Currently driving a 2009 Toyota Rav4 Sport. 68k miles, runs good, but looking to use it as a winter/beater vehicle.
Now that I have a good career and can afford it, I'm thinking about a Dodge Challenger, possibly manual Hemi. Of course I'll only drive this when the weather in the Buffalo area cooperates.
I'm actually not a kid; it's my nickname. I'm the youngest guy at my job. Only until after I created my account did I realize it made my sound like I'm 12. "Giddy up"- Cosmo KramerFinally got an avatar! Darien Lake coaster drought: 16 years and counting.....
Currently, I think I've found the ideal two vehicles to own as a pair for the young car enthusiast:
From one subaru owner to another ::wave::
They really are amazing machines! Loving your wheels and roof rack...I'm bone stock other than a slightly illegal tint, for now. Until that loan is paid off
I just installed coil overs last week. That wheel gap was killing me, Only lowerd it about 1.5 inches.. I also installed demon eyes and halos. I don't have eny extreme mods just some tastefull mods to keep my car reliable.
Your going to be so stoked once you go stage 1 (access port) it's like driving a whole new car, and best of all, no turbo lag.
TOP 5 COASTERS (5) EXPEDITION EVEREST DAK (4) RAIL BLAZER CGA (3) BIZZARO SFNE(2) IRON RATTLER SFFT (1) TWISTED COLLOSUS SFMM
Anyone remember the days when these were called Taglines?
I went and looked at a new car today, and so far I have been super pleased by it. As most of you know, I have a really bad back, and I have a LOT of back problems. The only reason I went to look at this car is because the driver's seat has the "massage seat" feature. Which, as you can imagine, means my car seat will give me a massage while I am driving. . . And when you have the back problems that I have, any type of relief is very much appreciated! The only problem with the new car is that it gets 17 mpg. . . and having a husband who drives a Tesla. . . Trying to convince him to allow me to get a car that get's awful gas millage is damn near impossible. . .
However, aside from the massaging seat, there was another feature I loved, that I wasn't expecting. . . and that was the "approach" lighting. . . Which meant as I got close to the car with the key in my pocket, it projected a "welcome mat" on the ground below the doors, and the door handles lit up with a nice soft glow! We are going to test drive it tomorrow, and if all goes well, I MIGHT.... and that's a BIG might. . . Get a new car tomorrow!!
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