I’m sure that it accommodates his family better, but that’s what his personal car that his wife drives is for. Why is the Subie the right choice for you?
Fair question: Only three.
Washed the cars, ran the dog, put the race wheels on the car, and going to autocross tomorrow. Enjoying this brew prior to heading to dinner with the spouse.
One of my Chihuahuas was diagnosed with a heart murmur at about 5 years old. Went on to be anesthetized a half dozen times for teeth cleaning (seems like Chihuahuas have bad teeth) before dying just a few months short of 17 years old.
Don’t think I can make it work this time. Darn.
Good news for you is dual income and no day care costs helps you address debt well. Even a spoiled dog (who is Everything that matters) does not come close to the cost of a child.
Yeah, but this has more height . . . well, maybe not, especially when viewed next to the Nissan
Versa Trash Can, but that’s what I thought.
D.I.O.D.E. - Dual Income, One Dog is Everything?
That rear window arrangement makes me think: Spiritual successor to the Pontiac Aztec?
Houses in European cities are tiny. He put an offer on one with a garage that I’m told barely has room for a typical car, so no room for a Chevelle and all the parts. And since the house is so much smaller they will likely be using the garage for storage.
He had obtained a 454 to put into it, so, yes.
Typo, but also, oops, bad id on my part.
Threw the post out there too quickly, and don’t know my Lexii well enough, either, apparently.
I’m all for getting color ON cars, but I’m not big on colorful interiors, either.
When you want to get fancy, your local group may have a sponsor or participant who specializes in such things. Particularly once you get yourself a Corvette and magnets don’t stick (I’m being optimistic about your participation trajectory).
I was feeling like the rebuild should include glass roof, but I’m not sure that this works 100% for me. A pretty good starting point.
Well, those mods would bump his car out of the Street classes. I’m not familiar with the nuances once that happens, I think that it would put the car into an ST class.
It is at the very beginning of the car classing section of the rules, Appendix A, on page 184.
I would expect it to be placed in GS. “If a version is omitted from the class listing, and is otherwise eligible for the category, then its classification will be the same as the equivalent car which is listed.” Yes, the wagon is heavier, but I don’t see that bumping it to HS.
Enjoy living in the Kyoto area. I definitely liked it during my recent visit, and although I know there are plenty of downsides to Japan (as with any place), my wife and I can imagine enjoying living there for a few months at some point during retirement (in the sadly distant future).