Maybe US-specs are different, but T4 is a wonderful and reliable van - drove one for years as a courier, and it’s a popular work-mule on this side of the pond. Granted, it being native work horse here made things easier - every mechanic stocked some parts for it, and what they didn’t have they could get in under an…
Here’s a closeup video of it from a few years ago. You can see how bad the front fenders fit.
I’ve got an ‘84 Nighthawk with this same issue. It’s a known issue on Nighthawks too and typically considered fatal because most owners aren’t willing to tackle the job and just about every motorcycle shop will charge more than the bike is worth to do it. I’m going to try to fix it myself because I love this bike and…
Why not both?
I’m with you. Then it should be priced like a broken bike though. There’s nothing wrong with dumping you broken stuff but it’s got to be priced for it.
unicycles or GTFO.....
Wants $25k, couldn’t be bothered to clean his spooge off the driver’s seat. Or fix that A-pillar cover. This one has the signs of rode hard, put up wet, oh shit something is wrong it’s time to sell.....CP.
“‘California gas,’ which I think was also a Herb Albert album.” Nice to have you back from vacation!
I’ll take a vintage Land Cruiser, myself.
Oh totally, I like this G-wagen a ton, especially with some elbow grease and a new seat. I just didn’t realize how *well* they all held their price point (especially because my not-that-fancy middle class suburban neighborhood has like four of them); I’d have figured a mid-90s import would be fetching closer to $15k.
RE Amemiya made three types of conversions for the FD3S RX-7 back in the day. Time Attack cars like the “Facer,” N1, and AD, drift cars like the “Monster,” D1, and Pro, and art cars like this R1 and the 04. The 04 is the better looking kit, if you ask me:
I owned a 2005 CTS-V. Loved it despite it’s many flaws. I had to CP this one.
Let me drop a little lawyer on you:
Q: You’re 70 now?
A: That’s correct
Q: So, we’re to believe you’re a gentle-driving retiree, is that it?
A: Why, yes, sonny, that’s right.
You mean where you are in the LA area? Interesting. Certainly during my time in the outskirts of the Bay Area, daddy longlegs and various cobweb makers abounded in and around the garage at some times of year... I can’t find anything specific to this year and the Southland, but this article suggests that a wetter…
We’re getting too much rain in MD to get a lot of spiders - they’ve made little spider boats and floated away to spider land somewhere in California.
I assume literally. Kinja employs a team of stonemasons to etch all comments into cave walls in a secret location in Virginia.
There is a soft wear update coming for that.
I thought it was because I was fat, but in fact its just a glandular problem.
I have about 65k miles on my P85 and here are some interesting aspects: