Cars We Drive! - Page 1723
@rtc. Yup. Itb's and a showstopping eye for detail.
I really was surprised to see so many tastefully modified street cars.
So teh plan for Subie Supremacy?
Widebody. Carbon. Slammed. With just enough suspension to still be race car.
2-piece rims(work,BBS,whatever.)and dat mean exhaust note. Inside? Early 2,000's "Bride" seat. Nardi steering wheel. Stealth fit. But decent audio. -going full tilt, almost period correct daily racecar.
Friend will take his ratted widebody Silvia.
Edited by Thrift Vader - 10/17/16 at 4:23am
-you hold the brake, push in the clutch, turn the key, and THEN push a Button????!!!!!!
What the eff ever happened to checking the park brake is off. It's not in gear. And you just twist the key? Key on, key off. Honda. You have failed this city. You only need a start button with keyless entry. And a sensor key. So you sit yo ass down and push the damned button. (Like Toyota does)
Subaru over engineer stuff to be awesome. Like the 2x3 way cupholders. Honda just makes more stuff. I don't want to "feel more involved" by having more to do . F*ck.
Amen for 90's cars.
The key works, and so do the Cupholders.
The Soarer was the nicest and most tasteful of the cars in those photos. Some of the other cars like the Surpra and the NSX just made me sad (unless they were salvage titled cars and not much else could be done to save them). I'm not a stancenation kind of guy, but if it makes them happy to do that to their cars so be it.