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#101 3 years ago

My '72 Swede. With the original Blaupunkt tunes.

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#106 3 years ago
Quoted from crlush:

I like the lines of that car, what does it have for an engine?

It's no speedster. It's a fuel injected 2 liter with about 115hp.

#117 3 years ago
Quoted from hardware:

The esprit V8 was my dream car back in the 90's. Beautiful car!

Ditto! (except I was wanting one around the late 70s! Shows my age I guess...)

#118 3 years ago

My current driver/pin hauler.

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#119 3 years ago
Quoted from wtatumjr:

Here are my 2 Brits - sold a little while ago

I always wanted a TR-6.... and never got one.... Classic British.

#125 3 years ago
Quoted from pinmister:

Man that car looks like a fun ride! The interior is very inviting, and makes you want to jump in those leather seats. I also really like the spoke wheels, and the exterior color. Very sharp car, thanks for sharing.

The chicks love it.

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#160 3 years ago
Quoted from littlecammi:

mystic paint '96 SVT Mustang Cobra (with 7 miles on odometer)
mineral grey '01 SVT Mustang Cobra (with 55 miles on odometer)
torch red '08 Shelby GT500 Mustang (with 9 miles on odometer)
inferno orange '13 Camaro ZL1 (with 8 miles on odometer)

I just would never be able to do it... Do you just go and look at them every now and again?

#182 3 years ago
Quoted from TheDrewster:

My daily and pin-hauler is a 2013 Honda Fit Sport.

I'm always impressed that a pin can be carried in a Honda Fit.

#194 3 years ago

This great string got me motivated.... Going through the old photo albums, remember those things with those square pieces of paper?
A couple of my favorite old cars.

My '79 Scirocco and 80-something RX-7.

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#195 3 years ago

And maybe the group can identify this car for me?!! I have wanted to know what it is for about 30 years.
On a cruise in the early 80s down in Jamaica and Cozumel. Took this pic of a car in Jamaica, supported by some of the upstanding young locals. (And a pic of me enjoying the Cozumel sun...)

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#201 3 years ago
Quoted from Darcy:

Ford Cortina, 1970 or 1971.

Yes!! I thought the Ford but the model stumped me. Great call!

#204 3 years ago
Quoted from rotordave:

In other exciting news, I put a car into my garage for the first time ever the other night
rd

Had to move how many pins and amps?

#240 3 years ago
Quoted from pinworthy:

As I mentioned above I worked at a Mazda/Volvo as a young guy and as I was reading back through the thread I couldn't believe I missed commenting about your 1800 (which is beautiful btw) and that got me to reminiscing about the fun toys that came through the shop. I remember a guy having an 1800ES in the same color that had a full IPD suspension kit as well as some engine mods but the coolest thing was a custom power sliding sunroof. The headroom sucked but it was a killer look, I really wonder what ever happened to that car.

I'd love to have seen that! I'm only 5'10" and there is little more than a couple inches headroom for me. Where in the heck would a power sunroof go??! I LOVE the folks that have made them into custom convertibles though.

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#253 3 years ago
Quoted from dmbjunky:

Very similar to a Festiva. My parents have a red Festiva. The previous owners made it look like some high schooler's car. Tinted windows, a spoiler, chrome 5 spoke wheels. They even replaced the Festiva name tag to say Ruby.

I had a '76 Ford Fiesta with v6. Fast car.

#259 3 years ago

Dang.... almost forgot about my '80 Fiesta! With the fancy louvered rear window.

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#321 3 years ago
Quoted from ramegoom:

I was in high school when that car hit the dealers. My school parking lot consisted of many Mustangs (I had a 66 GT K car convertible), two or three hemi Chrysler products, a few Chevelle SS's, several Novas, one Corvette, and loads of not-so-cool cars. The hemi's always cleaned up. Until that SS454 got modded.

A kid in my high school used to drive his dad's gull wing Mercedes... yep.

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#406 2 years ago
Quoted from Travish:

Hey everybody. I got new mufflers today. How do you like them?

I'm totally astounded that it's parked outside Walmart...
Risking getting your tires slashed... just sayin'

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#414 2 years ago
Quoted from Travish:

I had to look it up to see what it sounds like.

Or just take a ride with Jay.... oh man.

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#415 2 years ago

Back home today after spending a couple months with my friendly mechanic.
Oil leaks fixed, water leaks fixed, transmission working like it should.
For the first time I cruised the interstate at 80 with a working overdrive! Sweet!

