I’M POOPING BALLS NOW
The M. Night Shyamalan twist is that the store closed 5 years ago, they just never told the people in the tire shop.
my experience is such that I’d wager DHL is at fault.
if you think the gas mileage is bad with the 3.7, you should have seen it with the original 4.6 2 valve wheezer.
I don’t get it. why even bother with tires? just wrap the outsides of the wheels with a few layers of electrical tape; just as good.
because they need to be somewhere and f*** everyone else.
I was originally planning on getting one of these when they come out (blue XLT supercab 4x4 with Sync 3) but the more I think about it, my current Ranger only has a bit over 100,000 miles on it. I’m thinking I’ll run it for another year or two and get the BEV when it comes out.
it isn’t that they’re a “new” company (especially not since this is their fourth major vehicle launch.) It’s that they’re having problems with producing this car that they didn’t have with the Model S and Model X. And this car was supposed to be easier to build!
“We’re setting an extremely high bar for the Model 3.”
I got a grand for trade in on my V-Star 250 when I bought the FZ-09. I knew you’d outgrow that Rebel pretty fast. the down side to a bigger cruiser is that pretty much everything above the old 250s is a lot bigger and heavier. even the 650/750 metric V-twins are getting into Harley heavy territory.
that deserves a star.
Rotisserie chicken is IME over brined.
If you can’t see your comment at all even after “show pending,” then congrats. You’ve been permanently dismissed.
erp, nevermind. some reason it made me think of NWA’s older white/gray/red livery.
before I clicked to read this I only saw the plane and thought this would be about Flight 255, which happened 31 years ago thursday.
Michael Bay ruins everything
Cimarron? don’t make me laugh. The Cimarron’s problem is that everyone knew it was a Cavalier. and launching with that miserable 1.8 pushrod 4-cylinder buzzfest destroyed any claim the could have had for calling it a Cadillac.
line out voltage is nothing to obsess over. all a higher output voltage does is improve signal to noise ratio; so long as the subwoofer amplifier has sufficient input level (incorrectly called “gain”) adjustability, there’ll be no difference between 1V, 2V, or 4V outputs.
Then a Continental Che Cazzo.