This man had gotten everyone at Porsche pissed when he managed to get 15 allocations on the then new GT3 RS.
The car key. An object most of us take for granted, until we lose them and get stuck somewhere. I’ve been thinking about my key routine and I’m wondering if I’m missing something.
I like the comparisons, but as you mention, even those comparisons overblow the situation. This is Formula 1 vs Mario Kart.
[Cornell and Roger Ailes sit in Charon’s barge, and open their complimentary meals.]
To admit to voting for Trump was a mistake takes a level of self awareness that Trump supporters do not possess. They have bought into the Amway. The time share in Boca. The pyramid scheme. They have paid for the extended warranty on their leased Toyota Avalon. They are the temporarily inconvenienced future…
Since Mr.Regular decided to be the most hated man on Oppo, here a lovely vehicle to go against him. 1987 Porsche 944 “Race/Rally Car”
Having a rough week? I’ve got just the cure. Take a break from your tasks, turn up the volume, and bask in the glory of some of Porsche’s finest vintage and modern machines drive the breathtaking mountain passes in the Swiss and Italian Alps.
If your car’s scratched and dented bumpers reveal a long history of you accidentally backing into things, you don’t necessarily need to buy a new vehicle just to get a fancy collision warning system. If you have a smartphone, and can use a screwdriver, you can easily install this license plate cover that serves as an…
2010 Matech Ford GT1, one of four, in Carlisle, Pennsylvania for $925,000.00
*Cue dieselgate jokes
Bubble, bubble, little car,
How I wonder how high you are!
Up above the world your price so high,
Like a comet in the sky!
Yeah, but they’re pretty chill about it.
No, I am absolutely not asking for your information. But national statistics on this would be very interesting to me.
This is amazing.
Hyundai’s value has made them a force to be reckoned with when going up against mainstream offerings. The brand has not been so successful targeting the enthusiast market and it seems they are going to use the same old formula with the 2017 Elantra Sport.
So you just bought a used car. The previous owner may have said it was in great working condition, but how do you know it’s really safe to drive? If you don’t go to a pro mechanic, you’ll have to find out for yourself. Here’s how you can ensure your car isn’t a death-mobile with almost no tools.