Hey /o/ I just bought this meme machine with a "Racing top" that basically has no gasket and leaks like a bitch. Where can I find a hard top that is actually reliable and more OEM styled that isnt going to destroy my wallet? Is it possible to order one from Mazda?
Surprise surprise, the trucker that destroyed the bridge is a woman, and she didn't understand how many punds 6 tons was
Ms. Lambright was aware of the iron bridge stating she had driven on it several times in her personal vehicle and was also aware of the posted signage “no semis, weight limit of 6 tons”. When asked by Paoli Police why she continued through the bridge knowing the weight limit was only 6 tons she admitted to not knowing how many pounds that was. She was advised the weight of the vehicle at the time of the crash was close to 30 tons.
Lambright, who got her CDL earlier this year, said she wasn’t comfortable backing up her Volvo truck, so she just chanced it on the bridge.
Also, general manifold thread I guess
Can someone explain to me the exact shift patterns, gear variations, etc? Which stick was reverse on?
If it's a real 5x3 set up, that's a five speed transmission mated to a three speed transmission, offering a total of 15 forward speeds. I'm unaware whd vehicle this would exist in. Like anon said, that does look a lot more like the shifter for a transfer case, but without a diagram for some reason.
i dont care, just dont be a dick
Thinking about getting 4th gen Subaru Legacy as my next car, especially interested in the 3.0 six-banger.
>lots of space
Is there anything i should be aware of Common problems?
I know it is considered a grandpa car in US, but that doesnt bother me at all.
if you are doing a build on a sports car, how do you know what power level is ideal? obviously having the right amount is better than something where if you floor it on a straightaway you cant keep on it more than 3-4 seconds. thats clearly not usable.
what is the idea power? something you can drive the piss out of without intimidation. might depend on the driver but not a lot.
honestly there is too much, and of course too little.
Hey /o/, looks like I am gonna have to hang up my boy racer clothes earlier than I thought.
My 06 mustang keeps shitting out on me and I'm not gonna be taking this bullshit any longer. I've had it 2 years at only 110k and it has had way too many problems.
I'm not willing to go full base model civic yet, but I wanted some help on deciding what might be a good compromise between reliability and sportiness. Something I could get for 7-15k with relatively low miles. It needs to be offered in manual.
pic is similar to mine.
Mustang a shit. Plus you should've kept good maintenance on it.
If you wanna stay American go for a camaro, they are pretty cheap.
If you really want to stress reliable, go for a bmw coupe, preferably an m3 from the late 90s through 2000s. Under 100k miles should be fine.
Is Mercedes good?
Thinking of picking up a cla 300
why is my engine bay wet if there is no stain on the floor/ visible drip drop leaking
Just becuase its not on the floor doesn't mean its benign.
Cars can still leak quite a bit and it not leak it on the floor.
What does is smell like, oil or antifreeze? does it have a color, when do you typically notice it the most?
Why do normies like this tool?
Why is he a tool?
>made good money
>creates crazy cars
>supports extreme sports
Do you not like him because his life is 1000x better than yours and you are so fucking awesome that your edge makes you hate people irrationally?
I found a car for furries :-DDD
Seriously considering living in a van.
Ford transit is really appealing. I can stand up in the high roof version and its quite fuel efficent etc.
Other options are a used Chevy express from some huge company that used it as a fleet vehicle.
Anyone know anything about vans? Reliability etc? Thoughts?
I'm going to completely do the interior myself.
I've always been partial to Fords myself but it has always seemed like the Chevy is cheaper to buy and maintian and with the Transit being a brand new model that will definitely hold true. so you have to decide if the fuel savings will be worth the added costs of ownership, though a Transit will also most likely have a warranty.
I would buy a brand new ford for like 35k or buy a used express for 12. I think the biggest thing is, is it worth 23k to stand up. Also how reliable are those Chevy vans when their mileage gets up there.
Buy a caravan. Live in the caravan. Attach the caravan to a car when you want to move it. That way you have a home and a car which are not entwined. It is a cheaper and better solution.
Why do modern cars look like shit compared to models from the thirties ?
I tip my hat to you, good sir, for your impeccable taste in automobiles.
If only others in our terrible generation had enough class to seek out the finer cars of the past.
>Why do modern cars look like shit compared to models from the thirties ?
Actually when you take a close look, those proportions are currently coming back.