Username: DiRF
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Joined On: Jan 08, 2002
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Real Name: DiRF
Location: Central Florida
Car you drive: 2016 Mazda CX-3 Sport, 2013 BMW 128i convertible, 2008 Honda VTX1800T3
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Last 10 comments by DiRF

Comment for image #98093 7-01-2022 @ 06:30:32 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
I don't believe the Transit offers a heavier-duty version for upfits/conversions, which is why the E-Series is still hanging on in just that one form.

Comment for image #98093 6-30-2022 @ 11:37:16 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
D'oh. Completely forgot about those. The Ford Econoline is still around in chassis-cab form, too.

Comment for image #77377 6-29-2022 @ 08:16:01 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
Never terribly fond of the facelift applied to the R30. I know it arrived on the scene first, but when I see that fascia, all I can think of is the Proton Saga.

Comment for image #98093 6-29-2022 @ 07:27:04 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
With the Nissan Frontier and Z-car being finally updated, are the GT-R and the Chrysler LX lineup the only legacy pre-2011 cars left on the USDM?

Comment for image #13868 6-28-2022 @ 04:23:03 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
https://youtu.be/P7JRvwfHFwo

Comment for image #33716 6-27-2022 @ 07:40:53 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
The fact that it happened just past 5p local time, on a weekday, could have been an absolute enormous scale disaster with the bridge and freeways collapsing, but it was fortunate that many, many people in the area were staying put, either at home, or at work (or bars/restaurants near work with televisions) to watch the World Series.

I mean, what are the odds, it wasn't just the fact that it was the World Series, but the two teams of the Bay Area. Streets that should have been jammed with cars were almost empty.

Comment for image #98092 6-27-2022 @ 12:40:29 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
Landcrab DNA is difficult to mask.

Comment for image #98090 6-27-2022 @ 12:39:47 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
Kawaii V-Eighto Desu! ^_^

Comment for image #33716 6-26-2022 @ 11:45:12 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
This footage is a true time capsule... essentially seeing the immediate aftermath of a serious earthquake in real-time (barring a 15 minute gap when the network went dark with no power, before the generators kicked-in)

https://youtu.be/P5fJdM69pbQ

Comment for image #98079 6-23-2022 @ 11:02:26 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
It certainly has the face of existential dread.





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