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    2020 Porsche Panamera

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    2020 Jaguar I-Pace

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  5. So I recently bought a wheel and tire package just to change the look and performance of my GTO by going to a 17" aluminum wheel with a 255/45/17 tire and I expected a ride difference but not as big of a disparity as I am experiencing. The ride is stiffer, I expected that. There is more road feel I expected that. I had 15x7" R2's with a 245/60/15 almost identical in size. The difference I didn't expect was the car didn't track and it seemed more effort was required to keep her in a straight line she seemed to wander all over the road. Just out of curiosity when I returned home I measured from outer edge of tire to outer edge of tire both back and front and the front was 73" wide and the rear was 70". My old set up had all the same wheels with all the same backspace as the new wheels are but I didn't experience the "tracking" issue before......any ideas? Thanks in advance.
  6. 360Rocket

    New shoes

    Dude I kinda nervous about placing it and placing it off center. That’s a lot of landscape of 3MVHB. It’s gonna be tough without doing it in sections cause you can’t do it in sections oh and by the way there is over hang that you have to bend this aluminum plate down to cover the underside of the gauge panel.
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  8. Thanks Frosty. Now, can somebody out there make the Australian peso go up in value so I can actually afford a set?
  9. Fitzy

    65 GP grille

    You can be assured that when I reach the Pearly Gates (unlikely, probably the Downstairs Section instead) I, like the rest of us will receive an itemised tally of all the pollutants our cars spewed out over the decades and payment will be required, in the form of one's soul. In the meantime, be content in the fact that I shall definitely offset any gains being made by hybrids & EVs, simply by starting the beast.
  10. Hi all - forum newbie and first post. Looking for some help! I'm in the process of pulling out the 326/2 and ST300 from our '66 Tempest convertible, with the intention of swapping in a '64 389/4 and (eventually) 200-4r transmission. Question: the 389 has no starter (as it was mounted to previous trans from the Catalina) or flexplate, so I need to re-use the starter/solenoid and flexplate from the 326. I am assuming this will work without issue but wanted to check with you all first. The 64 block has provisions for the starter, so I won't need a bellhousing adapter. Anything I'm missing or not considering? Any help is appreciated in advance - thanks!
  11. Doug's Headers is one of the oldest and most reliable header companies for Pontiacs in North America. If they say they fit a '65 389 GP, they do unless a previous owner has changed up something unexpectedly. A lot of other big header companies, like Hooker Headers, no longer offer headers for these older Pontiacs.
  12. Frosty

    New shoes

    I thought so. Give us overall shot of the interior once you've got everything put back together. I curious to see who it looks overall.
  13. First drive: 2020 Audi Q7 goes long on tech, short on space and fuel economy The mid-cycle refresh of the 2020 Audi Q7 crossover SUV brings a mix of contradictory developments. The new MIB3 infotainment system makes the best native navigation on the market even better, but the new turbocharged V-6 contributes to lower fuel economy than the...View the full article
  14. 360Rocket

    New shoes

    Yessir
  15. Frosty

    Detroit Autorama - Feb 28-Mar 1

    I know Joe's game, but I don't want you to shoot him either.......** rimshot ** So go Sunday.....
  16. Frosty

    65 GP grille

    Shuffle board? Yahtzee? A Kiwi Rapper? Becoming part of the ever growing global paparazzi problem? Stalking your prime minister? Nah, just burn more than your fair share of hydro-carbons. Your Grand Prix can make up for, oh I don't know, 10 or more Priuses.
  17. Frosty

    New shoes

    The 2nd-gen Trans Am turned dash effect?
  18. The mid-cycle refresh of the 2020 Audi Q7 crossover SUV brings a mix of contradictory developments. The new MIB3 infotainment system makes the best native navigation on the market even better, but the new turbocharged V-6 contributes to lower fuel economy than the outgoing supercharged V-6. While it may seem like one step forward, one step back...View the full article
  19. We’re all Loverboy and we’re all working for the weekend. When it comes time to hit the road with the family and toys, few SUVs can do it better than the 2020 Ford Expedition and 2020 Chevy Suburban. They’re kings (or queens) of weekends. Both SUVs offer big power, big space, and in some cases, big price tags. The only thing...View the full article
  20. cowboydanny

    new member 1931 Sport Sedan

    Rebel I sent you a message check there for info. It's supposed to be in the 40s this next week so maybe I can run some water thru it. I have a hot water valve on the side of my garage. So that may help. Dan
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    2020 Mazda MX-5 Miata

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    2020 Porsche Cayenne

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    2020 Acura NSX

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  24. Frosty

    New shoes

    Ooooohhhhhh! Aaaaaahhhhhhh! Good looking shoes bud!
  25. 360Rocket

    New shoes

    Never been a fan of the woodgrain. Here is another project I am in the middle of....
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  27. Last Indian

    New shoes

    Copy that! Really! Great to hear from you as JustA said!
  28. The 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid will have EPA fuel-economy ratings of 40 mpg city, 35 highway, 38 combined when it arrives on dealer lots March 1, the automaker announced Thursday. The first hybrid version of Honda's best-selling model in the U.S. is a bit of disappointment. Three of the best-selling compact crossovers come as hybrids this year, and...View the full article
  29. 360Rocket

    New shoes

    Yeah busy busy with a new job and barely any free time to speak of. But the extra money means more upgrades.
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