Shift24
the-nope
12/4/19
7:06 PM
1

100% disagree. Risking the lives of many, while reckless and stupid, is absolutely not the same as being a serial killer.

11/25/19
4:12 PM
5

I don’t know why I’m a car guy ... I just always have been. There has never been a time that I wasn’t obsessed with vehicles. Virtually every toy I owned was a vehicle, or vehicle related. I loved Lego, but all I ever built were cars and trucks and garages and tools. I never cared for action figures, not even Lego Read more

11/25/19
12:47 PM
1

That’s what I thought, but I have so many things in my head-movies these days, I didn’t want to say definitively. 

11/22/19
3:08 PM
1

I totally agree. This thing will be more fun to drive too when corners come. While the S8L has the passenger comfort thing nailed, that long wheelbase is going to be felt with sporty driving. No amount of awd systems and sport tuned rear diffs can change physics.

11/18/19
11:31 AM
6

Hot take: if it wasn’t a Mustang, it would have a more practical body shape

11/15/19
11:22 AM
3

I wish they would separate mechanical reliability from tech reliability. Though both are annoying issues, only one typically leaves you stranded. I’m most interested to know what Alfa Romeo’s mechanical reliability is looking like...

11/15/19
9:59 AM
7

A hero doing the actual reporting that should have been in the article...

11/13/19
9:17 PM
1

I would certainly hope the guides would be replaced when everything was out. I’m guessing the engine had to come out for the trans swap so while things were accessible they did the chain. But yeah I’d be worth it to confirm that the guides were replaced since they are what wear out not the chain. 

11/7/19
1:52 PM
1

The buyer for this truck likely already has a 70k top of the line new truck and wants a clean old one to putz around in and reminisce.  I wouldn’t be surprised if they can get 23k for it.

11/7/19
1:03 PM
5

It’s in great shape, but they’re out of their goddamn minds.

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