Kailand09
kailand09
9/19/19
4:23 PM
10

I love telling people this story, but back in 2005/2006 some guy claimed he was commissioning a custom Enzo-based car from Pininfarina on a car forum I frequented. It turned out that user was James Glickenhaus and the car was what became the P4/5. He even answered one of my wise-ass questions - I was 15, so that was Read more

9/18/19
8:40 PM
2

Technician/Service Writer at a regional service and tire chain. Winter tires are universally made with a soft, fast-wearing rubber compound that stays pliable and maintains traction in below-freezing temperatures better than any all-season tire could. Depending on driving habits, you may see 1-3 usable seasons out of Read more

9/18/19
8:25 AM
3

If you mostly drive on dry roads in the winter and you’re looking for a tire that lasts longer, I suggest performance winter tires. They trade some of the snow and ice performance of a straight up snow tire for better dry and wet road handling and longevity. Read more

9/18/19
5:46 AM
1

I loved the Champiros, they were absolutely excellent and lasted so long! I was on my fourth season when Cleveland the Saab got totaled. I would absolutely buy Champiros again. 

9/17/19
11:30 PM
1

I recommend the Michelin x-icr xi3. Had them on the old fiesta and could drive circles around everyone in the snow up until it hit the bumper (about 6 inches). Did well in dry, wet, snow, ice but not temps over 75. That only has 120 hp.
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9/17/19
11:03 PM
1

I have nordman 5s. they the slight budget Nokian tires 90% of the hakka performance for 75% of the price. I’ve had them on for 4 winters, including one year where I ran them till june. And I’m going to try another winter on them as i still have 60% left. like all winter tires they are a bit loud

9/17/19
10:31 PM
3

Blizzaks work really well, but do wear fast when it’s warm. They’re also pretty loud. One upside is that they’re cheaper than other high quality options and they’re available all over... Read more

9/17/19
10:30 PM
1

I had good luck with Firestone Winterforce, but I believe they’ve redesigned them since I bought a set so I’m not sure how the newer ones are. Read more

9/17/19
10:29 PM
1

Nitto Terra Grapplers. I'm sure you could find some in your size. 

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9/17/19
10:22 PM
4

As functionoverfashion noted today Tire Rack seems to have the Blizzak WS80s on sale for a pretty steep discount: Smoking (deal on) Tires (not sure if that’s all sizes, but my size was down to $90/tire + the $80 rebate). Read more

9/5/19
8:08 PM
1

I realized that after I typed the comment.

8/2/19
8:02 PM
1

There’s no need to get the top tier though, it’s just a car for my girlfriend to drive and cruise in. Car was super clean, guy had owned it since 87 and clearly babied it. Couldn’t get him down past 5500 so she decided that fin we get back from our cruise on the 12th and it’s still around we’ll come buy it

7/19/19
12:38 PM
3

The Corvette is bound to be more reliable as well, though I know McLaren has been improving on that front.

7/1/19
8:40 PM
1

Kaiser revived the Jeepster a decade later, and it lost some curves. Maybe one of these?

1/10/19
4:55 PM
8

The contract always had Bungie controlling the IP. Activision probably saw what they were pumping into it and the fact players weren’t coming back and still decided the price to quit the contract was the lower one. Read more