You underestimate my tolerance for pain. :D
The only real one I know of is the “GT 50%”
That’s basically where I am. I love cars that look unique. I don’t care how unreliable or impractical they are. I have things like a first gen Audi TT and oddballs like a Yugo on my bucket list.
It was Edmunds! They apparently did two tests. One was with the aforementioned teardrop
More like XSWB
That’s a hot rod of a plane if I’ve ever seen one. xD
But...but, the i3 is physically a bigger car and has a much better interior! :D
I’m still trying to find it, but I recall a couple years ago a magazine tested a Model X’s towing abilities with a 1,500 lb teardrop trailer. This thing was the tiny kind you’d see behind offroaders or motorcycles that you can only lay down in. Even with that tiny trailer that wasn’t even taller than the X their range…
YES! I would totally drive that mule just for the giggle factor. It’s like one of those smart fortwo “bodykit” photoshops:
I’m back to jonesin bad for a Yugo and now for a Buell as well. I have no idea why I want a Yugo so much right now...but I’m somewhat glad pretty much everyone is asking total crack pipe prices for them.
Oooh I’m jealous! :) I’ve legit been looking for a Yugo for just under a year to be my offroad/Gambler 500 rig and the prices of these things are routinely disappointing me.
Holy crap it’s nearly doubled in views since I looked at it!
That’s a huge problem in the motorcycle industry in general. For the price of a new Grom you can find yourself a well cared for CBR that’ll still beat just about any car on the roads.
My first bike was a Blast. Despite all the little issues it had, it was the only bike I ever regret selling. I still dream of having every main model of Buell.
In fairness, Buell did the best they could with within the tight constraints Harley had them in. HD repeatedly tried to make Buell the “starter brand” where people would buy a Buell then move up to the big boy Harleys. Mind you, HD’s CEO (who didn’t even ride motorcycles) also hated Buell and questioned why anyone…
This was a dumb project from the start and with so many red flags you’d think we were in Soviet Russia. Like, so many things could have gone catastrophically wrong with this one. Even ignoring that, the drive couldn’t have been anything resembling good. I’m pretty sure this entire trip broke all the Geneva Conventions…
*Takes $20 and keys, leaves Jeep.*
but your daunting trips to Moab prove time and time again that most people give up on cars far too quickly.
They’re exceedingly rare in my area (I see more vintage COEs than CAT trucks) but they do seem to exist. They look pretty handsome!
It has 4.6k unique views, so something tells me that Kinja’s SEO strikes again!