That’s an interesting take and I think you made it to the next level past where the writer had gone. Very insightful.
So many, many questions (parking brake?) but Number 1 is, why was he in the boat when it was on the ramp? You get things ready before you back down the ramp. That’s just basic boat launching etiquette.
Cool man that’s good to hear! I built a ‘51 F3 that I put on an F1 chassis because I couldn’t find a longbox in decent shape. Love those old fords.
Same - I’ll never not own an old bike, but damn do I love my new bike that just starts every time.
It’s not complicated math. In 2019 you can make well over 6 figures as a family and still have minimal un-allocated funds for big ticket purchases. If you’re covering all financial responsibilities like mortgage, 401K, Roth IRA, 529, day care, insurances, house upkeep, then the bucket gets empty very quickly. God help…
I've been telling some friends I'd teach them he basics for a while. My other bikes were either too tall, too heavy, or too snappy. This should do the trick, and be good for scooting around town/dirt roads.
There's a good bit of maintenance and sprucing up to do, but it runs and rides.
gross apple sauce
No one ever mentions it, but I have a deep and abiding love for their Ancho Chile barbecue sauce.
Name checks out, I believe you. Thanks Joe Diffy
The best way to “butter” your popcorn (I use quotation marks because butter-flavored hydrogenated soybean oil is NOT butter, nor will it ever be) is to not butter your popcorn. It has plenty of salt and faux-butter flavor baked in.
I’m setting the ring gaps on my Volvo B20 and am amazed at the engine shop’s precision. Until I started assembly and was rechecking all the measurements I never realized that the wall to piston clearance of .04 wasn’t inches but mm. Its about the width of a piece of paper. I get the feeling the person that built your…
Looks like it's already been roadkill'd... At least twice.
Case in point: The contents of the right saddle bag (left one was empty) had no easy way of getting home last night. lol I ended up stuffing the contents (starting fluid and a few tools) into my pants for the ride home.
I brought home my first vehicle without an engine!
What is that Equinox doing in this discussion?
Seriously. Make it look nice all around and cap it at $49,995, and you’ve got a winner. But since the Canyon starts at $22K and change, much more for a model that isn’t a spartan tradesman special, and now we’re above $70K which is just outrageous.