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Maybe it's @Thrift Vader and his Japanese bias rubbing off, but I have been into older Japanese pickup trucks lately. I feel like used pickup trucks must have a defined floor in terms of how much value they can lose due to their intrinsic value of moving stuff, performing tasks, etc. Something like these: http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/cto/5687839166.html http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/cto/5699439822.html http://sfbay.craigslist.org/scz/cto/5669009326.html
This has the makings of a good challenge. What are the cars people would want for sub-5k? Maybe sub-10k? I like that @gomestar is posting real examples for @ramuman
http://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/cto/5656160174.html For @Thrift Vader
I guess my point is that MazdaSpeed is just kind of a joke. It seems like barely more than opting for a spoiler kit.
Why doesn't Mazda make an M / AMG / Sti / ST / RS / GTI type of line? I feel like it would do so well. This whole zoom zoom thing is bullsht. Their cars top out at like 180 HP with no turbos or anything. I feel like they would really be a draw in the entry level performance market.
Sometimes the painted lines relative to the bank of the turn don't really make sense. I will occasionally go outside of the lines on banked turns when I feel I have a line that is helping the turn go more smoothly. I don't think the lines are painted with the same level of planning as the design of the turn / exit. I know you're not talking about the turn necessarily and probably indicating a shoulder that is a completely separate structure / chunk of pavement or concrete....
Is that how you wound up like this?
@Thrift Vader just wanna say that even though I don't agree with everything you say or all your opinions, I do appreciate your POV on this thread and the discourse it encourages. Not exactly intellectual discourse, but discourse nonetheless. This thread can be prone to groupthink so it's nice to have a different perspective.
I would think a woman would rather be in a Miata than a McLaren. see: Russ Hanneman
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