The dude just pulled over to enjoy a smoke, and the woman naturally appeared out of nowhere, drawn to the sexy car that she can’t keep her hands off of. Read more
The only right answer is: do BOTH! Buy an engine to drop in, then rebuild the one you’ve got. You know you’re going to end up with another Jeep to drop it in. Read more
I’m not gonna vote on this one, because I think we need a third option now. This one isn’t quite a ‘nice price,” but it’s not “crack pipe,” either. I’d call it, “We’re not that far off.” Read more
I used to live a mile or two from an AM transmitter, and every once in a while the baseball game could be heard from our bathroom heat duct. Read more
Probably not the only mid-engine made at Ford.
But cars last a lot longer than they used to. A 6 year loan isn’t crazy if you’re going to keep the car for 10 or 12 years. The last new pickup I bought, I had for 21 years. Read more
That’s a standard (not a Mach 1) interior. My hunch is that this car started life as a base model fastback, and someone has altered it cosmetically to give it the Mach1 outward appearance. The VIN would reveal for sure. Read more
I really like the idea of the Gladiator. But they waited so long to make it that I bought a used 2011 4WD Ranger instead. My Ranger has 55k on it now. I’m not going to get rid of my Ranger for something with a smaller bed and two extra doors that I don’t need. Read more
Am I the only one who hates the rear doors on that custom Ford? I’d love to see what would happen if they had switched them left-to-right and made them suicide doors. I’ll bet they’d look a lot better, as the lines from the rear of the front door and the front of the rear door would line up with each other. Read more
If you’re the car buyer, who do you even sue? The car had those features when you drove it off the lot, and it wasn’t the dealer who removed them ... yet the dealer is the one who promised you those features. Dealer’s defense is ‘we didn’t remove those features that were there at the time of the sale.’ If you sue… Read more
The wedge shape is clearly inferior to the graceful curves of the 1940 Ford pickup.
“And one or two asked that if the grille was used to grill breakfast why wasn’t it used to grill dinner and why not call it the dinner?” Because it’s on the FRONT of the truck, and breakfast comes FIRST. The spare tire on the rear is dinner.