...it was there this morning!
Current: '03 Dakota SLT.
Former: '02 Dakota SLT, 03 Dakota R/T, '61 Corvair, '87 Volvo 240GL, '91 Grand Prix LE, '04 Grand Prix GTP, '80 Plymouth Champ, '06 Ram RC SB
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@CB NFT meaning "Non Functional Transportation" in this case.
I was considering painting my '03 Dark green over silver, but I had rust issues to fix and valve guides causing oil consumption, and the chrome was peeling off the rims. And then I saw this, with just 42k miles. Local only truck that was bought around here and serviced in town. Couldn't resist.
A guy I work with has a Previa that has a lot of issues like suspension and drivetrain, so we got looking:
Track: 61.2 rear, 61.6 front.
Tesla Model 3:
Find a wrecked model 3 dual motor and do a floorpan swap!
0-60 in 3 seconds in a minivan shaped like a jellybean here we come!
(Disclaimer: we don't have the time nor money to make this happen, but don't kill our dream!)
@RacinBob Recovering the car looks relatively straight forward, the truck is going to take a very large crane though. Based on the failure point it looks like there is a pier that fell. The distance on the car's span is half of the truck's. Meaning there likely SHOULD be something standing there while the roadbed lies flat.
All the aero advantages of the nose and wing got wiped out by the roof delete. They should have gone all the way to speedster-ville.
Shorten and rake the windshield, add a snap on cover. Make the frontal area minimal!
I grew up in a somewhat religious area and it was common for people to switch churches when they didn't like the views of the person leading the church.
This right here is the essence and importance of the freedom of religion, including freedom from religion. If a religion becomes government, switching churches stops becoming a real option without giving up rights and privileges. And often far worse