It’s mostly just paint damage, but still.
I’m not driving in this. They said it would be less than an inch and it wouldn’t stick to the roads. I know I could handle it, but nobody else here has a clue how to drive in snow. Guess I’ll need to wait until tomorrow to go...
First time in my life I’ve seen snow on my birthday. I just wish the sleet would go away and we could get back to the fun stuff.
I think I’m going to treat myself for my birthday (This Friday) by buying a ticket for this. I may only show up on Saturday, but I wanna know who to root for if there are any Opponauts involved.
What does “original miles” even mean? How can you put unoriginal miles on a car?
Given truly infinite time, and staying within the known laws of physics, what is the probability that anything will never happen? I can’t imagine that there’s ANY chance of something never happening on an infinite timeline, no matter how outlandish it seems. But at the same time, as long as life as we know it is still…
This is my dad’s new-to-him Fiesta from Carvana. It’s not an ST, but it’s still adorable and sporty all in one, and that’s always a great combination.
My girlfriend got his old car, the blue Kia Spectra there, as soon as he picked up the Fiesta. It’s not as exciting, but she loves it. She still calls it my dad’s car,…
This is the second video of mine that has been offered a licensing deal, and this time it’s going to be a 50/50 split of revenue instead of a flat $100. (I was supposed to also get a share of revenue for that one, too, but Break never did anything with it. I should have taken the $200 offer instead.)
Last Monday, I got a flat on the work truck. Today, while I’m waiting for it to get replaced so I can have a spare again, the other driver hit a bump and the rear window exploded. Now I’m terrified of the little 3-inch crack on the windshield of mine.
This is why you don’t do it. Fun fact, though: in Georgia, it’s technically legal if you pass one car at a time. Passing on the right is permitted as long as there is sufficient pavement for two or more lanes of traffic. The shoulder IS pavement, and therefore WOULD count as sufficient for a lane. The only other…
I’m trying to recreate my first car. Got a pink paint pen that pretty closely resembles the faded red, so that’s cool. Mostly, all that’s left is the black accents.
If anyone else is as lame as I am, here’s my code:
I was going to work on Monday when it suddenly dropped into neutral. It took 20 minutes to get back into gear, and I bought some new tranny fluid and an additive, but it still hasn’t come back to normal. So now it has a bad tranny, bad power steering, and a bad head gasket. It would be cheaper to replace than to fix…
Okay, hear me out. This is a really good song. I thought it was Dolly Parton at first. A couple months ago, during the Gambler 500, I was just flipping through the radio when this suddenly came on, in rural Tennessee, while driving through the mountains. It was PERFECT.
It can turn into a cat.
Recently, I saw the license plate RAP1272. Looks a bit like “rapists.” Not quite, though.... but there’s probably a RAP1575 out there, and nine other RAP157_ tags. And then the RAP127_ ones, too. Not to mention the thousand RAP3___ ones out there.
Someone had a blowout right next to my work truck. It was so loud, I thought I was hit. Turns out I was partly right:
Skate 3 is backwards compatible..... except not really. Apparently I can’t use the disk. I would need to buy it again digitally.
Not including fasteners and wires and whatnot, what is the oldest part design that is still used today exactly as it was years ago? I ask this because my Escort’s door lock thingies are identical to those on trucks 15-or-so years newer, possibly even current gen, and I don’t know how long they were used before the…
Now it’s faster.