Potholes are really hard on boats. How did we ever let Lake Michigan get so bad?
how 2 desine hott new chevy sedn
Still the best riding car I’ve never been in
A lovely 1962 Jaguar Mark II. Besides being a very pretty thing, its price has actually appreciated over the years and will likely continue to do so, unlike many of the other choices here.
Loved the more technical view also:
JESUS! YES THIS ^ THIS RIGHT HERE^. The level of dumbfuckery does nothing but rise on our roads because of the minimal training people have to go through to obtain AND KEEP a license.
So sorry to hear that, I love this country but it is so unfair sometimes. Anybody who suggests that socialized medicine is a bad thing needs to think long and hard about their morals. We are all human beings. We all deserve high quality, affordable healthcare. I wish half of this country was not so selfish and stuck…
Explosions ruin them more.
But NASCAR almost always goes to the left.
And on that bombshell, it's time for Top Gear to end.
You violated Godwin's Law on the second comment. You lose.
Well, I can't help you find a job but if by any chance the company you work for is Land & Sea, then perhaps you could help me find somebody who can can help me and my boss figure out how to setup our used engine dyno we just bought. In return, I can promise to ship you a case of your favourite snacks. Or maybe my Abba…
It's yellow, like this one.
This is why ALL of my smaller jets are Gulfstreams.
According to Iain's study, which is entitled "Comparative perceptions of driver ability," a whopping 80 percent of drivers believe that they are "better than average." Let's think about that for a second. Eighty percent. Believe they are better than average. Extrapolate this out a bit, and you're confronted with a…
I can see the headline now
*smokes a joint at 11:30 pm*. "I think I will take some pictures of my car and post it on Craigslist".
reminds me of those roadside motels in Brazil. each one had a theme to them. presumably for porno.
Guys, stop. Please. Slow your roll a tad.
First off, the idea that it takes twice as long is silly. A competent shop can do it in similar time. Higher times, yes, but not double. That is flat silly. Aluminum body parts have been around a long time. Second, grossly different labor rates are likewise silly. Perhaps…