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May 20
1

Exactly the opposite. When I was in my 20's I realized how awesome it would be to sell Mary Kay. Think about it, your job is to go to parties where you’re the ONLY guy, be charming, and tell women how beautiful they are. And if it works out, free pink Cadillac. Read more

Apr 30
7

RIGHT?! You want everything open so bad, then you go fucking first. I’m giving it a month before I even consider stepping out. Even then, it’s a strong fucking maybe 

Apr 21
1

Same seats as the air cooled 911s, same steering wheel as the 964, same interior materials/carpeting and that “old Porsche smell” that was lost when the 996 came along too

Mar 28
2

Uh ....Bad? The Q7 is woeful at just about everything. No low range, poor break-over, approach, and departure angles. At least it’s still got optional air suspension, but so do the A6 Allroad and the Cayenne. Read more

Nov 14
8

meh, the VW crowd is like Jeep and/or Harley Davidson crowd respectively, they will spend butt loads of money on early 1980's Caddies, as in El Camino in Germany. 21 window sweet pickles vans are selling for over 100K in no running condition. Its a VW thing, most of us just don’t get it. I sort of miss my 2012 Passat Read more

Oct 31
11

Bonus: There is a giant sit-on jackalope in this bar, just like the one on Dirty Sixth but with approximately 42.069% less sorority vomit. Read more

Oct 31
3

Also, this weekend will be cold—well, for Texas—so do yourselves all a favor and pack a jacket.” Read more

Sep 27
8

I find it ironic that you are calling someone else an idiot but failed to use the right contraction for “you are” which is “you’re” and not “your.”

Aug 23
25

I have to admit, no amount of scandal can deter me from my love of another cheater, the Cayenne Diesel.

Aug 22
2

Seriously, I can still get almost any mechanical part for my (relatively) limited run S2. A few things aren’t available, especially interior parts, but German marques are pretty good about keeping part stocks up. They (BMW, MB, Porsche) also really love to keep their rare cars on the road, just look at their classic Read more

Aug 22
1

Sure, it is more expensive but even the lowly 4S is hardly slower (4s vs 3.6s to 60). The RS6 will likely pull ahead at the top end, but I’m too lazy to look for figures. I priced one, it was about 125k MSRP with sane options(nice color leather, decent exterior color, sport chrono, ACC). Read more

Aug 20
1

It’s a good value for the performance, most definitely, especially as a lease. That being said, I priced a 4s and with what I’d want (decent color inside and out, PLDS, sport chrono, ACC, Carplay), it wasn’t that much more(~10K): certainly a lot of money for me, but probably pennies for someone buying or leasing Read more

Aug 20
8

Don’t bet on Panamera’s holding residual value any better. For the price of an RS6 Avant, you might get a lightly equipped 4S (gas or e-hybrid). Now, I love the Sport Turismo, but I find the RS6's value proposition extremely tough to beat. Read more

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