I drive a different car practically every week. The SeaSucker is a lifesaver.
True. But I do love the fact I can swap the SeaSucker between cars.
No but I learned to drive in Boston... which is a fucked city in which to learn to drive.
Those vans aren’t big and they’re very easy to park
As an aside... you can put a bike on almost anything:
These are all good answers actually... usually I disagree with most of you on these posts. Tom has the best answer though.
Going from a ‘65 Ford F100 to my ‘74 Benz... oh boy do I appreciate power steering.
The lead line of the article was pretty fantastic.
To see it in London is even cooler than spotting it randomly in the US. I love when you see a car that doesn’t belong somewhere being driven without a care.
That color scheme is rad as fuck... That’s Mark Donohue’s number and the general Javelin livery used by the Penske racing team.
The connection to the truck itself.
Yep, actually a pretty cool feature - I should’ve covered it more but we didn’t use that part of it as much since we didn’t have larger gear to shove in there.
I’ve done that too and it was definitely awesome: http://hooniverse.com/2017/08/28/camping-the-easy-way-in-an-airstream-classic/
I had a large piece of wood under the driver’s side wheel of the camper.
I used the camera and it worked great, so I never needed to try the Assist.
Love it. I saw one the other day with the exact same color scheme
It says engineered by the same team... which is how Ford says it as well:
Agreed. The bedding in the Basecamp needs work. I’ve slept in an Airstream 30-footer before though, and the bed in that one is excellent. (and that trailer is VERY expensive relative to others that size)