Exactly. I was thinking some 7 inch googly eyes would be a better look.
Well, if you think of it as a little rallywagon...
The van pools work differently I think. Commuters join a dedicated Monday-Friday route and meet up at a dedicated location then they drive themselves. The cost per personis less than using your own car but more than pays for the fleet purchase and fuel, etc. Plus going from 9-12 mpg in the Express to 15-17 in the…
It’s clearly the fox driving. Check your state and local laws for vulpine hovercar licensing regulations.
Full disclosure: I’m a dumb white guy.
I must disagree. White over red is a wonderful combo
Since most of them are made of about 4 different types of plastic (Nylon synthetic fibers, LDPE foam, HDPE matting and listings for attachment) they’re not even really recycled.
I saw this on twitter, which is usually horrible. But this is good:
They could be if we didn’t cut them off. Nobody really buys them because they’re too new. If you need one let me know and I’ll save cloth for you. Email me a shipping label and I’ll get them to you. Weight is about 15 lbs.
Or you could build an IS500 badge just for kicks.
A custom shop is always going to take more time and care to ensure a perfect fit. I work in a production shop, where we use kits sewn up in California, Mexico, or China - and sometimes Turkey. If we don’t have a pattern for it, it goes somewhere else.
Aftermarket leather is patterned, cut, and sewn based on a teardown of a new model’s cloth seats. Typically, it’s cut just a hair larger for ease of installation. In the shop where I do office stuff, they typically do 8-10 cars or about 18-24 rows of seats per day. There are 5 guys in the back doing the work.
It’s not sold yet, but it’ll sell quickly. Probably to exactly the kind of guy you describe.
Technically it’s a $50k truck with $25k worth of aftermarket lift/wheels/tires/exhaust/interior/bedliner/paint before it got to us for a sunroof.
It’s not GM that did the primer-gray paint and flag stuff. It’s SCA Performance. Their package is another $25k above a stock Silverado LT Crew Cab. This already has our aftermarket leather in it - installed by SCA.
I saw that and immediately thought of “stickshifts and safety belts”
Living in the Charlotte area, this is what I thought when I saw that interior...
I don’t know. I just joined.
I’ll hash it out. It’ll be stupid and awesome.