Pinks1ip
pinks1ip
7/20/17
1:44 AM
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Good point. If anything, we are giving special terminology to a few models with especially rearward engines- 911s mostly. Read more

7/19/17
12:22 PM
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Back in high school, I worked at an auto boutique and we sold a popular Ferrari t-shirt that read something like “We will never build an SUV.” and it featured three Ferrari models under the text. Read more

7/19/17
12:18 PM
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Even though that model is clearly gay, I bet he still sleeps with more women than me. :-/

7/19/17
12:03 PM
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These look fun. I’d drive it til the 12A blew (wouldn’t be my first experience destroying a 12A), then replace the rotary with some kinda V6. This would be a hoot as a Surfboard Utility Vehicle.

7/19/17
11:56 AM
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That’s why you use a phone to call the seller and discuss $1,500 first.

7/17/17
5:42 PM
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Why? There is absolutely nothing in that entire video that indicated hipster bro deserved anyone “on his side.” Read more

7/17/17
2:17 PM
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That is a shit ton of speculation. And given that the Lyft rep said this didn’t happen on the Lyft platform, I’m confident in saying you’re wrong from the start.

7/16/17
1:32 PM
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Didn’t Yamaha lose a lawsuit because the R6 didn’t actually rev to 17,000? I had a 2006 and remember something about it only revving to 16,600 or something, despite what the tach showed.

7/16/17
1:17 PM
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No, that is for making speed holes, not intake vents. Amateur!

7/14/17
8:12 PM
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Sooooo many people buy a bike, buy the gear, get insurance, and take the course, only to have a small spill leaving a driveway 6 months later and then dump the bike and gear on Craigslist. If the first time you dump your bike is all it takes to stop riding, you shouldn’t start in the first place.

7/13/17
2:58 PM
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Apparently, my MIL once used the scrubby (green) side of a dish sponge to remove tree sap that had dripped all over the hood of her car. Read more

7/13/17
12:22 PM
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This is a good example (granted, not a recent one) of what this article should have referenced. Arguing that women can race cars should use examples of women successfully racing against men, not simply operating a race car. Read more

7/11/17
8:09 PM
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Is there a state that requires sealed containers to be transported outside of the cabin? At least in CA, I’m pretty sure you can have sealed containers in the passenger compartment with you.

7/11/17
8:07 PM
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Yep, the booze has to be in the bed. I believe a locked compartment in the cab is acceptible in most states, too. So you could have a small bottle in the glove box, as long as the glove box is locked. Read more

7/11/17
7:36 PM
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Exactly. So if a car “doesn’t HAVE anything but a passenger compartment” (read: only has a passenger compartment), then it must NOT have a “trunk nor the area behind the last upright back seat of a station wagon, hatchback, or similar vehicle...”  Read more

7/11/17
3:18 PM
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For $133k, those tires better last the entire length of my lease!

7/11/17
1:51 PM
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What if your car doesn’t HAVE anything but a passenger compartment looks at Miata Read more

7/10/17
8:34 PM
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I always know when I come to any Gawker site, that I’ll always see a comment blaming the man and absolving the woman in any case where that’s possible. Read more