So, I was at a corporate training today and we were standing around at break, and one of my coworkers pointed out the window and mentioned that we were now leasing some space in the building across the street as well. And I made the mistake of questioning why the architect would have done a building with a prominent…
Here’s Paul Gross and Leslie Nielsen
I believe it’s Belgian, ca. 1840s/1850s, but there are absolutely no markings of any kind. A few cosmetic blemishes, but seems to be in working order. For $20, why not?
This kind of ticks me off, I’ve been emailing back and forth with a sales manager at a classic car dealer regarding a 1990 Reliant Robin for about the past month and a half - I‘d make an offer, it would take a week to hear back, make a counter offer, take another week, then the communication just stopped. I found out…
As a veteran of dozens of training seminars, as both a presenter and participant, I know a terrible, cheesy, totally useless piece of garbage training material when I see one, and I think this bit for the (admittedly, quite attractive) Rover 800 Fastback takes the cake.
So glad they’re reissuing all this stuff on vinyl, my old copy presumably disappeared in a house move years ago.
Just a quick question, more for future reference than immediate action, but, are there any businesses in the United States that handle the entire importation process for bringing in a 25+ year old classic car from overseas, say, the UK to be specific?
I don’t know if anyone’s commented on this yet, but, with 2018 closed out, it seems Tesla has overtaken Lincoln and Cadillac to become the best selling domestic luxury marque in the US.
Just thought I’d mention that.
I wonder if he ever got his bike frame?
So, as some of you know, I recently bought a house, which means buying more stuff to fill the extra rooms I now have; as well as some renovations to make the place look less like I’m house sitting for some 80something empty nesters. And one thing has struck me - no matter where you go, Target, Wayfair, Amazon, local…
After a year of listing on and off, I finally had someone bite on Craigslist that 1) spoke coherent English, 2) wasn’t flaky, 3) could keep an appointment, and 4) actually showed up to look at the car.
We’ve heard a lot about the impending death of normal cars, in the face of the all-consuming onslaught of SUVs; accompanied by the revelation that Ford spent a shocking $1 billion on the Lincoln Continental, a car that sells primarily in two countries and has no direct mass volume equivalent for economies of scale.…
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...or horrifying. Maybe its both.
Or does anyone else find the sound of a hit-and-miss engine oddly relaxing?