Fuck me, I’m getting full coverage on mine if they’ll pay out that much. I’d be able to fix the thing and buy another as a back up! I would happily say “Yes, drop that beautiful piece off at my parents’ house.”
Fun story, a friend let another friend borrow his car other friend performs a hit and run. Police try to charge friend with hit and run. Friend has okay lawyer. Police can’t prove he was in the car. Therefore all these people need to say that a friend borrowed their car.
I currently live in Indiana and that fault is a background terror for me. It’s just waiting in the bushes and far over due to fuck up our whole region.
I’m terrified Classic Motorsports will see this fate one day. I think the reason it still exists is because of the older guys reading it and the super high end products that advertise there are too good to advertise on the internet.
If it wasn’t for this picture I wouldn’t have been able to identify the new random taillights I saw at work yesterday. Also, those taillights look better in person, promise. Now I want to see these fancy new headlights I’ve heard about. They are supposed to use some type of never before seen tech.
That’s not true. Manufacturer testing gets a super limited window of time throughout a year. So if you’re not able to go on the one or two days in a year that are opened to you you may be screwed. If I recall right I remember reading once that manufacturers were only given a few weeks head ups on one availability…
Do you have close ties with this company or another in proximity to it?
That’s why when you work with a specialty company while restoring it you take that into account, which that company apparently did not.
I’ve never been a fan of the entire vehicle. Although I do plan on doing the bottom quarter of my Jeep in the liner.
Most Jeepers I know religiously clean their rugs after a day off road and you would never know it had been off-roading the antenna is a solid indicator that they do use it.
It’s weird that’s it’s taking several years for your stuff to be past that. I thought most stuff didn’t matter to them after 3-5 years
I saw that today at Sonic. Still not sure what to think.
That is literally every insurance company. They have some type of secretive rating system that takes that into account.
I’ve enjoyed my experience with them for the past year. Since I’ve had them I backed into a car(that stupidly pulled up behind me in a tiny parking lot and parked suddenly) and slammed my truck through a stop sign and telephone pole as well as had somebody hit and run my fiancé. Ours rates didn’t go up an astronomical…
Something tells me they weren’t talking about gas mileage.
I’ve owned three Taurus’. I killed one, one killed it’s transmission and the most recent one is about to go to scrap because I can’t in good conscience sell it. Besides that I own an XJ that will never ever ever be sold. It may go through a few hearts and renditions but it will still be my Jeep. In reality right now…
To me it appears to be basically a full blown race car except instead of a plastic body to look like a modern car it is an old metal body.
So Torch hasn’t started for the day to make a graphic huh? Haha
Pause for a moment here. Just so I can gauge how wrong you are and where you are coming from what current vehicles do you find attractive?
Like Rob said with most of the running gear being shared that should be easy. With 3D printing and such making new badge molds and such should be easy enough. Plus when one spends six figures on a car certain expenses can be expected. Look at the price of Engine out services for certain exotics.