oldestyoungn
oldestyoungn
oldestyoungn
Jun 19 2014
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To be clear, I didn't go to just any drag strip. The drag strip I chose is located in the rural Southeast town of Commerce, Georgia (motto: "World's Largest Selection of Calvin Peeing Decals!"), home to approximately 6,500 residents and 47,000 cans of Skoal. Seriously: this is the kind of place where the most popular Read more

Jun 18 2014
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DeLorean. It really could have gotten somewhere. I can see it now... a perfect brushed metal 918/LaFerrari/P1 competitor...

Jun 17 2014
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Sorry. I'm homeschooled (since 8th by choice; it's overall better) so the friends I have are my extent of social interaction. Combine that without living near anyone 80% of my life and I tend to value the precious 3 or so hours with friends. Not to mention hella busy at home and moving 7 times in my life. Read more

Jun 17 2014
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Early this past winter (2013) my parents bought a 2013 Mazda3 iSport and drove home with it. I babysat all day without knowing their whereabouts. When they got home at midnight thry sent me out and I was very very excited. Read more

Jun 17 2014
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It'd be a great argument, but I'd never get past the friends corelating the video with the car.

Jun 17 2014
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I no longer want an Abarth. People will see it and be like "oh it's that car" like with the Soul.

Jun 17 2014
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I image this is what being on drugs is like when watching a completely innocent video.

Jun 17 2014
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Some magical guy on Reddit stabilized it. Search on Oppo/Jalopnik and you may find the link.

May 30 2014
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Add this to the Series.Blue with it's fake STi stickers and you'd have as close to STi as you can get with warranty not voided.

May 29 2014
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I actually think it looks decent and respect the amount of work on this and the power it's generating.

May 29 2014
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It's the same reason why I hate roller coasters. The biggest hurdle to get over– besides going a million miles an hour, death-defying plummets, and inverting the entire car train on occasion –is the necessity to surrender everything to the machine's ability to perform as designed. In other words, "trust". It's much Read more