This time it is for the Pfister 811 released today, obviously inspired by the Porsche 918 Spyder:
I’ve seen Mustang wheels on Rangers and Panthers, and Corvette wheels on VWs, but this was a new one for me.
The Freemode Update has dropped. Freemode is actually pretty fun now. Who’s up for some shenanigans?
I had a ton of fun with some of you guys a while back. I even have the ability to use my a mic this weekend! ;)
For a while now on-and-off, I’ve been looking for an old U.S. magazine article about the Skyline GT-R. It was my first real exposure to the car, long before Gran Turismo came out. I used to subscribe to Car and Driver, so I figured it was in C/D. It was.
This big white box is where I assume ads are supposed to be. Other than sponsored posts and those “from around the web” garbage links at the bottom, I’ve never seen an ad. It’s annoying to have the page scroll jump up and down while it loads these “ads”. Thanks, Kinja.
Sitting in a parking lot earlier today, I was noticing the various non-local licence plates and what is and isn’t commonly seen in my area. Demon-Xanth’s post got me to thinking about it again.
So, I’ve never seen a single second of either Mighty Car Mods nor Roadkill.
(I believe the author is female, btw)
I’ll take that as a good sign.
1. Poke fun at another media outlet’s stupidity.
I’m getting tired of seeing the “Dollar Shave Club” sponsored post at the top of the FP (is it technically still the FP?).
Most of us know there’s a wealth of information contained in Vehicle Identification Numbers, or VINs. Since 1981, VINs on motor vehicles sold in the North American market (and elsewhere) have been standardized not only on passenger cars, but motorcycles, commercial trucks, even trailers. With access to the internet, a…
Remember this scumbag who filmed himself riding his Yamaha at roughly triple the speed limit on a busy highway near Victoria, British Columbia?
Today, I saw my first Evo VI in the flesh, and moments later spotted a RHD Mk IV Supra.