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frogge
Apr 7, 2006




Like any good poor, I did all the maintenance on my '89 Mazda B2200 over the weekend by myself with nothing but parts, tools, a Chilton's guide, and a six pack of cheap beer.

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LT56
Sep 9, 2016

by Smythe


frogge posted:

Like any good poor, I did all the maintenance on my '89 Mazda B2200 over the weekend by myself with nothing but parts, tools, a Chilton's guide, and a six pack of cheap beer.

want 2 fukkk

Tumble
Jun 24, 2003
I'm not thinking of anything!


THE DOG HOUSE posted:

they are pretty pleb man

The engine and drivetrain are electronically limited to 155mph, but can easily do 170mph+ if that's taken off. It's got features that allow the car to read uneven roads and adjust the suspension for maximum comfort before the passenger feels any discomfort. Even the last-gen safety features are barely beginning to be seen on cars in this generation.

It may not be the most exciting vehicle as far as looks go, but it is not a "pleb" car.

BIG-DICK-BUTT-FUCK
Jan 26, 2016

she had tiny Italian boobs.
Well that's my story.


Tumble posted:

The engine and drivetrain are electronically limited to 155mph, but can easily do 170mph+ if that's taken off. It's got features that allow the car to read uneven roads and adjust the suspension for maximum comfort before the passenger feels any discomfort. Even the last-gen safety features are barely beginning to be seen on cars in this generation.

It may not be the most exciting vehicle as far as looks go, but it is not a "pleb" car.

The frame is so sturdy the Jaws Of Life can't even cut through it...there's a marked area on the A pillar that is the only spot they can cut

The S class is loving sweet

Moridin920
Nov 15, 2007

by FactsAreUseless


Tumble posted:

The engine and drivetrain are electronically limited to 155mph, but can easily do 170mph+ if that's taken off. It's got features that allow the car to read uneven roads and adjust the suspension for maximum comfort before the passenger feels any discomfort. Even the last-gen safety features are barely beginning to be seen on cars in this generation.

It may not be the most exciting vehicle as far as looks go, but it is not a "pleb" car.

Are you driving it yourself?

it's pleb

Panty Saluter
Jan 17, 2004

Making learning fun!


Same, but with my balls and your mother's face

Space Race Riot
Jun 4, 2014

Meowdy Purrdner



Grimey Drawer

frogge posted:

Like any good poor, I did all the maintenance on my '89 Mazda B2200 over the weekend by myself with nothing but parts, tools, a Chilton's guide, and a six pack of cheap beer.

This is respectable, but on the other hand requires at least some knowledge, mechanical skill and effort, and I try to avoid all of those things at any cost. I generally pay between 300-500 for my beaters and just run em into the ground. I've had an engine literally catch fire on I-95, and I'm damned proud of it

interwhat
Jul 23, 2005

it's kickin in dude

When you can't make the payments, you don't actually have to drive it back to the dealer, you can just let the repo company take it back. Sorry you had to experience that embarrassment, op

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scuba school sucks
Aug 30, 2012

The brilliance of my posting illuminates the forums like a jar of shining gold when all around is dark

extra stout posted:

if you had done it though, which part of a chicken would you have eaten after? surely not it's fingers

If I was going to cook at home I'd make a beer can chicken, if I was going fast food I'd have gone with Popeyes' bold strips which is practically a finger. Don't ever get the chicken fingers at Hungry Howie's though because they have this weird aftertaste like dry dog food.

In case anybody was wondering I did get around to checking oil and air pressure in my 96 Accord and they were pretty much fine. I did have a problem with the little doohickey that sticks through the brake pedal arm and pushes on the switch that turns the brake lights off. loving little floopjack plastic happy meal garbage cheap piece of poo poo broke after only TWENTY GODDAMN YEARS and they wanted $12.95 shipped for a replacement. Fortunately googling showed me how to rig up a fix with duct tape and a couple of dimes. Hardest thing about the repair was contorting myself upside down with a flashlight in my mouth to where I could see and install the repair. I wonder how many days my brake lights have been on 24/7.

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