My name is Sheridan
- Mar 31, 2009
with a baja racer he can have a mid-engined truck ....
Have you thought about buying cheap property in another country, buying and registering a car there and then just using it in Norway?Well since I would never base my choice on car on kids or needing big space, I'd most certainly pick the Audi TT-RS.
In Sprintblue color, ordinary sportseats (not the silly bucketseats) in Alcantara black/black/silver and otherwise fitted with all the goodies.
Maybe without the spoiler at the back.
Realistically I'm looking at a TTS right now, but would of course want the excellent engine in the TT-RS. Unfortunately, the pricedifference here is the equivalent of 50.000 pounds...
Thank you, thank you. Word is, while filming the next series, before it erupted, they took the same truck over this infamous volcano. Y'know the one thats been making air travel a nightmare for many. Apparently TG is taking responsibility ha haThat said, I think the TG Hilux wins this thread.
Yup it's a M35 2-1/2 ton cargo truckOh, wow, I think that might be the truck from Tremors 2: Aftershocks. I just watched that movie last week. I hadn't seen it in ages.
I don't know trucks very well... but he said something about it being a 'mil-spec deuce-and-a-half'. Some googling revealed that mil-spec means military specification and knowledge that I already had suggests that deuce and-a-half means two and a half.
So is that what that is?
Exactly. I saw a blue one the other day, at first glance it was just another generic A4... but you look at those arches, spolier and you hear it! Audi RS cars are just like BMW M cars before they got stupid and flashy.
I can see a hood bulge, but it doesn't look all that bad to me. I've seen a couple of RS4s in the flesh, and I think it looks subtle at a glance, but menacing in the details. A quick glance and you could mistake it with an A4 or S4, but have a better look at the small details and you'll begin to see that what it really is, is an RS4.