Didn't you make the neck too on previous builds?
No. They don't react very quickly.
Guess who is considered an expert on that, and even wrote a paper on the testing of EV's.
Results are coming in a week or so. We have press releases for that stuff.
Here's a photo I took of one during test setup. The barrier is seen in the reflection. I thought it was very artsy fartsy, heavy on the latter....
I crash tested three of them last month (along with some other EV's, as part of March-E,....a name I came up with). I love the Mach-E. That thing...
We get new mats are work every year, and the old ones are usually in decent shape. That's one of them.
Under the cover, in the bed, is a 4' long folding plastic table from Target, with a square piece of plastic sign board taped on top of it. Does a...
There's a Nevada in the Philippines?
We live on a street that has one guy who is a massive hoarder. It looks like a junkyard. The person who makes HOA's seem reasonable.
What made you decide to retire the Pyle?
The problem with this one is,....even in 1980, when I started working on cars, 'most' teenage boys weren't. I would put it at 10% that knew how to...
He is just being really, really shy.
The first 15 was enough for me.
CJ Guy hasn't commented on this in half a year.
The paint is shiny, but very wavy. The engine compartment and cowl are still rusty. The floors are rusted. This thing is a polished turd with 2...
Shiny and sparkly
And splendidly bright
Here one day
Gone one night
Gone too soon.
Here's the right rear Sherman panel installed in my 1971 Ranchero. I just used part of it, as I only had one rust hole.
I sent a set to somebody on this forum a couple years back. I can't remember who it was. I still have a few left in decent shape.
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