Today marks my 21st lap around the track.
Well, not exactly morning for me, but there’s a couple of Oppos a few timezones west of me where it would still be morning.
Relevant to the FP post, after the jump.
What if we just...
Inside: complaining about petty things, after the break.
Low quality shitpost humor for your time.
Inside: a mirror of this hilarious craigslist entry.
Ah, the Dodge Dakota. I think this truck singlehandedly brought about the “big small truck” market we’re dealing with nowadays.
There’s a nice big hole in the rear left quarter of my Legacy and my inspection sticker expires soon. Time to gather up the tools and the questionable things that help make the job easier somehow.
Modern automotive infotainment systems are awful. Sure, the software might be great, and it might be the best thing ever designed - but as we all know, what we consider great now will become obsolete within 5 to 10 years. We’ve seen that far too many times to count. It’s why aftermarket radio units were made that…
1984 Dodge Daytona / Chrysler Laser
I’ve been digging around and I’m finding 4th gen Eclipses going for $2000 or less private-party.
Inside: things about collisions and very nice mid-2000s sedans that still used steel fenders.
... or repeat offender?
So I’m sure most of us know about the fine vehicles that are the ND Mazda Miata and the based-on-the-platform Fiat 124, both fine entries for the roadster market. But...
... and discovered just how miserable it is to try and find a compact or sub-compact that lets you row your own on a dealer lot.
This fine, handy dandy lever that is quite useful for parking on hills has decided it is not going to function anymore.
Therefore I shall not look at the FP and instead continue diving deeper into the depths of my summer college class that I am definitely not procrastinating on at all.
If Ford carries through with abandoning the sedan market, anyone looking for a sedan from Ford would probably move to find another builder of sedans.
Subaru Leone RX