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mistermic
12/9/19
11:33 AM
125

Plus, there’s zero chance Jezebel would take a charitable tone toward a woman doing this if she were smaller than Lizzo.

11/15/19
12:15 PM
2

1973 is more attractive, but lacks the 12V diesel option

11/15/19
11:16 AM
1

I spent many of my formative years in a ‘76 Club Cab. Can confirm.

11/15/19
9:56 AM
6

I would argue that Dodge made the biggest year-to-year improvement for a vehicle when they updated their trucks from ‘93 to ‘94. Not only did they look better, they changed pickup truck styling FOREVER. Trucks weren’t just rectangles stacked on top of each other anymore: they could look good and be thoughtfully Read more

11/15/19
9:02 AM
10

Came to say exactly THIS.  Chrysler was so f’d back then that even their most profitable vehicles were anachronistic crap.

11/15/19
8:55 AM
12

Last of the "low rider" pickups, which is why I like it.

11/15/19
8:43 AM
51

The automotive design language probably changed more between 1993 and 1997 than it did between 1977 and 1993 😂

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10/21/19
8:42 PM
45

I’d also add that the other “fake record” you are talking about was in a CUSTOMER car. Not just a production car, but one that was already bought and taken delivery of.

9/24/19
10:33 AM
1

I don’t have a cabin yet, but in the next 5 years I will buy the land, hopefully 30+ acres (I am in Bmore, so probably WV or maybe rural PA) and then hopefully build a primitive cabin to be used for camping/hunting then work on a bigger main cabin with electric and water as time and money allow. My kids are young so I Read more

9/24/19
8:04 AM
1

Oooh, Cabin in the Woods is my favorite “horror” film. 

9/23/19
10:18 PM
404

“Don’t break into someone’s house and then shoot him” doesn’t seem like an especially impossible standard.

9/23/19
2:37 PM
54

Great David vs Goliath story, except it isn’t clear which is which. Tesla now sells more cars than Porsche. Porsche has been around a long time and makes vast amounts of money selling cars. Tesla, not so much. But Tesla is the Goliath of EV production while Porsche is the startup.