I will pay you $1500 for your car right now.If I recall properly, the car in my signature stickered at $2714. I do know the current cost to register it for a year is based off its depreciated value based on the original price and age of the car so the registration paid is based on a current depreciated valuation of $411.
So I just checked our trickle charger; it should be putting out about 30v or so, but is in fact pumping just 14v. :lol: No wonder the battery wasn't charging up properly...
Every once in a while I see an '80s Chevy Caprice cop car that's got a bull bar, a black primer and bedliner paint job, a mean sounding SBC and it rides on ~30" mud tires. Even my non-motorhead friends think it's awesome (or terrifying). I'd love seeing an old Benz with the same treatment.Just saw a W124 with a full width bull bar attached, my first thought "yeah, zombie apocalypse ready" then later "in flat black, with a v8"
I had the sound up and when the exhaust opened up my window rattled a bit.Yup.
Case in point.
*ZO6 with cutouts*
Excuse me sir but that would be leatherette! /sarcasmOur family has about four cars. Only one is running, and we need two. So we needed a rental as a temporary replacement.
It's a first-gen Chevy Aveo.
I actually prefer the Quest, honestly. I only rode in the Aveo once, and I already hate it.
Also, who thought vinyl was a good upholstery material?
I think this is just as perfect of a gentleman's express.I really want to get a W124 and drop an LS1 in- that would be the perfect gentleman's express. Obviously, electric cut outs in the exhaust are a must.