Originally Posted by billybob_jcv
If you are going to shoot a rap video, you need to put some 22" spinners on that Rolls...
Not enough rims. Think big man!
Originally Posted by Magick Man
I talked with the people at Woo and they made me an offer that's tough to refuse, they'll swap my GES for a stock black WES and I pay the difference, minus some money for my trouble. Otherwise I'm going to be without my amp for a while. That seems good to me. I like the look of the WES, very sexy.
Also, I finally struck a deal with the guy with the HE-60 (4 months of negotiating???), and I think it's fair. I'm giving him $1600 and a set of my modded T50RPs. Also I'm getting the HEV70 (eww), and a fresh set of earpads. I should have the Senns in a few days, can't wait.
As always Woo is very nice to deal with (never bought one of their amps, but I've corresponded with them - still kind of want one of their amps, but they're so big). Question: what is that white port on the front for? None of the Koss or STAX headphones that I'm aware of can plug into that. And the Sennheisers use some weird d-sub looking thing sort of like (but not the same as) the ESP/950...
Also lulz @ the HE60 affair.
The Neon had 150k miles on it, I s*** you not. They are, no doubt, one of the most shoddy, unreliable, ill-conceived pieces of machinery that it has been mankind's misfortune of manufacturing. (Enough M words for ya?)
That's terrible. I mean it's a 90's Chrysler for you, but that's still terrible.
I'm not a big-truck guy. But I'm a fan of Jeeps, I used to have a CJ back in the day, it was a tough old beast. V8, loud, big mud tires.
I'll just warn you - modern jeeps are nothing like that. They've become more plastic and more targeted at the suburban "badasses" who buy them. If you want something that can travel inclement weather or otherwise be nice in bad situations, just get a Grand Cherokee or Explorer and be through with it. Or find an old CJ and set that up. I still think you need a Tonka though.
The Corniche is starting to get under my skin. It's in California, but the cost of shipping it isn't too bad. It's an `85, certified to be in good working order, has had recent maintenance, and doesn't leak or use oil. Only 48k original miles. If I can work something out with the dealer, I might just get it. Pretty face.
That's very nice. Go for it. I mean, it isn't the deal of the century, but that's very nice. And it's a Corniche. MMMM. Between that and the Aston Martin I really think all you need to add is a smoking jacket and we can just start calling you Hef.
I meant the garage would hold that many "normal" sized cars.
Also, I don't have the M5 anymore. I traded it for the Carrera S, and I don't regret it for a moment. The only car I truly regret getting rid of is my `07 Caddie CTS-V; it was black, beautiful, and badass. I had a momentary lapse of reason and traded it for the M5, when I should have just kept it. Never had a moment's trouble out of it and they really didn't give me a whole lot on trade, either. I was being stupid.
My car *is* normal sized. You just drive compacts.
And the Carrera S could work in the place of the M5 - it doesn't really matter. They're expensive and shiny, that's the point.
And yeah, I'll agree with "stupid" on CTS-V -> M5. Seriously, one of the best cars to come out of GM in the last decade for one of the biggest pains in the ass to come out of Germany ever? WHY?
Oh well, you're buying nice little compact cars now, so that's all good. Some day we'll get you buying adult sized vehicles with adult sized engines. Edited by obobskivich - 9/11/12 at 7:50pm