“This little automotive fetish was all kicked off by Mike Finnegan’s original Vette Hack in Hot Rod Magazine nearly a decade ago.”
My first thought was “WTF were they thinking?!”
Damn, that kid now has a permanent scar from this.
Look at how far we have come: I am leaning toward believing Iran on this one. The US has lost all credibility with the rest of the world. John Bolton wants a war with Iran so bad, he dreams about it every night. And Fuckface von Clownstick (Thanks JS) knows his pole numbers are grim, and a war might just be the thing…
I’m still waiting for anyone to explain why the US is “investigating” or really doing anything in relation to the tanker attacks, as they were both non-US ships attacked by non-US assailants in a non-US territory.
Whichever lie will get you to the polls.
We might hear about Prius owners ICEing new HUMMERs.
Toyota's actually been doing this for quite a while now.
The only modifications I would do is take the concave off the hump...instead color the entire hump on the new one in that color(blue) and run the curve down the back side of the hump and down to the mid-stripe at the aft of the plane....and then take off the boomerang on the vertical stabilizer, so its just a white…
is quite well-loved, even after 57 years of service, since the Kennedy Administration.
You wanna know what the best thing about tweels will actually be?
Really weird to overlook how the Germans really went whole hog on the concept...even though it didn’t win the wars for them obviously.
Can you really call 14" guns superguns when the Germans had 31.5" guns?
Concrete is porous. Anything you do to the surface will not affect material (oil) which already migrated to a location under the surface. Time, and gravity, will eventually allow most of it to sink lower, lowering the discoloration. However, you can beat it at its own game. A really runny slurry of cement will cap…
Y’know, most days the Internet just makes me sad, but then someone like you comes along and redeems the it by showing that it can really be a source of knowledge and good. Declan Hackett wins the Internet!
The early Renaults like the 1900 model you show used a thermosiphonic cooling system; there’s no water pump. Instead, the temperature difference between the hot water in the block and the cold water in the exposed radiator creates enough circulation by convection to transfer the heat.
Hey, just an FYI, you didn’t drive “Summit Point” (referring to their main circuit). You drove Shenandoah, which is much smaller/tighter. Worth updating the article as only cracking 100 on Summit Main would make the car Miata-slow.
“A hulking classic Charger at Le Mans actually happened.”
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