A 1941 Lincoln Continental. Perhaps the most beautiful car of the decade »
A nice 30 degree and sunny day for a test drive for that person. First time I got to hear one as close as I did. Beautiful, especially the downshifts. »
...for the Android Lollipop update. But why Sony would ditch the branded app – could it be to simplify what the app does to new users? Could it be to tie into the rebranding to "PlayStation Music", which will replace Music Unlimited at the end of this month? Could it be to disassociate some of Sony's assets in a… »
Looks like I'm going. 5-7 of us. probably going to spend 3-4 days there, then head home.
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Responsible car owners either donate their used tires to a local drifting organization, or hoon them until dead themselves. This applies to all types and brands. Left intact and unsupervised, tires can quickly become feral, mentally unstable and extremely dangerous. Don't believe me? Allow me t0 present irrefutable… »
Test drove one a while back and actually really liked it. Sure its a cheap econobox, but with the manual and that big ol tac bouncing around its actually fairly entertaining. »
He says deflating tires help against Hydroplaning, whereas I say It will make you hydroplane more. Who's right? »
My dad is thinking about picking one up to replace his 2005 Lexus ES which has around 205k miles on it. He drives about 35k miles per year and wants a quiet and comfortable car. You can pick up the LS's with around 100k miles for 18-19k. Some better models around 21k.
Is it as reliable as the legendary 400 and the… »
Failed my CDL Gen Knowledge test on Saturday, slightly confident but still agonizing on the retry today, got to drive an International AmTran RE (T444E, same as the 7.3 Powerstroke) just to do backing exercises and it was kind of easy. »