Thoughts on price?
Shot outside my office:
Yesterday saw the first outdoor car show for many of us car enthusiasts in the Portland metro area. A good chunk of the Camaro club attended a run by on of the local mustang clubs. Some of the members (including myself) left the Camaro’s at home and brought another of our cars. This was a decent show with some great…
The open road has a mysterious call. If you listen a little closer, it can be very persuasive, as experience (or perhaps inexperience) shows.
I’ve always liked the Chevy SSR ever since the first time I’ve found out about it way back in 2o04 when Midtown Madness 3 came out (love the game, very quirky lineup of cars in it). And the more I spent time reading about it, the more I want one.
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This Japanese coupe has some ‘MURICA under the hood, and it’s here to melt tires. Happy Friday!
Am I crazy for thinking this livery looks better than the factory Corvette Racing ones?
Well... this is news. To those of you who care, anyway. SHR joins Ford in 2017, with engines by Roush Yates. Assuming no lineup changes, this includes the #41 of Kurt Busch, the #4 of Kevin Harvick, the #10 of Danica Patrick and the #14 of Clint Bowyer.
found this pic on the amb.ab.ca website , notice anything strange about it?
PotatoCam backed up again! Enjoy!
both Oil Filters have AC-Delco number of UPF64R yet two seperate GM 8-digit part numbers , 12667194 and 12670058.
A new Silverado LT(z) Z71 is the truck for the moment. This moment, specifically. Our gas is cheap (for now) and our trucks are sizable and well equipped enough to host a small party. Modern men want trucks. “I survived the recession, recently installed a sink, learned how to cook, and got a bonus from my job, which…
The inverse bro-truck.
I was driving on Interstate 66 on my way home from work when it happened – the odometer on my 2015 Chevrolet Camaro clicked over and displayed 5,000 miles. Yes, since purchasing my brand-new Camaro 1LS for $16,999 in October, I’ve put approximately 5,000 miles on the car, and in that time I’ve changed.
I was going to post this as a comment here but figured it would be better as its own post. Working at a dealership gives me daily access to every vehicle currently made by GM. Here are my impressions of them all, starting with the super-cheap and working up.
The quality of Ford’s recent offerings are a far cry from the old “Fix Or Repair Daily” joke. Fiat-Chrysler has also turned around, between the success of the Charger and Challenger, the successful return of the Fiat brand to our shores (not to mention Alfa Romeo), and Jeep cashing in big time. But when it comes to…
when are these people going to let it go?