I'm pretty handy with metal work, please feel free to hit me up if you need a hand. Also get some pics. What kind of semi?
International 9400i w/ ISX 435 Cummins, Meritor 10 speed, and 70" midroof sleeper. I think it was an old Walmart truck. I picked it up 8 years ago for $15,000 with 400k miles on it. It's been a good rig though it's starting to show it's age.I'm pretty handy with metal work, please feel free to hit me up if you need a hand. Also get some pics. What kind of semi?
Volvo VN something or other. I'm thinking it was an automatic too. Because if it wasn't you would have said something.That's so cool, the largest thing I ever owned was either my F150 or Tundra. I have only driven a Semi once and it was for only a few miles and I don't have a CDL lol. Long story short a friend bought a huge boat was an accountant for Volvo and we kinda just towed it to the water borrowing a company truck. I couldn't tell you model or anything but it was auto and brand spanking new in roughly 08.
I am baffled why Ford is cutting all those lines, I can't make a block and not see a new Focus.Apparently even ford is killing off new cars in the US since everybody drives SUVs. Picture a future where all the bad drivers will drive bigger vehicles of death. Time to get one of these.
Still not as easy to break in as a 90s Camry. But yea big reason those got jacked esp during F&F hype and everyone had one with a hacked off exhaust and blow off valve. Bug eyes weren't bad cars just all clapped out due to owners.if anybody wants a Subaru Impreza buglight, all you need to do is shove a hanger down the top of the driver window and unlock it. There's no top of the doors in the 2002, so the window, when rolled all the way up, is just against the roof seal of the car.
I know this the hard way....
I hate you are right, it just breaks my heart. Crossovers did 9/11. Poor people should stop buying new things and ruining it for car people. Fun fact while Crossovers are LITERALLY Hitler, the first is probably from a defunct American Brand AMC, and aside that those dastardly commies LADA.Cars aren't selling anymore.
What model do you have again?My Jeep is technically a crossover. (not a wrangler) I like it since cars are too short for me and the gas ain't bad but the reason I didn't get a car is cause of other ppl driving terribly here...and well everybody has fucking F150s and other trucks so a car is technically a death sentence. I think many people went that same route because of it or young shitheads, olds or foreigners that drive like shit.
I can understand cutting the Fusion or Taurus since it seems redundant to have two midsize family sedans. But as a rule I hate SUVs (at least of the FF layout- I'm okay with FR truck based designs for certain purposes). I guess it's a good thing that, outside of Bullitt Mustangs I'm not much of a Ford guy.I am baffled why Ford is cutting all those lines, I can't make a block and not see a new Focus.
GM and Dodge are going to go hard after the open market, as will imports.
Still not as easy to break in as a 90s Camry. But yea big reason those got jacked esp during F&F hype and everyone had one with a hacked off exhaust and blow off valve. Bug eyes weren't bad cars just all clapped out due to owners.
Does anyone happen to know about BMW diesels? I'm having a need to burn money idea and 335ds are looking like something I need to take home. Because I don't waste enough money as is.
The MX5 platform is great if you want to learn to drift since they're lighter, cheaper, and more available than a Silvia/240SX or similar FR platform. They're underrated because they aren't super fast, high horsepower cars, but if viewed as a spiritual successor to the classic British roadster, they're a lot of fun.
This is my 2002 MK2.5 Mazda MX5 Arizona (Miata to you yanks) They have a reputation as a "girls car" but in the hands of somebody who knows how to drive properly you won't find much more fun on four wheels. They're tight in the corners and predictable in the way they handle. I also used to own a MK1 MR2 and can vouch for what others have said about the snap oversteer but despite the things horrifying tendency to try and kill me now and again I miss it badly.
For anyone that wonders the location of that photo is Honnister Pass in Cumbria.