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tohrurokuno
Dec 23
60

As an old geezer who was a teenage car nerd in the 80’s, please let me explain the phenomenon of stashing turbo Buicks as future collector cars that was rampant in 1986-1987. In the mid 1980’s, the automotive world was firmly ensconced in that fuzzy, depressing state called the Malaise Era. Cars were slow. Really Read more

Nov 21
12

Guy couldn’t even tell us the colour of the boathouse at Hereford. 

Nov 21
29

I recently re-watched Ronin for the first time in a long time, and I had forgotten just how good and how beefy the car chases are in that film. Solid film with some really great car action.

Nov 16
45

Now I don’t work in marketing, but ragging on the people most likely to be able to afford your product seems counter-intuitive. Read more

Nov 16
7

Ignoring the community part of Oppo that definitely wouldn’t be replicated in r/cars at Reddit, the inability to post photos in comments is a deal breaker.

Nov 16
12

Probably a more specific, Jalopnik centered, sense of community? It’s existed all this time with Reddit also existing so people found something good about it. 

Nov 15
2

California’s CHP had Fox body Mustangs for ages.  There’s even a documentary about CHP motorcycle cops (where are you gonna put a perp on one of those?).  I think it was called CHiPs.

Nov 14
1

Agreed. Honestly, at this rate, I’d rather let them shit out the digital copy and release the physical 3 months later and I’d wait for that.

Nov 14
19

Why in the hell wouldn’t I just buy the base model and do an aftermarket update that unlocks all that for next to nothing? Read more

Jun 19 2018
10

It seems like Jeep has always been owned by an auto manufacturer who can’t afford to actually be an auto manufacturer. It took the 4-door Wrangler to make Jeep rich enough to finally prop up its parent company.

Oct 17 2017
6

There’s a world of retro games out there, if you haven’t dipped your toe in yet. We’re replaying Parasite Eve in the spirit of Halloween (even though it’s set at Christmas)—it’s fantastic, and not a micro transaction in sight! Read more

Oct 17 2017
42

I need to get a new hobby, one that doesn’t involve micro transactions and dlc.

May 1 2017
3

Seeing the Roadmaster sedan (and wagon) and Olds Custom Cruiser in that condition and knowing that they are becoming increasingly rare hurts my heart a little bit. I can only hope that they were hopeless heaps before they ended up there. Still a petty awesome event though, would love to join something like this myself!