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Quote: Originally Posted by Tooch4321 I also found out Half Acre is re-bottling Big Hugs Imperial Stout and Double Daisy Cutter! Both are super, super delicious and Chicago only... they also had a "scraps run" and unfortunately I cannot remember the name of it but only 50 cases went out the door... I have a couple bombers waiting for me at my buddy's house. Tooch, did you ever have a chance to check out shorts brewery when they had a few...
I do track it from time to time for the purpose of making sure the car is properly dialed in and that it is a capable car. daily driver, no! It served that role dutifully 8 years and has been retired from active service. The suspension setup is on the outer limits of being able to be safely streetable and requires a lot of maintenance. The car does have a race clutch in it that is not exactly easy to manage in chicago gridlock traffic and probably wouldn't last long. ...
Quote: Originally Posted by ljrcustom Thanks for sharing. I am interested to see more photos of the car. Is the exterior still stock or have you changed all of body pieces? -LR I appreciate the feedback from everyone, you guys have impeccable tastes and its reaffirming to have positive feedback that I am on the right direction. so no need anymore to hide the car this is all intended for. This was my first new car that I bought 12 years...
also you are going to pay an arm and a leg for parking. I know lots of people ditch their car and pick up much cheaper parking accommodations quite far from where they live and take public trans to pick it up on the rare occasions that they use it.
Quote: Originally Posted by Dashaansafin This is a bit late but thank you guys for all the help. Does anyone have any specific recommendations as to buildings? I am currently looking at McClurg Court on 333 E Ontario St. as suggested by another member. Also looking at Oakwood, 77 WEST HURON STREET. A bit overwhelmed at the options here...thought all I had to do was narrow it down to the neighborhood. Again, thanks guys! your closer into...
my roommate has one and has had it for at least 5 years now. Pretty reliable cars from his experience (although ironically his alternator just started going on the fritz this week). I took one out for a track day when they first came out in ?99? (lincoln sponsored event). They definitely handle well and are more nimble than they look, but the weight distribution (51/49% IIRC) is fantastic with very neutrally balanced steering.
appreciate the kind words. I do alot of work in wood simply because I can work very quickly in it, and plenty of times I'll end up painting it because a wood texture just isn't appropriate in that space. heres something I was recently working on. The woman wanted a nice set of chopsticks and I got frustrated not being able to find anything I felt was of sufficient quality available, picked up a $2 strip of bocote and spent about 20 minutes with a bench sander and viola....
Quote: Originally Posted by moose saison du buff is great the dogfish head version is spectacular.... the victory bottling is meh (glorfied golden monkey)... unfortunately I simply cannot get the stone bottling by me.
Quote: Originally Posted by kwilkinson I'm interested in seeing how L2O does moving forward. On one hand, they just got three Michelin stars, which is huge. On the other hand, Laurent Gras is now gone, and there's no doubt in my mind that if he had left before the guidebooks were printed, L2O would have gotten less than three. ya that will be interesting for sure. one of my good friends was an opening day employee for them. I'd always...
Quote: Originally Posted by Tooch4321 Bourbon County Brand Stout Rare, aged over 2 years in 23 year old Pappy Van Winkle barrels, it retails at $42.99 a bottle... was at a tasting 2 years ago at the bristol where they debuted a lot of stuff. we had the first tasting of the stout from the van winkle barrels and I'd have to assume that it originated from the same batch. personally I think without aging it like that, its already at the outer...
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