patrickglace
Patrick Glace
patrickglace
Jun 24 2019
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Thanks for sharing that piece. This is so good: “We, as a society, eat the past and excrete it in new ways.”

Dec 11 2016
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Freddy, after the 1,100 mile trip, don’t you think it is likely you had a very minor chip that compromised the windshield in addition to the temperature change? Let’s hope so, at least, or you’re going to be the next Florida Man when insurance says you’re it for the second replacement.

Jul 19 2016
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Who didn’t ride behind the glass in Corvette as a kid? Did it in a C4 and C5...Now if we’re talking convertible or hardtop, that’s a different story.

Apr 15 2016
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Thanks for sharing. If you can trust the system, this seems like a solid alternative to trading in.

Apr 9 2016
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I’d really love to see a monthly payment calculator for L Certified or others...

Jan 17 2016
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Riding down the Mulsanne straight was the most awe-inspiring automotive moment for me. We did it a few days before race weekend, when we first pulled into town. But because we were with the European Corvette Club, we also got to do a “Tour de Piste” lap of the track, just before the start of race.

Jan 6 2016
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A fellow Brosnan fan, as well. I didn’t even mind his affair with BMW.

Nov 3 2015
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I’m in this scenario now. I bought a Saab 900 as a daily, however, it really should be a project. It gets me to and from work just fine, but I’m not able to fix its foibles and keep it on duty Mon.-Fri. without issue.

Sep 30 2015
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The only thing I can’t believe in this column is that you will be buying a Toyota.

Sep 17 2015
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The Brosnan years were some of my favorite. Nothing like watching a 355 and Aston duke it out.

Aug 30 2015
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If you are buying this car thinking it will cost you the same as a new 5 series, financed over 72 months, these articles aren’t for you. What Tavarish is offering is an alternative to a new, less exclusive car for the discerning buyer who understands that used cars require maintenance. Read more

Aug 22 2015
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I agree. For my wife and I the real problem is crippling student loans, not car payments. Great write-up.

Aug 22 2015
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As someone who is currently using Dave’s debt-free model, this article re-affirms one of my qualms: What is the cost of enjoying life responsibly? For me, cars occupy a tremendous amount of my daily brain power and life is short.