunkers was certainly when affordable half decent used cars became things like.... $7500 for a 12 year old Civic or Corolla with 259k miles on the odometer. Where as prior to that I would have given maybe a grand for that. Prices just never came back down. After people got used to $3-5k for “VERY” used Read more

Sep 18
3

Yeah I get it. I’m just saying I thought it was high for an unknown quantity, I feel $2100 probably falls in line for a half decent running example. The OP seemed to suggest that any running driving car is worth $3k. We “used” to call that the $500 rule, scares me if it’s now the $3k rule. Especially since I just sold Read more

Sep 18
10

I don’t know... with no more information than what was given I thought $2,100 for a 1985 Toyota Land Cruiser seemed kind of high. Considering it could be barely running with 300k or 400k miles.

Plus I’ve owned an 89 4-Runner from MN, and I know what kind of rust buckets 80s Toyotas turn into with their bad steel.

Sep 18
1

I’ve owned 4 VWs built in Wolfsburg, Germany. And I’ve owned 2 built in Puebla, Mexico. The Mexican ones have actually been perfectly fine. But the VWs built in Westmoreland, Pennsylvania had a reputation for being junk and falling apart.

Sep 18
4

I remember the days when you were buying Volkswagens that you actively looked for the WVW in the VIN number, because that meant it was built in Germany. You didn’t want the one built in the U.S. (1VW) or Mexico (3VW).

Sep 18
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Saw a Roxor running round up on the island of Put-in-Bay, OH laborday weekend. Put a smile on my face to see one out the wild and made me want one even more.

Sep 18
6

Mahindra was granted trademark license to use the design and CJ naming back in 1947 by Willys. Which was way before Chrysler/FCA/Stellantis or whatever they hell they call themselves now, owned the Jeep trademarks. They also came to further agreement in contract in 2008 which FCA is trying to welch on. 

FCA also Read more

Sep 18
11

So much this... In fact as an FU to Jeep. They should have made the design such that. Yeah we’ll sell it to you looking like this, but for $500 we’ll drop ship a crate to you with these “accessory” sheet metal pieces in it that make your Roxor look like a Willy’s. 

Sep 4
7

A $10M+ California public relations, feel good move to show the public “see electric cars are the future”. Even though they were basically useless to them and they stayed most parked for 3 years.

Sep 3
5

I’m calling it.. The grille really isn’t squished. It’s the same size as the old one. The rest of the truck is 300% larger. 

Sep 3
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Word is this is going to be close to $100k, so I’m going with..... SRT version would be $135k, and a Trackhawk probably $160k.

Sep 3
4

Gots to get our political pandering plugged erroneously into this don’t ya know? I mean it’s litteraly plastered across the header for the entire site.

Sep 3
2

From the exterior shots you could have told me this was the facelift for the new Ford Edge and I would have believed you. I guess the “sort of Mustang with one missing bar, sort of not” rear tail light treatments are ok. I hate the front “stick an LED in hole in the grille” look that is starting to emerge as a trend Read more

Sep 3
5

Dear God that grille’s sheer size, shape and treatment is terrible. How does this get a pass? Where as predator mouth on Lexus does not.