Does she also have a pair of Neon R/Ts? I said hi in traffic in brooklyn a year or so ago!
I think I saw you! I was hoping I’d see the lady with the SRT4-swapped woody, too.
I was amazed at the momentum you could feel, that you maybe didn’t exactly want anything bad to happen, but you wanted to be as close to anything going down as possible, as fast to post anything going down as possible. And that felt true whether or not you were egging a driver on, or if you were in the car yourself.
thanks man—my trusty old Canon 20D with my 24mm super tak. I rudely dropped the whole thing while walking and staring at a mini golf course I was about to do—the second time it’s been dropped in the years I’ve had it—and it ran like a tank as always.
A Swinger indeed.
What year was that?
Dumser’s remains my favorite-named location in OC
That is true, but a little more leniency where it matters and a little more organization to tone down the worst stuff happening in front of the least protected people would be wise, if it were me making the decisions.
That’s the other thing—it always seemed like the people who were getting pulled over were the ones who deserved it the least, and the ones who were doing the most never seemed to get caught.
Indeed. As per the actual car shit (and not the dustup with the cops that had a dude jumping into the bay) all of what I saw wasn’t particularly bad at all.
I drove it. We did not die. I think. This doesn’t look like heaven.
ride’s pretty good! seats aren’t too restrictive either.
I wish it did. The front looks good now but is gonna look so cheap in a few years. Like Shelby CSX cheap. Not that that’s a bad thing.
on a wet road it feels like the gas pedal has a hot line to the grim reaper, but more than that I can’t say. Also the front tires on a cold wet road feel exactly as solid and unyielding as I’m sure they are.
We tried to pull into a parking lot and the car tore the entire lot apart in front of it. It’s a hole now. The mustang destroys all in its path.
my first thought as well
more the latter, but partly out of fear. Driving a 300C SRT8 a few years back, if I ever needed to pull a u-turn on an empty street, I’d just let the back slide out. The GT350R does not feel happy and eager and big puppy like that, certainly at least on first acquaintance and with a low ride height and with carbon…
the level of driving talent required to make all of the gear in this thing necessary, or even a single step up from a previous level car is staggering. so much power, so much tire, so much everything.