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tomforhan
1/20/19
9:03 PM
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Sorry for the late reply, but that’s in Indonesia. Similar versions sold under different names throughout SE Asia.

7/5/18
11:12 AM
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Dump the chicken tax! Much more interesting truckish vehicles could come into the US market just when sedans are dying. Of course, they would compete with the US brands which are putting all their bets on the aforementioned truckish vehicles. So it won’t happen. 

6/9/18
12:53 AM
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Love the Super Cub! I ride a 2008 Honda Supra X 125

6/1/18
7:32 PM
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Thank you for reminding me of the worst car my dad ever owned, a 1958 Hillman Minx drophead convertible. And oh, it was left hand drive.

4/12/18
12:52 PM
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All very cool, but you could by the nicest Gen 6 Suburban on the market and still have cash in the bank. Hagerty is saying those Suburbans are heating up right now too. The Ford will be an orphan, and with a questionable new paint job its kinda scary too.

4/11/18
9:47 AM
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No, they did not. Housing code enforcement people (not police) just showed up and left a 10 day removal notice on my front door. Read more

4/10/18
9:15 PM
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This is pretty common in Maryland. Caught me decades ago when I bought an inop VW Vanagon Syncro and neigbors complained. Got a bunch of friends together and parted it out over a weekend, and in that way it lives on. But it was sad.

4/6/18
5:52 PM
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Actually, I’d be interested in a list of scary movies that most people do watch to the end. There is some art in that too.

1/24/18
3:30 PM
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I see 181s all the time in Bali, the locals say they were built there, all are right hand drive like these Thai things. Some companies run tours with them, but they aren’t called Things or 181s, but “VW Jeeps”.

1/21/18
11:59 AM
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Hmmm...look at the very distinctive and chrome spare tire retainer on this 1929 Stutz phaeton. Identical to the one in the old photos, really stands out in all three. The recent pictured car is a dual cowl model, but otherwise looks similar, including hubcap/wheels etc. Thoughts?

1/8/18
3:30 PM
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Those early ones you really want the manual, so thats a plus. Lo miles, if year. Yes it needs to be gone through, like totally, every increment but for a garage project this would be good. Of course you have to totally disassemble it to get the paint job right, but you’ve got another bay in the garage for the parts Read more

1/8/18
1:25 PM
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“If you embrace death and the endless monotony of suburbia, however, cool.” Read more

1/4/18
8:54 PM
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Nice history, though didn’t expect to be taken literally. I was there too, National Science Foundation staff when we used ARPANET between agencies and a few universities, then took over the civilian side, and supported the development of Mosaic. At that point (1994?) is was deployed to every desktop in the building. Read more

1/3/18
10:02 PM
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For more insight into the Rockford Scanner, check out the owner’s personal website. I especially like the music section, though the Near Death Experience tab also set a new standard for the Internets.

1/3/18
9:44 PM
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I was thinking 1989, but really need an Internet archaeologist on the scene.

12/30/17
5:02 PM
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Looks like the whole staff switched to real names this year...a pity.

12/30/17
5:00 PM
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Thanks for another year of fun, and I enjoyed the stats, though it left me wondering which vehicle was the Least Popular. Also impressed that you chose vehicles that in toto came to a MOL even split between NP and CP. Thanks again.