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#422 2 years ago
Quoted from xlr8:

Oh wait, I forgot about the Chrysler. How could I forget about this one? I love this one!!

What a great looking cruiser!

#468 2 years ago

Rainy day so it was a good time to play with the car.
Swapped out the stock plastic wheel for a nice classic Nardi.

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#470 2 years ago
Quoted from jkashani:

Never hauled anything in my R8, well my R8 that I had and turned in after the lease.

Sweet car! That's what I always hated about leasing though... I was scared to do anything that might cause "excess wear".

#472 2 years ago
Quoted from Darcy:

Do not toss that wheel, save it, with the car. The next owner will possibly appreciate having the original steering wheel. You might also notice that since the new wheel is smaller, the car, may be different in steering effort.

2" difference. 16" vs 14" Full turn from stop is a little more effort but I like the feel of "moving" the tires. At speed it's good... no obstruction of vision from above and clears my legs now very well. And the Nardi looks so much sweeter!
Oh I save everything... my hobby was pinball. I'm worse than a hoarder.

#476 2 years ago

Found a nice reliable ride and cheap to work on.

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#483 2 years ago
Quoted from pinster68:

Funny, I was told by Toyota (for my RAV4 lease return) that excessive wear was any damage that couldn't be covered with a credit card. So you could have the car covered in bullet holes and it's just normal wear and tear...

I once leased from Mazda. It was a nightmare return. An inspector went over EVERYTHING with a microscope. It was crazy...they expected a new car back after the lease.... BMW and Lexus were easy.

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#537 2 years ago

A little Volvo mod today.

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#552 2 years ago
Quoted from Impzilla:

Maybe we need some older iron in this post.
My 68 Camaro with 67 fenders and quarters with a 69 hood - still averages out to 68.

When I was in high school, the man down the street was selling his '69 Camaro SS 396. I wanted that car bad! One of my classmates bought the car and drove it every day to school. Son of a bitch!

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#582 2 years ago

New 2" exhaust for the P1800... Gotta' love those Swedes. Now to get it installed.

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#588 2 years ago

This car stuff is just plain crazy... I 'had' to replace my steering wheel with a darker mahogany color to try and better match the faux wood dash. nuts...

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#604 2 years ago

The Volvo with the new exhaust installed. Made a night and day improvement. The old one was rusted out. With improved back pressure, the engine seems to run much smoother.

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#609 2 years ago

It's spring time. It's cruisin' time. Post those driving pics!

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#629 2 years ago

At our local Friday Night Krystal's cruise-in. You gotta' love it..

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#669 2 years ago
Quoted from dasvis:

There was a dealership back in the day that was putting 401's in Gremlins. Talk about an X-package!

I'm longing for someone to put me an LS3 like this in my P1800.

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#673 2 years ago
Quoted from Darcy:

100%, plus the need to upgrade the brakes, and suspension. Yikes! looks front end heavy.

It makes for great dreamin'!

For anyone interested in what can be done with a P1800, this is a great string to watch.
http://forums.swedespeed.com/showthread.php?175204-1968-Volvo-project-Pure-Volvocity

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#684 2 years ago

On the topic of "finds".. what can be better than finding a great Drive-In in 2017. Complete with Car Hops. It's a fading art.
+1 to Debbie's Drive-In in Newport, TN. (yes, where the heck is Newport?) Make it a stop if you're off the beaten path in N. East TN.

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#686 2 years ago
Quoted from MrBally:

I know you said "great" Drive-In, but there are still about 3,500 Sonic Drive-In' s open as of today.....

LOL!! That's why I classified this one as great. REAL burgers, dogs, shakes and sundaes. Sonic is Sonic.
Any of us that remember the real Drive-Ins of the 50's, 60's and 70's knows the difference.

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#689 2 years ago

Decided to give my cars a nicer place to live. Phase 1 on the floor started today. Hopefully finish up tomorrow.

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#695 2 years ago
Quoted from fiberdude120:

Its all about the prepping of the concrete.

Thanks! I could have never done it myself. Unless you have new, unsealed concrete it takes a lot of prep.
I hired a local company that does nothing but floors. They spent 2-3 hours grinding down about 1/4" off the old concrete before starting on the epoxy. The final layer should go on tomorrow. So far I'm happy with the results.

#699 2 years ago
Quoted from MustangPaul:

I take it your not gonna be working on the car in the garage.

"SUPPOSED" to be impervious to most any fluids after the final coat. We'll see!

#704 2 years ago
Quoted from MustangPaul:

That's a given, I'm talkin about 3 ton floor jacks and jack stands. That's what I use.

