Have some nightmare fuel. It’s Spooktober after all.
I think I have the automotive version of SAD (seasonal affective disorder): SAD-MC. As in, “Seriously, Another Dang Muscle Car?” Though SAD-MC would be an interesting DJ name.
Ford delivered 7 of their $450,000 GTs in July, an incredible feat since Multimatic hasn’t even put up the tents yet. Even though priced to kill the BMW i8, no one can afford to buy an NSX. Doesn’t matter how much carbon you spec, you need to be ok with losing $70,000 (private sale) in a segment where the cars either…
I found myself in Ohio so I took the opportunity to drive out of Columbus 30 minutes to visit the Honda Heritage Center.
DC2 Integra Type R, stock-looking, in need of a wash. I did set off its alarm by parking there, and that definitely sounds aftermarket.
Here’s a car that’ll put you to sleep
Following last year’s redesign and the addition of the A-Spec sport package, Acura announced the 2019 model will gain a new Platinum White Pearl color, new 19-inch wheels, and a new 2.4-liter A-Spec sport version. The 2.4-liter model is an interesting proposition, especially considering the 206-horsepower engine…
A-Spec package for the MDX? Really? Equally pointless as the RX350 F-Sport packages and all that shit. Fix the damn TLX first!
Tell Acura off about the push-button shifter and get free stuff. Win-win.
I’m bored, so have this NSX in blue, now when are they gonna get around to making these in Spa Yellow.
I was finally starting to look past the horrific styling and recognize how well packaged it is, how cavernous the trunk opening is, and how pretty the paint color is. I should have left it at that, but thinking a brand new car turbo HAS to be pretty good to drive, I took it for a spin.
So despite the season kinda sizzling out for the Hokies, we still landed a solid bowl game. The Camping World Bowl (questionable name) in Orlando vs. Oklahoma State. My brother was able to secure free tickets with parking through his company, so it was a no brainer for me to make the trek. And you know what that…
Spent the past couple winters with the two 4runners and my r50 pathfinder. Before that was an AWD Volvo S70 which was also a bit of a tank in the snow.
It was friggin sweet. I was never huge on the twins but I could totally live with an exhaust note like that. Not nearly as aggressive as this but you get the idea:
Edit: I’m not actually upset at my dad and I didn’t voice any of these opinions to him. I think it’ll be great for his purposes, I just think its ugly as hell. Lighten up everyone.
As the temps drop I find myself driving in 40 degree weather with my window down and heat blasting just so I can hear my exhaust instead of just the muffled vibrations through the sound deadening. One month after setting up my exhaust to perfection (for me) I have to start riding windows up so random pedestrians get…
I’ve come to the conclusion that the TL does not photograph well from the rear. I think it’s the combination of the small wheels and the large rear overhang that kinda makes it look blocky and weird.