IIRC Caterpillar no longer sells on-highway (truck) engines to anyone else.
That first pic is one of the cutest I’ve ever seen with her little shoes on.
My strategy involves alternately ignoring them, or when it’s particularly bad enough for me to want to distance myself from it, I’ll shoot through an open space and get about 20 car lengths ahead.
I was going to say, I pass on the right virtually every single time I am on local highways on weekends (most weekdays are too jammed to make lane discipline a thing).
New pup, named Maybelle by the first owner. She’s a sweetheart and absolutely needs to be chewing, cuddling, or playing.
Something like this should be good. This one is probably too big for the Corvette, but you can find different sizes on Amazon. Just make sure they have the backing so it doesn’t slip around when she’s on it. https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B0776R4H4P/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Park Ave ULTRA is the Buick to get*
Do you leave your doors unlocked? I’ve had multiple jeep with soft top drivers tell me that’s what they do.
It’s 75 and sunny today so we took the vette to my cousins house for Easter.
This should not be on the road. You are a danger to others.
Need to do one more bolt check but it is not slow and it sure doesn't sound like any other F100.
Most of the issues are related to owners being irresponsible. The only one where a big dog makes a difference is that you want to be extra sure you have a good quality one that they won’t be strong enough to break.
I like it, others may not.
This is the most honorable way it was going to go, saving someone else, any other death would’ve involved sitting in a dealer lot and Nickel and diming another family outside of warranty
I’d rather have a police department that writes real tickets for them.
The ‘88 Camaro I’ve been helping with has been completely metric, which surprised me.
no. the auto industry was fully metric by then.