Correct, I will not be using those on the floor.

#709 2 years ago
Quoted from ovfdfireman:

Just got my car lift today to stack cars!

Please post the pics when it's installed. I'd love to have one of those.

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#712 2 years ago

I thought I'd post a final pic of the floor after completion. Very happy with the result and worth the investment I think.
The Volvo said it was happy.

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#717 2 years ago
Quoted from Darcy:

It has a Manufacturer Plate, some employee on a road trip? Possibly?

I was about to ask that very question! Noticed the manufacturer license plate.
Wondered about that. Henry F. Jr?

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#762 2 years ago
Quoted from fisherdaman:

... and people always stop me to talk about how they never wish they let their bus go.

Buses are coming back with a vengeance.

#779 2 years ago
Quoted from Rabbit:

I dig the exhaust in the picture!

LOL... I'd hate to backup too close to him in a parking lot.

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#804 2 years ago
Quoted from MustangPaul:

Well hurry up, you aint gettin any younger. I bought my 70 Mustang new (I ordered it even, Dec of 69) when I was 17 and still have it. Yup it's 47 years old and better then ever.

I wish I had been smart enough to hang on to a few of my cars through the years. My first car at 16 was a '67 Cougar, sky blue. I really took that car for granted.

#818 2 years ago
Quoted from rotordave:

I'm going to the NZ launch of the McLaren 720s on Weds night....

and..... ?
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#827 2 years ago
Quoted from Roostking:

I like how the corner of the bumper is bent downward(with a huge gap) to make the truck appear lower!

Hydraulic adjustable, like Transformer. (:

#833 2 years ago
Quoted from rotordave:

Like this one?
rd

Lower.

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#837 2 years ago
Quoted from rotordave:

Next door at the Lexus dealership (same family owns both .. plus pretty much all the other upmarket Marques in NZ) they had the new LC500.
I was neither here/there on the car from the photos, but in the flesh it looked pretty cool. I think the black set it off nicely.
rd

They put the steering wheel on the wrong side! Pffftttt...

#840 2 years ago
Quoted from ypurchn:

or this

Minitruckers are the hardest workin' guys in the car scene and consistently get 0 respect and laughed at by most.

I ain't dissin'.... I like her tat! (truck's not bad either)

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#862 2 years ago

I love end of summer night driving. Perfect 62 deg.

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#864 2 years ago
Quoted from Travish:

Until you get a flat and have to be towed at 2:00am.

AAA! They saved my daughter twice this year so far.

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#996 1 year ago
Quoted from Chosen_S:

.... the list goes on

Sweet. Can I borrow the red GT for just a few months. (:
The Superbird would superb but my neighbors would probably claim a homeowner's restriction violation.

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#1014 1 year ago
Quoted from Mr-Hodes:

Just added new wheels as well

I'll keep an eye out around the Tri-Cities. I should be able to spot you. (:

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#1127 1 year ago
Quoted from pinmister:

Man that makes it sound like a drag racing car, very deep and throaty-I like it!

I got a 4 cyl Volvo that's nice and throaty.

#1133 1 year ago
Quoted from Travish:

You bastards got me listening to car exhausts on youtube for 1/2 an hour...

And ?

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#1156 1 year ago

Replacing trunk weather stripping.
Would greatly appreciate tips on removal.

#1159 1 year ago

Yes, it's removing the old stripping and adhesive. I have a replacement but have to get the old nightmare one off!!
Someone had installed incorrect stripping that didn't allow the trunk to close properly.

I cut away some of the old rubber with a razor knife but the remaining is glued hard. I didn't know if I needed to just remove as much as possible and then just soak the remaining with adhesive remover?
Any good removal tool that has less chance to damage the metal?

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#1162 1 year ago

Great tips, thanks! I didn't think about trying the good old heat gun.

#1164 1 year ago

It feels like contact glue. The heat gun definitely helps remove the large chunks. I hope it will expose the adhesive enough to let solvent go to work.

This is going to take a while!

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#1166 1 year ago

Thanks guys! I'll go shopping for glue remover next.
This shit makes mylar removal a walk in the park.

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#1167 1 year ago

Some paint loss was inevitable after removing the JB Weld adhesive applied to the old weather stripping.

Any suggestions on what to use to help prevent rust in those areas.
The spots will be covered by the new weather strip so appearance isn't a real issue.

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#1170 1 year ago

I still can't decide..

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#1174 1 year ago

The Atlas looks VERY nice.

