They need those releases on the inside of toolboxes too. You know, those chrome tool boxes that go in the bed of a truck. Yep, you can fit in one. No, you really can't get back out.. » 12/27/14 7:51pm 12/27/14 7:51pm

One of the few occasions I think an LS swap would have been better. Stuff an LS9 in there from a wrecked ZR-1, and instant win. With the right exhaust the LS could even still have that 'exotic' sound that would match the DB7s beautiful exotic looks, not to mention that the hood would still fit! I just can't picture a… » 12/27/14 10:47am 12/27/14 10:47am

That's not bad at all. Radiator is prolly toast, but I bet it's still driveable. Wonder if I can talk my wife into me buying it's remains, and stuffing that engine/trans/rear/suspension/brakes on my Magnum. Prolly the front seats too. Ooooo, 707 hp Magnum... » 12/22/14 5:46pm 12/22/14 5:46pm

I'd be worried about those trucks with the mirrors that stick really far out, the ones designed to see past big trailers. My trucks mirrors stick quite a ways out, and they are right at face level of a rider. My old bosses work truck was right at the legal limit, mirror to mirror, I have a hard time imagining a rider… » 12/18/14 8:18pm 12/18/14 8:18pm

Its funny how these things are brand new, with fluorescent lights shining against the paint work, and they still look like heaps of shit. Like, somehow, they don't look new, they still look used. » 12/11/14 9:42pm 12/11/14 9:42pm

My Grandmother had one of those, I think it was called a Park Avenue , but looked exactly the same. I was way to young to know if it was shitty or not. She seemed to like it, and I liked how the leather seats made so much noise when I moved around, that rubbery, farty noise. My grandparents were hard of hearing, so I… » 12/11/14 5:11pm 12/11/14 5:11pm

You want dangerous? Hook up said jeep to the back of a truck, then have that truck haul ass. This is me and my brother in law. I got a broken wrist from this dumbass idea. » 12/05/14 4:43pm 12/05/14 4:43pm

I worked at the Nissan plant that the Frontiers, Xterras, Pathfinders, and Equators were built, all on the same line. We would build around 500 units, per shift. So around 1500 a day. Out of those, only 2 or 3 per shift would be Equators. Thing is, I actually liked the Equators better than the Frontiers, they had much… » 12/03/14 5:07pm 12/03/14 5:07pm

That is very impressive. Stuff like that is why I got laid off as a graphics/3D artist. It's not that I am not talented enough, I just never learned how to do any of those kind of effects. That's just all new stuff I was never taught how to do. When I got into it, all I had to do was make a 3D model, texture it, and… » 12/02/14 8:52pm 12/02/14 8:52pm

My old '65. Well....it wasn't a Caprice, it was a Bel Air. But the Caprice was just a trim level this year, and was basically identical to my car. Hrrrnnnng.. I loved that friggen car. » 12/01/14 4:30pm 12/01/14 4:30pm