mike937
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Jan 17
2

No, but cars with cameras etc mounted behind the screen need to be re-calibrated when the glass is replaced. This can get expensive.

Jan 17
12

You almost wonder if this guy has an HOA that won’t let him park a camper but will allow a boat.

Jan 17
5

Several years ago, some friends and I had just left our night class at Chicago State University. We were on 95th at Halsted. For those of you unfamiliar with Chicago, this is the kind of neighborhood where if you get a flat tire, you do NOT stop. You just keep driving and buy a new wheel. I look over to the left, and Read more

Jan 16
4

GM’s magnetic ride control is a trick piece of military level engineering.  They lease it out to one of the high end Italians, because the Italian company doesn’t have the time, money or talent to develop on their own.  GM can do some things very well; they just need to get it all together.

Jan 16
30

My first Japanese car (1986 MR2 purchased in 1997 2000 Civic CX hatchback purchased in 2004) showed me that my previous love and evangelism of the quality and caliber of Volkswagens GM cars was based on ignorance and stupidity.

Jan 16
13

Mazda 6 and CX-5, that I could still enjoy driving with an automatic after being forced out of the 3 pedal club. Read more

Jan 16
45

My first Japanese car (1986 MR2 purchased in 1997) showed me that my previous love and evangelism of the quality and caliber of Volkswagens was based on ignorance and stupidity. 

Jan 16
20

I thought SUV’s were stupid and dumb waste of lumps of metal. Then I drove my 2005 Landcruiser off-road to 12000 feet. I cherish how reliable the old goat is. Never selling it. 300k miles here we come.

Jan 15
11

Thank you, and I mean this from the bottom of my heart...thank you for not making this a slide show

Jan 15
47

I just can’t respect a car enthusiast who didn’t buy their first car until they were 19. Any true gearhead has a vehicle by the time the are old enough to drive. Read more

Jan 15
27

Some enthusiasts get a late start because of things outside of their power. I didn’t get my first car until 18. Sure, I had a job, but the earnings from that job kept the lights on at home. When I finally was able to keep my money, I bought a beater 2001 Kia Rio as my first car. I still miss that thing. Read more

Jan 15
19

I probably could have swung it anyway, but instead I saved all my money from my job as a Commissary bagger to afford college living expenses that first year. Also, I didn’t get my license until senior year. My high school girlfriend had to drive me around (in her Mazda Protege ES 2.0—It was actually pretty great).

Jan 15
16

Stay strong!

Jason and I get made fun of all the time on YouTube for our hair (or lack thereof). “You look 15 and 45 at the same time” is a hilarious comment I get frequently on the platform (These comments are always written by guys. Why are guys weird about other guys’ bald heads?).

I’m not bothered in the least by Read more

Jan 15
1

how do you bolt up the rims square when the wheel is bent and the lug nut aren’t at the same angle? 

Jan 15
15

Ah yes! There is something so pure and connected about a cross country road trip. Just you, the car, a van full of support team, a lot of extra parts, thousands of dollars in funding from sponsors, a schedule and deliverables deadlines, and the open road. And it’s all a tax write off! 

Jan 15
5

Boy the Pacifica is a handsome van. It’s curious it doesn’t sell better. I guess it’s just another victim of the CUV craze.