John_Harbinson
jensenkid97
8/27/18
1:04 PM
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From the looks of it, they still come standard with toothpaste storage.

3/29/18
4:25 PM
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Can you fit a 4x8 sheet of plywood in this or an E63? Or are those days of wagon practicality far gone?

1/27/18
1:55 PM
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Alex, as a previous owner of a 2000 Escalade for about 6 months during my senior year of high school, I could sum up my ownership experience in one phrase; “It was the best of times” (I had an Escalade in high school), “it was the worst of times” (8mpg), “it was the age of wisdom” (GM catching on to the luxo-suv

1/12/18
9:14 AM
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Mid 2000’s Ford Explorer. It was my mother’s car from new, and after 196,000 faithful miles, the timing chain started rattling (tensioners failed), and it has developed a slight knock. I put the last 8000 miles on it my junior year of high school, delivering pizzas and blazing trails off road where my friends with

10/24/17
11:14 AM
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I mean it would probably get better mileage than my Jensen... Even turning those big tires, it’s gotta get eight-ish...

3/13/17
11:40 AM
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Does this car reside in Lawrence? I’m pretty sure I saw it this morning (I go to KU)...

2/13/17
3:06 AM
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12 Valve, Just for the simplicity. Only thing you have to wire is a starter and kill switch for the fuel, set the RPM governor for 2-300rpm short of what it’s rated for and bang those shifts.

2/13/17
2:16 AM
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Corbin Goodwin managed to do this, so I, um... I don’t see why I can’t throw a diesel in one... I even have a factory-narrowed positrac dana 60 out of a parts Jensen interceptor I can use in case the gobs of torque from that diesel are a bit much..

2/13/17
2:13 AM
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While I’m very experienced with the 7.3 idi and the three generations of the 7.3 Powerstroke, I would like to go with a 12 valve cummins for ease of installation and since it’s inline, it’ll fit under that hood hopefully. I’ve dealt with 7.3 wiring and it’s almost impossible to get different electronic components to

11/17/16
6:05 PM
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Um, guys, I just went to see where that page is that I could refresh leading up to the launch and....

5/26/16
8:00 AM
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The Iron Skillet in Indianapolis is somewhere you’ve gotta go if you’re heading out there! Best fried chicken I’ve ever had

4/16/16
12:31 PM
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Live in a semi-rural town where someone requesting a “burn permit” would be laughed at, and just pour some gasoline on it, with a trail that’s 20-30' depending on how big the brush pile is, and stand back, garden hose in hand, in case the fire decides to spread outside the circle you’ve wet around the pile, and light

4/14/16
10:09 PM
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I have a friend bringing a Cobra convertible, jokes will probably be made :P

4/13/16
11:14 PM
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Nope but I know they give 9 am and 10 am factory tours on the weekends, you just have to sign up for them online