I want this car more than you can imagine. Of course that’s assuming your imagination doesn’t extend higher than about $6,000.
That was uncalled for. At least I didn’t call for it.
And now we both know that.
A 10-year old Outback steakhouse sounds like an absolutely terrible place to have dinner.
You should totally buy this.
I expect you to three-peat tomorrow. Just sayin’
We shall see. The only major hurdle to overcome in the creation of such list is my overwhelming sense of laziness.
Heh, heh, Autocorrect is not my friend.
The History of English Podcast is my go-to drivetime infotainment option. At least it used to be. I’m all caught up and have to wait for new episodes to come. Kevin Stroud is an engaging speaker and the back and forth between language and history he utilizes is really engaging.
It’s over 25-years old so by Federal standards it’s okay to import without having to meet the safety or emissions standards of the day. California is another matter, and I’m guessing this car is just hanging out here. California requires emissions compliance on any gas-powered vehicle under a certain weight built…
They did get rid of the amber turn signals in back around ‘95.
Not just RWD - mid engine RWD!
Geez, that’s the second CX with a vinyl roof I’ve seen this month.
Sounds good. I’ll buy you a Belgian beer if you take me for a spin in your French car.
I figured most everyone would get the reference, but thanks for thowing in on the clarification.
Geez, I’ll bet you’re the kind of guy that makes kids finish their vegetables before they can leave the table.