Future next gen S2000 owner
future-next-gen-s2000-owner
1/23/20
8:22 AM
129

It runs, and its under $3k. Why the hell not. I’d build it into an off-roader so I could constantly say “No, its not a Rover, its Laforza” and then launch into an automotive history lesson that no one cares about.

1/22/20
6:08 PM
56

The optimal size of the wheels depends on the size and shape of the car. There is no single optimal size for all cars. Read more

1/22/20
4:59 PM
3

Proud to say I’m down to two trips per repair. Read more

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1/22/20
4:06 PM
2

I generally have to make at least 3. The first to get the part, the 2nd to return the wrong part, then the 3rd to go pick up the right part they had to order. Read more

1/22/20
3:29 PM
2

this, last summer when i was replacing the brakes on the explorer and rockauto sent me the wrong pads for the front i couldnt just wait to send those back and receive new ones. so i drove up to autozone and walked out with new pads.

1/22/20
3:11 PM
3

This.  Generally, it’s because I need a part right TF now.

1/22/20
2:56 PM
1

I am very farking jealous, thankyouverymuch. I have a very very very strong urge to pack it all up and move to NZ real soon now, but being an IT professional means that I have a shedload of competition vying for the few visas that are issued every year, and being over 40 years old knocks a few points as well. Read more

1/22/20
2:02 PM
1

Yes, I'd relocate to somewhere in the Commonwealth that's warm in a heartbeat, particularly if there was a decent job waiting.

1/22/20
1:58 PM
1

Like everyone else I’ve heard it’s a nice place. I don’t have first hand experience though. A Kiwi coworker of mine told me she didn’t understand how anyone could use an umbrella until she came to the States, apparently their rain storms are too windy?

1/22/20
1:54 PM
1

My dad knows someone who spent 6 months in New Zealand. He said that 6 months wasn’t nearly enough. He said that New Zealand is so breathtaking that he could easily imagine spending years there just exploring and seeing all the incredible things. There’s a reason why all the LOTR and Hobbit movies were shot there...

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1/21/20
4:31 PM
1

That makes sense although the part of town where I spotted it isn’t near any military stuff. Given that this was during evening rush hour I’d guess maybe a military spouse on their way home from work or something. 

1/21/20
4:23 PM
5

I assume this is a military family. The govt probably paid to relocate them. That being said, I'm not sure I'd bother with a Sonic.

1/21/20
4:08 PM
9

Is this the one where people pay craft beer prices for horrible Mexican skunkwater? It truly is a scourge on our populace. They even add limes to it.

1/21/20
10:09 AM
71

If only renewable power sources existed.  Can you look into that for us?