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Has anyone here driven a Macan? Thoughts? Wife wants an SUV and I would still like it to be fun to drive.
Vente Privee USA RIP http://fortune.com/2014/10/27/vente-privee-usa-to-shut-down/
Vente Privee RIP http://fortune.com/2014/10/27/vente-privee-usa-to-shut-down/
Ha, I hope you don't think that was directed at you as I know you plan on changing them. These are like everywhere in Utah and Idaho driven by bros who are really into board sports and getting their teeth whitened and their tips frosted. I think it's fair to say that doesn't apply to most people on SF.Having been a member of SF for some time now, you should know that price does not always equate to quality.
^Yeah those rims scream flat brim fitted cap douche bag. I actually think something like this with chunky tires looks great on that Jeep: http://www.jegs.com/i/Black+Rock/262/997581237/10002/-1?CAWELAID=1710673405&CAGPSPN=pla&catargetid=230006180000848056&cadevice=c&gclid=CMbn3O_ZxcECFbFDMgod0hcA-Q They're cheap too.
The guy looks more like Old Man Marley (aka the South Bend Shovel Slayer) than a rural Italian warlock.
At least the Singer will have a Porsche following, which is cult-like. Singer prob marketed more effectively. Seems more elusive. Also not very fungible. There are tons of options when it comes to muscle cars. Porsche is kinda in its own little universe (for better or worse). Not a lot of things that are truly comparable other than a different 911. Instead of the Equus, people have the choice of other muscle car remakes like Superformance, Pro Touring, Classic...
Agreed. Equus Bass seems totally overpriced. That much money buys a lot of car or alternatively a lot of cool cars.
@dieworkwear that Saks Friends and Family started. 25% off for clothing. Tons of exclusions, unfortunately. 8% ebates kicker today. http://www.saksfifthavenue.com/Entry.jsp
For a long time, Shell was considered the ultimate in gasoline. But in recent years, the consensus seems to be BP. There are places that do tests on this stuff (like a Consumer Reports, etc.). Honestly, I am not even sure if Shell 91 is all that common where I live (Midwest), but I know I prefer to put BP 93 into my 911 and my M3 and if there isn't a BP nearby then I go to Shell in lieu of that. As they say, expensive gas is cheap insurance.
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