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Jun 18
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Umm says who? I have used the word exactly as I intended. If you find that word offensive you need to stop being the thought police.

Jun 18
1

My ex MIL had a Talon with all the goodies. Ex FIL took me for a ride, he being a dedicated old school Corvette/SBC guy and he told me it went better than his old vette. It was a revelation for what a small turbo performance car could achieve, and yeah the looks were edgy at the time, better than the Eclipses that Read more

Jun 18
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I haven’t seen a decent 1st generation Probe for a decade. Second generations were so dull looking I might have seen one but couldn’t care!

Jun 18
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It’s still CP. Sure the AWD TT’s are rising stars but this boat isn’t rising with them. It might be in a remarkable state of preservation and a coupe but performance wise it’s dare I say, 90's malaise. 

Jun 18
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Not this ghetto spec Stealth. AWD twin turbo or GTFO. This one’s no better than a Probe or similar FWD 2 door coupe. CP for decontentment.

Jun 16
22

NP for the general condition and WA license plate. It’s in decent shape and even though I usually don’t go for malaise era cars this one’s nice for it’s age and you can drive it until the cows come home and then you can use the cow peelings to update the seat. Read more

Jun 15
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at the time these came out there were a couple companies making 5thwheel/gooseneck hitches that attached to the roof of cars. My dad looked into it but decided that it wasn’t as secure as a weight distrubtiing hitch on the old Buick Skylark. Read more

Jun 12
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and more to your point, HD buyers are committed to the image of a big loud bike that ID’s as a HD, and have proven they won’t buy anything else from anyone. The thought that HD can convince the faithful to buy a livewire is laughable, and the rider who wants an EVMC isn’t going to wander into the beardy tattooed Read more

Jun 12
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If I’d put that much work into a project I’d want to keep it for longer than the shakedown cruise. The seller must have that much or more into this and while it’s kinda neat it’s a project that has the appearance of something he did for himself, because I’m not feeling it and I imagine most others aren’t either. 

Jun 11
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I think I’d rather go with the Rivian, a clean sheet over a reworked F150. Either one over the ghastly Tesla Triangle.

Jun 11
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If you have to pay someone to maintain and repair it, buy a Toyota. This is not for you. Read more

Jun 9
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Ii had a rodent nest catch fire in my squarebody, didn’t burn the truck down but was an interesting drive home. Read more

Jun 9
4

This seems another solution in search of an actual problem. I rented a GeezerGlide in Vegas and falling over was the least of our worries. Mostly the lack of power and wondering if Eaglerider was going to charge us for scraping the foot boards around every corner. 

Jun 8
7

Lucas is shocked that you question this, given current market conditions being grounded in electric.

Jun 8
3

I’ve felt that manufacturers stopped adding hatchbacks and wagons so those cars wouldn’t steal sales from SUV’s. I could carry 2x4's in my old Escort hatchback, now I get to buy a truck or SUV to do that very thing. 

Jun 8
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As an official old fart squarely in the demographis of Buick I say “debauch this and the horse it rode in on”. 

Jun 2
1

I once owned a Series IIa, which was nowhere near 600HP. Might have been 60HP on those days when Lucas was in a good enough mood to fire the plugs in a spritely manner. And now I can’t afford those as they are another vehicle that went through the roof price wise, along with Range Rover classics. I need a bubble for Read more

Jun 2
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My heavens that V10 is a thirsty bitch on the best of days. TheCummins was always the right answer.