Minus points for the wrong generation. Seriously, no junkyards in California had NO 3rd gens in stock or being parted out? Even cannibalized ones?P.S. Rutledge gets bonus points for getting an ACTUAL Trans-AM
first, what the fuck are you saying here? do you know english?Minus points for the wrong generation. Seriously, no junkyards in California had NO 3rd gens in stock or being parted out? Even cannibalized ones?
Also, Rutledge was super annoying as fuck in this episode. Made you wanna punch him in the face and balls.....at the same time. We get it your superior, i'm not exactly ready to sacrifice a virgin for you.
Foust in the Subbie......It was great, just......I HATE the fact that when they switch from Outside shots to inside shots. The difference is so ugly and jarring, it was distracting. Also, DON'T FUCKING CUT TO A COMMERCIAL BREAK AT THE CONCLUSION OF TEH RACE!! FOLLOW THRU TO THE REVIEW AND LAP TIME THEN COMMERCIAL!!!
Meh to the rest.
you must remember though that outside of this forum not many people in america even know that TG Aus exists.Apparently they are abroad now, shooting tests in England. Check the "Tanner Foust" thread.
Haven't seen this yet. Also, I was surprised to note that, had TG Australia had another episode, it would have had the exact same theme.
...which is why I addressed my comments here.you must remember though that outside of this forum not many people in america even know that TG Aus exists.
And they get like five viewers each episode right? Lets not bring this back up again please. We've talked this one to death...The Car Show has the cast that should have been TGUS and they have guests that have something to do with cars and automotive news.
We've talked about this before too. I'm sure the challenges are/were the best rated segments of the previous series, which is why we see so many of them. And if you're wondering where a particular segment is, well, take a guess. Sure, we fans are a little tired of all the challenges I'd say, but the show has to do well before it can do more. Give it time.I am sick unto death of cheap cars every week
Funny you should say that, as they weren't shows meant for international export, but for their market. To us, yeah, insight into far away lands; for Russians and Australians, well, many Aussies called TGAus "cringe-worthy" on their board and both shows are now defunct. Make of that what you will.TGR and TGA were superior as they offered insight into far away lands.
Certainly many Great England of Britain Lands can fit between the twoAlso, being from Kansas, shows set in Cali almost seem to be about a 'far away land.'
So would I, but you gotta remember, a working DeLorean costs well over 20 grand. And, like Adam said during the show, there aren't that many '69 Chargers around because the Duke boys kept destroying them.I wish they had gotten actual cars used in the productions and rated them.
But within the three, Rutledge is super annoying when he's winning. Tanner and Adam do have their moments, but it's not to the point where you want to clock the guy just to shut him up. Rutledge has show he's a poor winner in other episodes, but this particular one just threw it into the stratosphere.2. Agree with those who think Rut needs a pie in the face, but really, that's the point. All the hosts get obnoxious when they win; it's that Clarksony thing that got them hired in the first place.
:lol: Yeah, that part surprised me too. I just had to skip back and watch that part over again.Rutledge caught me off guard with the slapping in the face of Foust and Ferrara and I am not sure if they even expected that.
If you're talking about the movie made in 2005, the confederate flag was still on the roof. They did a scene joking about how people would react upon seeing the flag.At least the Duster was painted more accurately then they did in the movie Dukes of Hazards. It did have that big ole Confederate Battle Flag on the Roof like in the TV series. The movie removed the flag and renamed the car from the General Lee to the General, I guess so as not offend anyone.