3 Million Dollars! Damn!
Fun Fact: when I watched it, I was the 34th viewer
“My 2005 Ford GT has been sold to Doug DeMuro. I’ve owned this Ford GT for 13 years and put 31,000 miles on it, but I’m getting a new 2019 Ford GT and needed the space (and money...). I’ll miss my Ford GT, as it’s one of the most attractive, capable and durable exotic cars ever made. Ford’s modern homage to beating…
Who knew Doug did contract work for car dealerships? I did not
I just finished MORE Doug DeMuro’s piece on his semi-retired CarMax Land Rover (oh, and his announcement vid on his regular channel). Anyway for some reason the whole time I was watching it, I thought to myself Doug is going to become a Scientologist.
Goddamn, Doug, how hard is it to get your details straight about a car you’re reviewing!?
Was there not a NICE example of a NA Miata (or even a UDSM one?) available to Douggo?
To complain about horn buttons
Our friend and legend, Doug DeMuro, needs to change his approach to his prerelease car videos. They’re too long for a car you can’t test drive nor give a DougScore to.
So many bulky buttons placed in odd areas, goofy overly-tall proportions, blocky mirrors, etc.
Maybe this is common knowledge, but there are multiple DeMuros in the #content game. Can two DeMuros co-exist in today’s media market? How close are we to reaching Peak DeMuro? Are DeMuros not actually rare? O_O
And not just with the new RAM, check out his new intro!
Good work Doug.
What that screw is for:
Like, I’m being serious here. Am I? Anyone else willing to admit they like it?