$1.30 to realize that pogo sticks are not for you? Seems like a decent deal.
I’m loving the second gen Supra. The earlier Celica Supras don’t get much love but they deserve it. 😀
Personally I don’t care for Harleys.. I do like vintage American bikes (including harley) and 80s-90 Japanese sport bikes. The reason post 1980 Harleys have no appeal to me is very simple... They are loud just to be loud. A loud modifed car I don't mind but why does a stock harley have to be as loud as a 1973 Chevy… Read more
The a70 was a spectacular looking car with an excellent engine. The turbo engine merely had incorrect head torque specifications. Once you correct that the stock 7mgte bottom end can handle 500+ hp.
I have a soft spot (in my head) for them as well. I had a 94 lumina it wasn’t the quickest although it felt decent for the time but it was smooth, reliable, and could be pushed farther in the twisties than most people would have believed. Not that it was quick or great handling it was just better than expected. Read more
Not what I meant. I thought I said they did. I implied that on the western front (not the Soviets) the frontline female fighters (that are dressed like women) were usually resistance forces. The lady in the video wasn’t wearing a uniform and between that and the language and accent, so +I figured she was from serving… Read more
.Yeah... I totally forgot about the Soviets. I know that the Soviet forces had mixed in with most units. For some reason, my brain saw the US uniforms and just thought western front for the video. Then I neglected to mention the fact that Soviet women served in frontline companies.
I remember seeing a festiva with a Mazda B6T engine in a sport compact car magazine. (I loved SCC magazine.) it was quick and very cool. These would fit an ecoboost 1 6/2.0 very easily for a modern take on that car.
Just cosplay a white guy! :p
Back in the day, a self-manufactured vehicle in Indiana had to pass emissions only once! My neighbor who built my Dad’s farm truck in 1988 installed 4 junkyard catalytic converters (using exhaust clamps) to pass the test and get a title. Once he got it home they all came back off and he welded in the pipe.
My father had a Chevy truck with a ‘68 cab, a ‘92 bed, a ‘75 frame, and a straight six and transmission from “God knows where” and “the neighbor’s back yard” respectively. It also had a 1 ton rear end with additional helper springs and obe of those bolt on dually conversions. The dually fenders were just screwed on...… Read more