Looking at the tropical storm (former hurricane) sliding its way up the East Coast, I’m guessing lots of rain delays are in store.
The culprit is almost always an old woman.
I always thought it was a turtle. Still not convinced otherwise, actually.
Along the same lines as the douche who lugs a camera bag and a couple of DSLR’s to a new car show on the opening Saturday, thinks he’s Ansel Fucking Adams as he tries to compose the perfect shot, sighing loudly if any other paying attendee dares to walk into the space between the new Toyota Camry and his lens.
It’s an aerodynamic aid for when he’s pulling a trailer that isn’t attached at the moment. (Note the receiver hitch.)
“There’s five roll bars inside my cage, like Dukes of Hazzard.”
After the big shakeout in ‘09, I’ve noticed there are lots of Chevrolet/Buick/Cadillac dealerships (all under one roof). Not exactly “premium” marketing when a CTS is parked next to an Equinox out front.
Ah, the old fantasy of some wealthy person leaving you a bunch of money because they have no kids or are estranged from theirs.
I can’t find it at the moment, but Edmunds did a survey about 10 years ago about classic car interest.
Have you been to Disneyland lately? Your day at the Historics will be a downright bargain by comparison.
Or how about,
I (wrongly) assumed that once those crappy stick-in fender vents became a thing on old POS cars, designers in the auto industry would recoil in horror and never use them again.
It’ll be interesting to see the configurator when it’s up. I’m guessing that adding 4WD and a few options it’ll be priced right there with the Tahoe.
My mother lives in Palm Springs, and that’s the only place I ever see them. (Did they all end up there, and in Florida?)
For anyone in California, you’d probably spend an additional $2000 trying to get it into smog compliance (if that could even be done).
God yes, this.
Sadly, you’re right.
And five years after that, STANCE!!!
With a missing apostrophe!