wagonguy
wagon guy now drives a boostang
wagonguy
Nov 17 2016
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Don’t blame me! I’ve bought my last two cars new off the lot with manual transmissions, both Fords. Hell, I haven’t owned an automatic since 1993, and don’t intend to until they completely stop selling them around the world.

Oct 11 2016
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It’s worse than that. The single toll lane on loop 1 doesn’t go far enough to be useful, and anyone using it will just be stuck merging back in again... Several times...

Aug 29 2016
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Customized cars like this are a tough prospect at the best of times. You’re buying someone elses vision. Maybe for you it’s something you love, or something you feel you can build off of to make something even wilder. Read more

Aug 3 2016
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not saying it was impossible, just unusual. We had a Datsun B210 in the 70s that got traded for a Toyota Corolla in the 80s, but we live in Fort Wayne and there were a few more imports around. Of course for the Datsun my dad had to get on the waiting list and had a choice of white or wait for the next truckload when Read more

Aug 2 2016
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Growing up in Indiana in the 80's I can tell you for certain that we didn’t get or see a lot of Japanese imports. Outside of the bigger cities there were no foreign car dealers and the attitude was very much in favor of American steel. The smaller towns only had quick access to dealerships from the big three and if Read more

Jun 16 2016
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I learned to drive manual in the stick shift version of one of these. Despite the low HP rating, the manual version was engaging and fun to drive. I can only imagine this car to be it’s soulless brother. With that transmission crack pipe at any price...

May 23 2016
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This. America is totally boring on car colors now. This is why I got the brightest blue I could when I bought my current car, I was tired of black, white and beige...

Sep 14 2015
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When I lived in PA (20 years ago) the vehicle taxes and registration fees were cheap, and the inspection fee wasn’t too bad. I remember paying $24 for my PA registered car. Of course I was military and had an Illinois license while my wife drove a pickup with Texas plates...