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2/10/17
3:22 PM
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House speaker Tina Kotek’s Communications Director Lindsey O’Brien said “the Speaker had nothing to do with this bill, and if you look it up you can see that it’s a Revenue committee bill, and the chair (Representative Barnhart) has already said he doesn’t plan to move it forward. So the bill is dead.”

2/10/17
3:16 PM
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As an Oregonian, this was news to me. Thank you for pointing this out! After reading the bill language it raised more questions than anything. I did some research and the local news is saying that in an email, House speaker Tina Kotek’s Communications Director Lindsey O’Brien said “the Speaker had nothing to do with

2/10/17
2:39 PM
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The interior feels the exact same way! I sat in one at our local auto show.  Instead of using design or choice materials they made the leather seats with a contrasting two-tone color (not pictured) to give it “character”.

2/10/17
12:07 PM
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They are selling a beautiful resorted 40 on the site. The Author, Bryan Campbell, also mentions that the Atlas is a “A Throwback to Vintage Camper Vans”. So, what is it? “A throwback to a Vintage Camper Van” or “Volkswagen’s Attempt at a Land Cruiser”. Update y’all, these statements would only work if he was reviewing

2/10/17
11:42 AM
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That reference is an insult to the honor and ability of all Land Cruisers every made! Now if the copy would have read, “Volkswagen’s attempt at a first-generation Chrysler Pacifica” that would have been a fitting comparison.

2/10/17
11:30 AM
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Feeling spiritual and sort of drunk after one hot yoga class and clicks “Buy It Now” on the 1960 Volkswagen Kombi 23-Window for $159,900. Fast forward to my Instagram model life of casual photos of me in the van traveling and living simply.

(Not pictured: trust fund advance loan paperwork)

2/9/17
4:18 PM
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I agree! Giving people the option of locking the center differential is helpful! Especially when stuck. Toyota’s locking option (only on FWD based SUV’s not the Sienna) is canceled with the vehicle speed exceeds 25 MPH or if the brakes are applied (which is to ensure the ABS and VSC systems operate effectively). The

2/9/17
4:07 PM
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True! It can have 10 inches of ground clearance, but without the ability to flex, some wheel articulation or a decent breakover angle they might as well not add any skid plates nor the off-road aesthetic package because the softroader is going to probably not come back from the ORV park the way it drove in.

2/9/17
3:41 PM
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True, but if you high center you’re not going anywhere. Also, who are we kidding this isn’t being built for actual off-road performance. Just marketed for the off-road aesthetic.

2/9/17
2:19 PM
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My first car was a 1968 Mercedes Benz 250SE. Bought it for $150 and sold it for $850. Apparently, the SE made it fuel injected and that was rare for the states. The new owner bough it for parts for his 250SL.

2/9/17
2:15 PM
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Hi! It looks like people are asking for authorship under this thread. I have been lurking four countless hours, days and years by now. I think it’s time for me to get typing and be part of the community. I have read the handbook, the revised handbook and will be excellent and not a dick. Can I get authorship

2/9/17
1:21 PM
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The 1993 “adult version” of the Ford Probe GT! Mazda MX-6. It looks like the 2.5-V6 also. Top speed was a 135 MPH (personal verification). Also, that top speed took a REALLY looooong stretch of road to obtain.

2/7/17
1:25 AM
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In South Africa, we rented a 2015 Toyota Fortuner (Hilux SUV) with a 2.5-liter diesel that has had me wanting a body on frame 4WD again. It was solid, rough and ready for anything. The Hilux/Fortuner apparently don’t meet the American/Canadian market for noise, vibration and harshness isolation which is why we have