Username: DiRF
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Real Name: DiRF
Location: Central Florida
Car you drive: 2015 Fiat 500c, 2008 Honda VTX1800T
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Last 10 comments by DiRF

Comment for image #92199 10-16-2017 @ 12:43:38 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
The wording on the Wikipedia leads me to believe that all '85-'90 Electras had the reverse-opening hood.

Car still holds a very dear place in my heart, since my grandfather had an '89 Electra Park Avenue. Apparently, he tested ALL the "large" FWD GM vehicles at the time, and the Buick was the only one that took bumps without A) shaking/shimmying and B) wallowing way too much afterwards.

Comment for image #96489 10-15-2017 @ 08:55:38 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
Newer fascia on an older model?

Comment for image #96485 10-15-2017 @ 08:54:40 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
Both Ford and GM toyed with the idea of a minivan in the '70s and early '80s... but only Chrysler had the balls to pull the trigger, and have reaped the benefits ever since.

I'll admit that ChryCo has issues with build/material quality and durable engineering, but they've had a better track record with innovation and boundary-breaking vehicles... Ford and GM generally have to play catch-up.

Comment for image #96488 10-14-2017 @ 12:29:07 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
Kinda like that stripe on the roof.

Comment for image #54545 10-14-2017 @ 12:28:32 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
Money no object, I'd totally get a 1st gen Miata and that kit... park it right next to a brand new Nissan Altima with a Mitsuoka Galue front-fascia... (I'm weird like that)

Comment for image #54545 10-12-2017 @ 08:46:35 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
Apparently it's a kit from a company called Hiroshi... but I can't seem to find any official website for the company... only various car blogs and websites discussing it...

Comment for image #44843 10-11-2017 @ 11:36:32 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
Is it crazy that I think the 360 Modena front fascia looks better on this Supra than on the actual Ferrari?

Comment for image #93175 10-08-2017 @ 10:00:40 AM
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Comment for image #93175 10-07-2017 @ 11:43:02 AM
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Comment for image #96480 10-07-2017 @ 08:37:41 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
Heh... I had actually completely forgotten about the rebadged-HD Rams that "Sterling Trucks" sold... that didn't last long. Wonder if these grilles are a hot commodity in the scrapyard/spare parts market.

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