I’m actually torn on this one.
Mr. Monster Mic bought a GT.
I was at lunch with a colleague and he brought up an amazing extension of my brilliant idea.
Looking at the budget this weekend. Ran some quick numbers last night. Getting closer to a new car for the missus. I’m intrigued by carvana and the free one week test drive and at home delivery.
I’m looking at the CTS for Mrs. Future next gen S2000 owner’s next dd. School me a bit on the 2.0 in the Caddy. Known issues? Things to look out for. This will be a current gen, 2014+. Trying to stay RWD. I want to avoid the AWD option. Probably won’t get the 3.6 due to it being a higher price point. Plus the mileage…
The time to replace the missus’ car is coming upon us soon than we had hoped. So I’ve been looking at a few replacement options.
When you get a whole bunch of stuff dumped on you Monday morning and have only one day to complete it because you are leaving on a business trip the next day.
Feels like a weight lifted. Loan free is a good place to be.
*Expert: Any one with any experience as you are better than me.
Warning: I done did something dumb. Stupidity follows.
It’s time to argue.
There are two correct ways to vent the exhaust for a vehicle. Side pipes and under the rear bumper.
First question - What is the convertible in the background?
...just remember you aren’t as badass as this grandma.
Another edition of totally not a scam.
Any thoughts oppo? It has the look of a 3-row. Maybe next gen Explorer? Traverse/Acadia replacement? New Dodge?
It’s Friday afternoon, I’m reviving a long lost, unloved question of would you rather. A spirited discussion about the merits of buying vs building over lunch has proven invigorating. I’ll be gentle.
I have a deadline cob today, but I’ve decided Oppo and tool storage is more important.