Username: DiRF
Ricecop Account Number: 328
Joined On: Jan 08, 2002
Status: Moderator
Real Name: DiRF
Location: Central Florida
Car you drive: 2016 Mazda CX-3 Sport, 2008 Honda VTX1800T3
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Last 10 comments by DiRF

Comment for image #93240 10-21-2019 @ 06:14:43 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
Would I be wrong in thinking that these are the most appropriate cars from this era to wear "Antique Auto" plates now? And I mean that in a positive way.

Comment for image #5053 10-20-2019 @ 11:56:05 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
- Now we're moving far away from V8s again, and FWD-biased AWD has become more prevalent, except for hold-out Chrysler.
- Oh God damn this one hurts. RIP Australian domestic car industry.
- Evo is completely gone worldwide, and the STI is a bloated, over-styled shell of its former self.
- Corvette no longer being Front-engined... the fact the mid-engined Vette finally happened. Wow.
- Mustang still sorta retro... maybe. Challenger took the title of "most-retro pony car"... and the Camaro... good GOD what happened there >_<
- Dieselgate... but on the bright side, half-ton trucks now all have available diesel engines.
- Hatchbacks and wagons have taken over the industry. Completely... only they have chunky fenders, raised suspensions and $5-15k tacked on their MSRPs.
- Aside from pony cars, American convertibles have vanished... also, retractable hardtops appear to have been simply a fad.

Comment for image #70769 10-20-2019 @ 11:48:38 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
One of the few fliplight cars that look better with the lights closed... not that this looks bad by any means with the lights up. I just generally prefer most fliplight cars with their lights up.

Comment for image #63333 10-20-2019 @ 11:24:34 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
I'm making a note here, "Huge Success!"

Comment for image #88606 10-19-2019 @ 12:01:53 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
Most likely a '57 Chrysler Windsor or Saratoga.

Comment for image #32439 10-19-2019 @ 12:46:09 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
Two weeks ago her kidneys shut down. She had to be taken for her "final" vet visit shortly thereafter. My sister was utterly shattered. Still, 16 years for an abandoned feral kitten is not bad.

Comment for image #19083 10-19-2019 @ 12:38:10 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
I still play that game all the freaking time on my phone. Wonder if I'm the only person who still uses it. Lord knows the online multiplayer has been a ghost town for years...

Comment for image #17543 10-19-2019 @ 12:34:16 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
...holy hell that website still exists.

Comment for image #15370 10-19-2019 @ 12:33:14 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
Dead dead deadski. I wish there was some manner of "archived" version of RCF... and Rideroom Forums, as well. I ended up spending a lot of time on both Forums; hell, even participated in a meet-up with a number of the members, as well as hanging out with another member in Orlando for a little bit... now all those memories are completely obliterated.

Comment for image #12628 10-19-2019 @ 12:29:29 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
He is now retired.

He won the Daytona 500. He won the Brickyard 400. Despite only being in the single-digits in the win column, he made those victories count. My fandom for him certainly faded in his Roush years (and I was an ardent Ford hater at the time)... he rejuvenated his career when he went back to Ganassi.

Crazy to think my participation in this pokey little social website has encapsulated a successful driver's entire Nascar Cup career.





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