A Mosler would be neat.
A Mosler would be neat.
Locally, BJs has the lowest priced gas so the short answer is BJ’s. Even right now with this, “fuel crisis,” going on, my local BJ’s still hasn’t gone dry on 93. Maybe because it’s members only like Costco, who knows, either way I feel as if the $30 annual membership fee is absolutely worth it. Read more
Hey there, you’re right, I was just exaggerating a bit as parts trips aren’t usual AutoZone runs. Oh, I’m having problems with my tail lights, they don’t off, but the brake switch seems to be fine. Any idea what it could be? Read more
This is all true, and because of those reasons it will only go up in value, but as an owner of one of these cars I simply don’t understand. That’s just a, “me,” thing I guess.
Haha, nope it’s actually this car: https://barnfinds.com/how-many-left-1989-sterling-827-sli/
Right, so I own a Sterling, which I bought for $10,000 less than this example. Granted, it doesn’t have 26k miles, more like 260k miles, but this is just absurd. First off, you can’t find Sterling specific parts for these cars, and if you go to a Honda or Acura dealer looking for engine components with a Sterling VIN,… Read more
That picture of the Yugo looks suspiciously like my old apartment complex in Holly Springs, but then realized there’s no way in hell the Yugo would make it from Chapel Hill to Holly Springs. Oh, and most 919 apartment complexes look identical to one another.
The Carolina Squat was invented in my home town. Need I say more?
I have a Sterling, it’s horrible and I love it.
The LFX has been in a few cars sideways, it’s no VF but it’s not bad in FWD applications.
I feel like Metro Detroit is the only area in America where top-spec domestic vehicles are sold in dramatic numbers.
PVC in it’s natural habitat is really a beautiful thing. In actual fact, with our dramatic growth and large scale construction going on recently, building materials being found in wooded areas is becoming an increasing issue.
Not the fastest but definitely the prettiest. I like taking my Sterling 827 SLi back there, the roads are prime. I actually sell Chevrolets in the Raleigh area and can confirm that, yes, we can’t keep these things in stock, but the one everyone seems to prefer is the $22,990 LS because it’s the only one Makes Sense.
I thought these pictures were taken near Jordan Lake and they were. I hope the Raleigh area treated you well!
OK but Davison’s Steaks tho.
Does this mean we’re getting the J35 in the Saturn Vue again? Nice.
In North Carolina, we have so many transplants who’ve moved here from SF, NYC, or LA as their jobs typically have offices here, their wages either stay the same or go up, and the cost of living is like 40% of what it is in similar places in California. It’s really a no-brainer.
Thanks! Well, if y’all are in the market for a Blazer, let me know I would love to assist.
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