In the spirit of this dumb joke, they should have made a luxury Avenger to take market share from people who want posh Nissans. Create an Avenger-Infiniti War.
OK, I’ll ask: what’s with the hair?
On the rotor itself, I’m bothered exactly ZERO amount since the pads will remove it within the 1st brake press.
However, the rust on the area between wheel and the rotor irks me to no end. There’s no reason for that area to rust on a mid to high end vehicles.
What about no ?
You’re just wrong. Bumpers are hideous and photos of them should only exist to remind us of the horrors of the past so we don’t repeat those mistakes. You have insurance. You don’t need bumpers.
I’ve never heard Extrudehone mischaracterized so inaccurately as to call it “cleaning”. And that is probably the root of the power improvement doubts.
His hair plugs are pretty convincing.
I know that Stewart had celebrities promoting films and the like on. But did he ever have racing drivers?
Never has this pic been more appropriate:
Railing against street racing except when doing fluff stories about street drifters and car culture that revolves around dangerous activity on public roads as well as modifications that make vehicles less safe and pollute more! ;)
Not that I like fake shitty “Reality Shows”...nor that there isn’t a high level of giant tools in this particular portion of the car world, nor do I not think that actual street racing is bad. However...
The websites formerly controlled by Gawker, “Street Outlaws shouldn’t be on TV.”
That’s all it is honestly. Craving attention for publicity because he is putting out an album.
Can we get Paul Anka’s guarantee?
Jalopnik pointing out proofreading mistakes. Ain’t that the pot calling the kettle black?
Wow, that’s a bucket list event, for sure.
A point about the Studebakers you’ve shown: Those are Starlight coupes, not Starliners. That style of Starliner was introduced in 1953 and does not have a B pillar. The cars in your photos above have B pillars, which makes them 1954 or later Starlight coupes. Studebaker needed…
Which is why I will not turn my AdBlocker off no matter how much pestering I get. When this site gets back to authors interacting with their readership and F1 articles that aren’t clickbait crap, Jalopnik may resume annoying me with poorly-algorithmed ads that take something I’ve randomly searched for once and turn it…
“But how can you claim to be a series that produces the most well-rounded, competitive drivers if you’re discarding an entire category of racing?”