Nooooooo way. :( Not enough manual boxbody Cavaliers/Sunbirds left.
Utes are great for burnouts!
lol, they need two superchargers on a built V8 to smoke up a couple of all-season tires on a vehicle with a 70/30 front weight bias? They shouldn't need more than 350HP, which is less than an LS7 makes right out of the crate.
Ha we dont need two blowers to do burnouts, we can do it with one.
On topic of supercharged burnout beasts
Had this favorited for a while, I love the little rev at the beginning, reminds me of the fast and the furious.
Took some new pictues
It has things in the back so it's sitting like a dog
It's my toolbox packed with shit so it's heavy as hell. Also I live in Norway so the dirt is 90% road salt and I'll wash it this weekend so I'm hoping to get new pictures then.
Also theres a couple of liters of window washer and coolant and brake fluid in the back
My EF sits the same way when there is a bunch of shit in the back :P
Here's a picture of my car, next to an American import I found on my street.
I have an American friend of the same age that drives a dark green version of said import.
So I had to park up and send him this picture! Damn Avalanche takes up two spaces (it's been illegally parked for the sake of others, as parking space is an issue on the street).
Ohh my cars been put to shame though :(
This car will definately have to take various 'long way rounds' because I know plenty of roads in my area this cannot physically get through without blocking the other side.
However, there is a local with a 10 year old Mustang. He regularly parks it on the main road. The road has parked cars on both sides with traffic easily flowing between. But when this damn Mustang parks there, one side of the road is blocked off and it creates a traffic nihgtmare. Damn cars too wide, the wheels are beyondthe white line for the space :/
are roads seriously so small there a mustang is too big?
Haters gonna hate. It's got automatic doors and trunk, and an 8 in TV
Our '96 has 160,000 miles and no transmission anymore. Well, specifically, no fourth gear, but the fluid's burnt so if we try to drive it first, second, third and reverse won't be far behind. Fucking Ultradrive. On a somewhat related note there is now a strict "No Mopars Allowed" rule regarding cars we buy.
We do. Well, for us they aren't tiny. They're about the right size because of the size of our cars. But when a fat American car arrives there's no room to spare.
Kinda like our fast food joints.
Yeah, we have adequate, appropriate sized roads. I've gotten through that road with a lorry on the other side. But not when there's a parked Mustang.