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#1213 1 year ago
Quoted from MrBally:

Flow-thru ventilation.
Here's what it looked like on the side of the highway when it happened.

The magic car smoke oozing across the pavement... ouch.

#1226 1 year ago

Take a minute, go back to page 1 of this thread and review... it's amazing what's here from Pinsiders.

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#1272 1 year ago

Can anyone use these? Bought them for my daughter's camaro but didn't end up using them before she traded the car.
Aluminum. For '14-'15 Camaro.
$25 shipped in the 48.
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Added 19 months ago: SOLD.

#1277 1 year ago
Quoted from littlecammi:

...and it will be a real sleeper once you install it in a 1987 Yugo.

I liked Leno's Camry.

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#1329 1 year ago
Quoted from MustangPaul:

Cool vid, you did a good job. That looks almost like every Friday evening in North St Paul, Minnesota during the summer, just 7 miles away from me. I can't wait to drive my Mustang there, it will be the only car like it....set up for road racing but still street driveable.

I have not been someone to look at a Mustang and call it gorgeous, but now I absolutely can. That's a damn gorgeous Mustang.

#1348 1 year ago

I don't know what it is... Mazeratis popping up all around the town. And I'm in N.E. Tennessee!
Closest Mazerati dealer is a good 90+ miles away... I don't think so.

#1349 1 year ago
Quoted from someotherguy:

I've got way too many "gone but not forgotten" to post here and don't have pictures of many of them, but this little '83 BMW 635csi gray market car was a lot of fun. Euro model, speedo in km/h, headlight wipers, way better looking bumpers (no accordion rubber of the U.S. models), and I do believe higher HP engine than the U.S. model. Not sure why I thought about this car today. Bought it in GA and drove it home to TX; pics are seller's. This was my second 6 and my last BMW; only took me 2 times to learn that lesson!
Richard

I've wanted a 635 for about as many years as I've been driving. I still catch myself looking at the eBay motors ads.

#1355 1 year ago
Quoted from Pinless:

It was by far the most fun car I’ve ever owned. It wasn’t the fastest, most well built, or best looking, but something about it made it the most enjoyable. ...... Who would have ever thought an 80s G body would catch so much attention?

And 85 top end on the speedometer said it all about the era of Detroit at the time.

#1357 1 year ago
Quoted from MrBally:

That was a US Federal regulation. Even Ferrari's sold here had 85 MPH speedometer. I had an '80 VW Scirocco that had an 85 MPH speedometer. I removed the pin so the needle would hit about 95 before hitting the Trip Odometer reset stem.
I had a 1981 Audi with the same thing. Once 1983 rolled around, I bought and installed a '83 speedometer that went to 130.

I had a ‘78 Scirocco. I loved that car. (Till I mowed over 3 small pines going backward.)

#1360 1 year ago
Quoted from MrBally:

Your '78 had a 100 MPH speedometer IIRC.

I know it wasn’t 85! (:

In contrast I had an ‘82 Cutlass. What a piece of crap. I’d be embarrassed to send it off the assembly line with the issues it had.

#1413 1 year ago
Quoted from VacFink:

.... never at a higher value than when you bought it.

That's now what Wayne Carini told me.

#1416 1 year ago
Quoted from Roostking:

I agree. Problem is, we may not even have easy access to gas, so our cars will be monuments to a better time. Also, back in the day hardly anybody thought about future collectibilty. Nowadays half the buyers of "limited cars" store them for future collectibilty. Bless their hearts, but I'm a driver, not a looker. I wouldn't save my gf for the next guy, why would I my car?

On a brighter note, at least some of us won't be as vulnerable to an EMP event. (:

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#1432 1 year ago
Quoted from Ricmaz:

Said goodbye to this one last month. What a fun/scary car on the track. Loved that car.

Listed as one of the most dangerous cars ever..... I want one.

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#1498 1 year ago
Quoted from Roostking:

Yes. Anybody looking forward to autonomous cars and the lack of freedom of movement isn't a car person. Not sorry but have a great Sunday!

I can not contemplate using a driver-less car for personal use. If all you want is to go from point A to point B, there is a definite future and purpose.
For the independence, freedom and joy of driving, this is like a stake in the heart.

Ok, yes I would love to get some of those idiots out from behind the wheel... (:

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#1546 1 year ago

Almost forgot to share this cute little ride waiting in the front row at the stoplight.

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#1552 1 year ago

Spotted this today in N.E. rural TN. Gotta love it despite your politics.

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#1556 1 year ago

Great car and great story behind it!

