twochevrons
twochevrons
twochevrons
Jan 7 2017
1

Drop that engine, so long as it doesn’t compromise our Purity of Essence.

Jul 21 2016
7

I bought a ‘87 944 turbo with 10K original miles on it for $20K back in 2001. Judging by the numbers these days, had I not driven it, it might be worth twice as much as what I bought it for if I had never driven the thing. Read more

Jul 21 2016
75

Who cares what people do with the piles of plastic and metal and rubber they decided to turn their money into? Read more

Jul 21 2016
26

What a sad life you have where your metric of pleasure is measured out in money. “wasting precious miles” is perhaps the most tragic, melancholy thing I’ve ever read when hearing someone talk about a car. Read more

Jul 21 2016
12

While your statement is a true statement regarding my ownership of a classic, hoarding them does prevent me from seeing them in the wild. There's a certain happiness that comes with running into a nice car in public. We are depraved of that if they're all treated as investments rather than cars.

Jul 21 2016
7

That's not a car. That's an investment. Calling it a car implies that it will perform the functions of a car.

May 3 2016
3

Exactly! Republicans and Fiscal Conservatives want to privatize everything they can when it comes to city services, tollways, towing and impound lots, parking meters, power plants, garbage, prisons, health care, etc. claiming that there is too much bureaucracy and cost involved when we allow “Big Government” yet it is Read more

May 3 2016
5

It’s a matter of proper implementation. The way as described by Doug is clearly the wrong way. Read more

Apr 22 2016
3

Don’t borrow. If you have to borrow, then make sure you return it spotlessly, white-glove, eat-off-of-it clean. If your are borrowing a power tool, make sure you return it clean, and sweeten the deal by buying the owner an accessory that they do not already have. Or rent. Or buy. But don’t borrow.
Because eventually, Read more

Mar 31 2016
37

You can’t state with certainty that the female passenger or even the male driver were wanted for a crime, suspected of committing one or even committed one in the first place. In regards to that there’s literally zero information presented on that, and it appears that authorities have exactly as much information to go Read more

Mar 14 2016
5

It’s amazing to me that you think Citroen is more defined by a 2-door V6 coupe codeveloped with Maserati and on sale in limited numbers for only 5 years.

Feb 1 2016
79

I love these kinds of stories because every single time I hear of a “Damn BMW” / “Damn Mercedes” / “Damn VW” story it’s always someone that bought a car that was an abused piece of junk for too much money to begin with that had tons of screaming red flags they ignored. Read more

Jan 21 2016
6

Why don’t we take a page from Finland and actually teach kids how to recover from loss of control?