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    There is a part of me, a stupid part admittedly,...

    There is a part of me, a stupid part admittedly, that wonders whether or not the Buick would be more fun at normal road speeds. Yes, The Sabre is awful in almost every way, but the M5 would be so...
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    The real question is: will Jeep continue to be...

    The real question is: will Jeep continue to be more valuable than the colossus in aggregate?
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    No competition! Except in fuel economy, the Buick...

    No competition! Except in fuel economy, the Buick is superior in every metric! As an added bonus when you corner, your hubcaps fall off.
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    It speaks volumes (and I agree) that you didn't...

    It speaks volumes (and I agree) that you didn't mention Volkswagen.
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    I noticed a Mk. Z today and thought it was a...

    I noticed a Mk. Z today and thought it was a handsome car; the Continental is (was) too. Too bad they were built on the woeful Taurus platform.

    The State of the Electric Crossover is strong and...
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    It's interesting the technology that this...

    It's interesting the technology that this otherwise lazy and recidivist design could be ordered with.

    What season is that from? Things got pretty dire towards the end, and despite (I think) having...
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    This is an interesting point. I'm not one for...

    This is an interesting point. I'm not one for conspiracy theories, so I do not think this is a conscious effort, but the modern turbocharged engine does seem to be priming us for the electric future....
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    There was a great photo circulating a week or so...

    There was a great photo circulating a week or so ago of a bunch of those stupid scooters alight and being used as a barricade by French protesters. The French are good at that sort of thing...
    The...
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    Considering this thing weighs about the same as a...

    Considering this thing weighs about the same as a '59 Cadillac, it probably needs all that torque to climb a 5% grade.

    BMW seems to be creatively lost; big heavy car with a V8 motor is hardly an...
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    Fair enough, that would require a lot of...

    Fair enough, that would require a lot of commitment that most casual bike commuters aren't interested in. I had fun biking in Mexico City when I was there, but the 7,500ft (2,200m) elevation and the...
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    Yeah, we're certainly not at the point where...

    Yeah, we're certainly not at the point where having an EV as your only car is practical, but for those with multiple cars (perhaps a uniquely-American problem says the man with three cars and two...
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    Yep, some people, like Tesla, are getting a bit...

    Yep, some people, like Tesla, are getting a bit more clever with their motors, but by and large it's all those damned laptop batteries shoved under the floor. Unfortunately, the more clever they get,...
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    Don't you think that particular shark was jumped...

    Don't you think that particular shark was jumped when they put a V10 in it?

    Call me an internet car guy, but a 3L six and a 4L eight strike me as the the right size for the M3 and M5,...
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    It does make sense for it to be a purpose-built...

    It does make sense for it to be a purpose-built EV, but that price is exorbitant.

    Do you folks in the Eurozone get government rebates from buying EVs?
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    What a wretched thing.

    What a wretched thing.
  16. Hey W, The Roush Mustang's engine is listed as...

    Hey W,

    The Roush Mustang's engine is listed as a Bentley 4 1/2 liter.
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    Good stuff, MoS! Do you have the export...

    Good stuff, MoS!

    Do you have the export version of this generation? I passed my test in a weird plum/brown pearl painted wagon of that generation.

    EDIT: Goddamn, I was spot on. Toyota called...
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    First good-looking Ferrari in quite some time,...

    First good-looking Ferrari in quite some time, though definitely nothing unique or special; I see some Supra and some F-Type in the nose, Mazda RX-Vision in the body and tail, and 911 in the roof.
  19. Seeing cars this large on four-lug wheels warms...

    Seeing cars this large on four-lug wheels warms my heart.
  20. Is this the most-American (albeit shrunken)...

    Is this the most-American (albeit shrunken) looking non-American car? I think it might be. Nissan takes the naming stakes with the Gloria Brougham, but this has just the right amount of faux-rococo...
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    Every automaker is suffering. FCA, especially,...

    Every automaker is suffering. FCA, especially, seems to be in dire straits.
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    The 993 has aged so well, though I'm not a fan of...

    The 993 has aged so well, though I'm not a fan of the riveted-on overfenders.
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    I am curious what the stereotype of the ShitiGolf...

    I am curious what the stereotype of the ShitiGolf driver is in the GTA. In Montreal, they always seem lost, but then again, so does everyone else.

    Actually this is a fascinating thought...
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    Sticky: No problem. I discovered it recently myself while...

    No problem. I discovered it recently myself while attempting to find Honda-powered Twingoes.
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    Sticky: Renault Project H 133% of a PRV V6 and panel...

    Renault Project H

    133% of a PRV V6 and panel gaps the size of Alsace-Lorraine can't be bad
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