Which is amazing, because it’s by far the dumbest thing I’ve ever purchased. Every single car I’ve had (even the 4Runner), within the first few months, I tend to second guess my decision. For the most part, my second guesses have been true. The 4Runner I only like because I’m emotionally attached to it. The FiST I…
After that it goes up to $130 a night. If you plan on going and haven’t booked yet, book ASAP!
At least with the spring installed. I had to lock the brakes this morning due to an old couple in a Grand Marquis blowing a stop sign directly in front of me. Due to the lowness of my car, it drug the air dam, snapping the wire to the spring. Oh well. Nothing zip ties can’t fix.
It doesn’t photograph well, but it looks significantly better than the 1500, and as a hater of unnecessary chrome, better than the last. The front isn’t nearly as out of proportion as the photos make it look, it’s pretty much equal to the rest of the truck. The mirrors are stupid and tacky though.
It’s actually quite wonderful in the rain now. It drives like a normal car, except that when you get careless with it, you’ll die. It’s quite liberating. And it also doesn’t leak, because contrary to every sales ad for a used Corvette, all of them have been wet. They leak test them at the factory.
What do you drive(work included if you want) now?
Not a fan of the exhaust.
While out taking Scout for a ride, I stumbled upon what looked to be a massive cow statue. Then it looked at me. The black cow on the right is normal sized, and right next to it. Yes, the cow is larger than a hay bale.
It’s been pretty uneventful, and no unusual quirks have shown up. I still find it to be plenty comfortable, and have yet to regret giving up two doors. It does boring daily driver quite well. I still have yet to discover why the elderly people of Corvette pages find them scary to drive in the rain, or with the…
Tires are permanently stained.
I saw this on a flatbed today. It happened on the 8th, but the owner survived and is out of the hospital. A driver failed to yield and ran him into a tree.
He was planning on a first gen Azera or mid-2000's Avalon. I showed him the light.
From now until July 29th, you can reserve your room under the Oppositelock group for $113 a night. After than, rooms go up to around $130. To get the discount, you must call(828-498-2211), now book away!