I do love the E39 M5, not that that’s exactly a hot take.
Awesome 1951 White WC-22 semi with matching trailer, just recently sold at Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas (although they incorrectly list it as a White 3000). This is very cool.
And that includes a Mack semi truck with a low-load trailer equipped with full lights and sirens.
Here’s a 1 of 500 Jaguar XJR 100.
My god this thing must’ve looked dated in ‘95.
After my frustrations regarding my most-watched YouTube video getting blocked completely due to some random music copyright claim(after having been up more than a year with no issues), I followed several of your suggestions and filed a fair use complaint. I never got any sort of reply, but I’m pleased to say my video…
Why is the idea of making a rational, sensible purchase of a reliable vehicle so terrifyingly difficult for me?
My most popular video, which has been up for over a year, just had a copyright claim filed against it this month. I had AC/DC on the radio (which I do a lot as they’re one of my favorite bands) and I guess whatever production company licenses them has been cracking WAY down on copyright claims because all of my videos…
All of it has taken place during my 4 years on Oppo, so many of you know this story.
Especially considering it was below freezing with the roads already treated (we’re between snowfalls). First up was this ‘85 Saab 900, in pretty good condition.
There’s only one other car I know of with a roof pillar that big...
And you’re welcome.
2005 Subaru Legacy STI Wagon. I found it last year in Wellington, and running the plate through New Zealand’s version of CarFax shows that it is indeed a factory STI. Only problem is, I can’t seem to find a damn thing on them online, save for this old Oppo post. Anybody got any good resouces on them or know anything…
This happened to be at an Advanced Auto Parts, but it could easily have been an Autozone, O’Reilly, etc.
One of the few options for Americans wishing to purchase a diesel-powered coupe.