I wish. Just an alternate (worse) version of Lincoln Lawyer. Maybe Cadillac Counsel?
It’s good. Not a masterpiece by any means, but it’s entertaining and fun.
Manufacturing Concorde at BAC’s works at Filton, Bristol, 1967.
yur the definition of having no taste
Carroll Shelby approves.
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!
I met up with Jordan and daender at the Tail of the Dragon on Friday afternoon. Fun was had and I went for a surprisingly car-related hike in the woods before heading home on Saturday.
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.
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.
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…
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.
Yes, Millennium Yellow.
Would’ve been an 85 Chevy Astro, AFAIK.
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.
From the hospital? A Geo Metro hatch.
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!
A red MK3 Jetta VR6 with a manual.
First one I literally drove home since I was learning to drive: 2002 Dodge Caravan