I ALWAYS keep my turbines WOT.
Sweet RZ! Always wanted one, but had several RDs in my day (250 and 350). Have one 350 left...
Good thing I hit the redline everyday, no matter what car I am driving.
Canada must be stopped!*
there are at least 4 different major classes of antidepressant medications, with multiple other classes available and used to treat major depressive disorder.
I'm not digging a hole for a PT Cruiser.
Mazda Rotary Pickup!
I grew up just across the river. I used to know quite a few kids whose dads were pilots or navigators. It also used to be much easier to get on base and watch the flight line.
"You're dealing with forces you don't understand, you fools!"
The car above is Mazda's last prototype to race at Le Mans. Only it wasn't just a Mazda. It was a Jaguar. Only it wasn't a Jaguar, it was a TWR. Only it wasn't a TWR, it was a Porsche. This is the strange story of the orphan prototype that won Le Mans twice in a row and nobody seems to remember it existed.
Yeah, that front wheel came out interesting.
This car is actually parked & idling, while the driver looks worriedly at the gauges.
Today I said goodbye to an old friend. My 2002 Ford Explorer Sport showed 241,000 miles on its odometer and I witnessed every single one. I was behind the wheel on 99 per cent of them. Here is the story of this spectacular truck, and its nearly identical replacement.
"Dancing Mushrooms" would be a great name for a trance DJ.
In the future, instead of saying "Does a bear crap in the woods" or "Is the Pope catholic" I'm just going to say "Can you fit a 911 engine in a VW Bus?"
The first time I rode in an American car I didn't know it was an American car, but I did know it seemed very different to my daddy's car. And my mummy's car. It was huge, and it sounded angry, and it didn't have a gearlever on the floor – in fact the gearlever didn't seem to be used much at all – and it felt kind of…