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#1567 1 year ago

Found a nice pic of my old Raider. I loved that truck.

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#1569 1 year ago
Quoted from crlush:

Did you ever max out the tip guage?

LOL... no. Only vehicle I ever had with one of those.

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#1575 1 year ago
Quoted from Playdium:

390 4 speed in the Cougar?

My first car was a '67 Cougar with a 289. I thought it was a wuss. I wish I had it now!

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#1607 1 year ago
Quoted from Playdium:

I learned to drive a stick on a Fiat 128. A fun little front wheel drive sedan with 14" wheels. Never see them around anymore. Was the steel as bad a early Datsun steel?

I learned the stick on a V6 '72 Mercury Capri. (:

#1609 1 year ago
Quoted from MrBally:

Was that some sort of custom car? I thought Fiesta's were first made in '76 or '77.

LOL! Thank you. I corrected my post. It was a Mercury Capri. My dementia was thinking about my later Ford Fiesta. I’m just glad I didn’t call it a Mercury Fiesta.

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#1626 1 year ago

You never know what you're gonna find when you peek inside the fence.
Some old pics I found from when I lived in Asheville. A couple years ago.

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#1638 1 year ago

Roadkill! Yes!
My heroes.

#1646 1 year ago

Saturday night cruising in the fall.
Get on the road.

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#1686 10 months ago

Great poster I received for a birthday gift to complement the P1800. Thought I would share for the Volvo enthusiasts. (:

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#1705 8 months ago

How do I upvote like 80 times?..

#1708 8 months ago
Quoted from MustangPaul:

Thanks. I just wish I had a good camera, I gotta get me one one of these days.

Trade you a really damn good one and send you pics.

#1733 8 months ago

New trade today. Back to some V8 love.

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#1738 8 months ago
Quoted from tjprice222:

How do you like it? It’s on my short list for my next vehicle but I’ve read mixed reviews about it. The interior sure looks nice for a Nissan. How does it ride and handle? Does the seat cooling feature work well?

So far I love it. I rented a 2018 for a recent long trip and that made the decision to trade.
This 2019 seems to have an improved suspension, especially over rough pavement. That was a complaint I read and was a problem in the 2018 rental.
Get the Platinum edition for sure. Super nice interior for the price. There are current rebates that take a chunk off the sticker.
I generally don't care for rear seat Captain's chairs but these are sweet. With the big rear center console and integrated entertainment system, it's like being in your living room.
The V8 is super smooth and responsive. Strong braking. Seats are very comfortable.
Cameras everywhere. Surround vehicle warnings.
It's minus 30 deg outside but I tested the cooled seats and yes, it got cold quick.
Gas mileage sucks but I didn't expect gas mileage. It's a big ass heavy SUV with 390 hp V8. Can tow a barge.
And about 20K +- less than the Infinity.

#1743 8 months ago
Quoted from MustangPaul:

Your saying it's 30 BELOW ZERO where you are?

LOL! Felt like it. Let me reword that.

#1746 8 months ago
Quoted from zr11990:

What are you going to do with all this cool
Cars when The New Green Deal happens?

Go Mad Max on AOC as she's trying to hitch a ride.

#1757 8 months ago
Quoted from MrBally:

Very thirsty vehicle. No better fuel eCONomy than Ms Bally's old Envoy XLT though. Gas at Costco was exactly $1.00/gallon lower than a Unocal 76 by the airport.

Yes, I'm going to have to learn to buy my gas at Sam's (no Costco here) but that's ok. (:

#1758 8 months ago
Quoted from MrBally:

Per the Nevada Registration, cost was $51,941.00

I came out at $54k+ a few. Costliest otions included the Captain's Chairs package, cross bars, premium paint, illuminated kick plates (nice!) and the lighting package.

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#1820 5 months ago
Quoted from jsyjay:

Cracking weather for a local motor show at the weekend

That's a giveaway...

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#1880 3 months ago

Sneaking some fun on post-op day 5 from a total hip.

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#1882 3 months ago

My P1800. I hadn’t walked in over 2 months. It was feeling rejected. (:

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#1886 3 months ago

That Mustang makes me shrink just looking at it!
Incredible. GREAT job.

#1897 3 months ago
Quoted from ralphwiggum:

Got my first Rotary a few weeks ago... runs great.

Loved my RX-7. I cried when an idiot ran me into a wall.

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#1945 60 days ago

And you can still get them at a "real" price.

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#1988 6 days ago

A great cool night to take out the P1800.

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