Lew Schiller
lewschiller
Aug 3
5

I dig the space saver spare tires four corners. Saving the nice wheels for dry ground only was undoubtedly proper Japanese motoring etiquette in the 70's.

Aug 3
5

I see an Early Datsun in moist conditions and it creeps me out.  I wonder how many perfectly good cars were sacrificed to get this photograph.  

Aug 1
224

When I was your age, we had to jerk off with rotary phones. And just a few generations ago, if you wanted to jerk off, you had to go wait in line at the telegram office. 

Aug 1
90

Said it before and I’ll say it again, I like my tires’ aspect ratio how I like my retirement communities, 55 and up!

Aug 1
172

Said it before, will say it again. Sidewall=good. The more sidewall, the less of those forces transfer into the car. Yes youll lose some handling, but for a daily driver? More sidewall. 

Jul 31
108

Here’s my vote for worst font in the industry. I give you the automotive equivalent of a "No Fear" T shirt. 

Jul 31
7

I’d rather have a hundred gross of self-sealing stem bolts.

Jul 31
4

speaking of, that thing looks about as likely to end up on its side or roof as a Reliant Robin.

Jul 31
4

The top looks like something Hammond, Clarkson, and May cooked up

Jul 30
59

Yeah, that’s what this sure looks like to me. Bad casting. Sure bad castings happen, but how often do you hear about them happening on safety-critical automotive components these days? Never, right? Normal companies take care to make sure that they get their castings right every time. Tesla is the kind of company that Read more