majordawlish
MaximilianMeen
majordawlish
Nov 25
3

Please tell me the first thing you will do with that Jetta is remove those window stickers!

Nov 24
1

I don’t disagree, especially when it comes to the smog-choked V8's of the 70's. Plus the 500 in the Caddy was for smooth acceleration, not blistering acceleration. Read more

Nov 24
3

Jesus, dude! I’m only in my 50's and I remember mid-seventies Cadillacs with 500 c.i. engines. Hell, my dad owned five cars that I can remember that had bigger engines: ‘68 Mercury Cyclone and 68 Ford Ranchero both with 428 CJs, 73ish Mercury Montego with a 429, 75ish Ranchero with a 460, and the smallest, a 76 Read more

Nov 20
1

I’m pretty sure it included conferences from the beginning, focusing on the music business in general, how indie music acts could get contracts, and such. Read more

Nov 20
15

Seeing as how Lincoln has experienced time travel via phone booth, I think he’ll handle it just fine.

Nov 17
1

For the best comb of efficiency and performance/control, look to racing. Here is analysis of F1 tire size between 13" and 18" rims. Read more

Nov 17
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Dammit! Are we stuck in a time loop again!?! I hate it when that happens, so cliche.

Nov 16
17

Counterpoint, the Lexus predator maw and the Acura beak have never normalized and are just as hideous now as they were when they came out. At least Acura admitted defeat and have now smoothed things over. Unfortunately, Lexus’ reliability means customers will buy their cars no matter how hideous they design them, so Read more

Nov 16
2

Don’t be perplexed, be thankful that you can get a car with the performance capabilities of those Vettes at their current market prices! Read more

Nov 16
14

A quick search tells me you will have a hard time finding a similar one in the same condition for less. There is a fan base for these cars that is keeping prices relatively high, and nice examples are going to keep rising in value for years to come. This is a nice example to drive on weekends, keep the mileage low and Read more