My S600 was pretty good this year, but she was in the shop for about a month after I hit a tire on the interstate. The total for that repair was over $9000, but insurance covered all of it. I’m planning on having the ABC valve blocks rebuilt in the spring along with other general maintenance but if I’m not mistaken…
The 1993-1999 Cadillac Deville - I mean, it was a long, plush luxury sedan with a traditionally expansive hood. RWD would have been highly appropriate, they wouldn't have needed to change anything stylistically.
I tried to let my 6’3 friend drive my Alfa Spider. He couldn’t get his legs under the steering wheel to reach the pedals. That’s how I knew he was too big for the car.
I think that’s more true for people who know cars. To the untrained eye, even older Jags look expensive.
Welcome to the year 1993. The 126 went out of production two years ago.
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500SEL, because Motorweek had to field a 400E to give the others a fair chance.
The Martin Stationette was pitched as the American economy car of the future. It was supposed to make our lives better, our roads clearer, but only one prototype was ever built. That’s probably for the best. On this week’s episode of Jason Drives (I am writing the post for it because Jason is off doing stupid shit in…
Part of the plushness is the sidewall, removing tire sidewall ruins the ride.
1993-96 Cadillac Fleetwood, the last of the big RWD Caddies.
If you don’t agree, you’re a communist.
I laughed so hard when I saw that. When I saw that it was an S65 I instinctively though about the impending ABC clusterfuck.
Just a couple fuses! Bahahaha 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
I’ve been unofficially boycotting Chick-Fil-A for the past 5 years because they aren’t open Sundays.