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type35bugatti
5/16/19
9:56 AM
1

I wish. Just an alternate (worse) version of Lincoln Lawyer.  Maybe Cadillac Counsel?

5/16/19
9:43 AM
1

It’s good.  Not a masterpiece by any means, but it’s entertaining and fun.

5/14/19
11:50 AM
2

yur the definition of having no taste

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4/4/19
2:45 PM
1

I dunno I’ve done it three times now and only once in my own car. Every time was memorable, just a different experience. All were fun!

3/28/19
8:50 AM
1

It was the early 80's. Not unheard of, but not as common as it used to be. Wish he was still around, he was a phenomenal person and an awesome staff. 

3/28/19
12:17 AM
1

Sorry, should have labeled- it’s the pic of my son coming home in my 13 GTI I couldn’t get to post after my Dad’s SAAB 99. 

3/27/19
10:12 PM
1

I know what you mean, but it's not about preparing for a future purchase and instead about developing the skills. Once you learn to modulate the clutch you will have little trouble driving different cars. I learned to drive on a Suzuki Samurai and stalled it countless times while I learned. After I got the hang of it Read more

3/27/19
9:01 PM
1

My dad ran his family's bus company. My mother drove for a bit too. Another fun fact: my dad was my mom's bus driver.  Asked her out on the last day of school.

3/26/19
11:57 PM
1

Well when I was born the only vehicle my parents owned was a motorcycle, I was most likely brought home in my dad's work truck, a regular cab F150, probably the grey one.

3/26/19
9:03 PM
1

I don’t know... Fiat Uno or Opel Astra if it was one of my parents cars. But I’m not sure that’s the case. Some investigation is needed!