Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by Bert1568, Jul 18, 2006.
Socal is too damn hot for cabs, we don't get that kind of heat in Scandinavia.
yea me too, i agree.
driving a camry for now while i'm paying off loans. once that's done, i'm thinking of getting an m3 or maybe an audi if they bring back an rs4-like car.
a true baller would have a coupe and a convertible of the same car
Heat never stopped me... I sweat allot more then anyone else, I been seeking medical help for it. Oddly it's most my face, scalp, and neck (doctors?). I still drove a Triumph Spitfire top down with no AC for nearly a year in Florida. Best driving experience I had on public roads. Drive that car within the edge of state and city limits is driving that car to the edge of it's life. Oddly 9/10 it would start right up the next morning.
Thanks guys, feels so great but will take some more time to get comfortable with the car. I love everything about it but still miss my 997 allready (two totally diffrent feelings)
Ducati have just been bought by Audi. Strange bed-fellows.
Not if you think about it VW owns Audi, Seat, Skoda, MAN, Scania, Lamborghini, Bugatti, Bentley and Porsche, they also owned Europcar car rental at one point.
From my knowledge Ducati's are known for being "unreliable" like Lambo was 10-15 years ago, so it could end up being for the better.
Edit: they also own 20% of Suzuki.
I thought it fitting too. european company with superior and forward-thinking engineering and design on two wheels rather than 4. With all the brand diversification VAG has been doing i think it was the next logical step.
Sir F, enjoy your AM. It's beautiful.
Fuck ya, its a low rider too.
Would be hard to sneak up on motha f...... with a DB9
Thanks alot, got tired of it now after driving 3 hours
Sweet. You have a supercar.
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