After multiple attempts at aligning the car myself at work, my MR2 still pulled hard to the left. I finally said screw it and had a local race shop dial it in properly. It still pulled. I figured it MUST be something in the tires.
Now that Toyota is introducing Gazoo through GRMN branded cars, how would you like Toyota to distinguish between the GRMN and TRD products? Could they ever exist within the same model line?
I’m probably buying a thing in a couple weeks, so the time has come to sell a few things. While I’ll make you wait to announce the new RPM-mobile until it’s actually in my driveway (should be worth the wait), it’s time to start thinning the herd to make room.
Both of the cars are listed for roughly the same amount of money, have done the same amount of kilometres and were both produced in 2005. Which is the best buy?
...you’re gonna see the horsepower peak.
All of my current vehicles in one shot. It was so nice outside I had to do as many outdoor chores as possible.
bus steering was woeful (no surprise there!)
On the trailer is one of those plastic bed liner things. Full of stuff. Seen at Home Depot during my lunch. I ran out of welding wire.
SV21 Toyota Camry
On Monday, I was just casually scrolling through Facebook. I saw the usual baby photos and folks trying to sell body wraps, and of course the targeted ads. I’m used to that. What I’m not used to is Toyota’s new, creepy way of “appealing” to me that instead made me want to lock every door and never leave my house again.
“I already tell you Toyota’s sports car goal must be three brothers - 86 is the middle [brother], top model is something like a Supra,” Tada said, confirming the S-FR sits at the bottom of the family tree.
available in Texas for you.