“Why does the manual tell you to buy TRD parts? How much did TRD pay for that brand placement?”
Unzip the parking brake sleeve, whaaaa?
Over 2 hours of Quirks and Features. Actual podcast starts about 2 mins in after the ads.
Finally, the answer you’ve been waiting for.
To spend $17,000 on a license plate
...who puts convertible Rolls Royce on his second channel
Between this, the Navigator and the upcoming Aviator, I like where they’re heading. Looks like reviews of the new Nautilus(previously MKX) are rolling out seems to be a good vehicle as well.
He’s going crazy with the “Six way tailgate”s Quirks and Features.
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?