@drVanTraveler This is a good point. Pictures and urls are just text in our composer here so it's be difficult to restrict those. There is maybe some other restrictions we can put in place though, I'll look into it.
@M-T-Blake Auto Modellista & the D1 Drifting games...nice.
I really wish that AM had better driving physics, the concept was so cool and now people are painting their cars like anime drawings (I want that for my flat black Lambretta scooter since I don't want a traditional nice paint job).
@amoore100 I miss Doug’s writing - I enjoy it much more than his videos, which are much more mass market entertainment than catering to the enthusiast niche. I have that book (and its sequel, iirc) and it’s a fun read with good humour and amusing stories and anecdotes. I’m happy for him though that his videos and Cars & Bids have found such success, he deserves it.
@WBizarre please buy one and tell me all the outrageous maintenance and repairs so I can finally kill my lust for a GT
I'm the same way. The GT is one of my dream cars. One of the most beautiful cars ever made in my opinion. I can't imagine the maintenance is as bad as everyone says, but at the same time, I can't take the risk.
@awesomeaustinv If it's an original window motor part in there now, it might be repairable. I'm sure that wouldn't be easy, but older things tend to be made better and rebuildable.
Your mechanic will obviously not be interested in this type of project, so best done yourself.
@EssExTee everyone's dietary needs are different, for me getting rid of processed food has been a huge help. Not so much by choice as they don't really exist in the same way here. Eating everything fresh and with far less sugar has made me lose weight and generally feel better.
@Saracen I figured this was not unlikely to happen with Ford since Ford invested so much in Rivian, which wouldn't really be any weirder than Chevy having GMC and Dodge having RAM if you think about it.
@Highlander Yeah, seems a bit problematic... Apparently there's a pretty big backlog of lift orders if they want to upgrade to something newer and hopefully more reliable too (apparently Leitner-Poma is planning to basically double their US production capacity with a new facility, in addition to expanding their existing Colorado plant)