Discussion in 'Media' started by Jeffuhnator, Feb 7, 2015.
@ethlar - Saw this on YouTube and thought of you
Sounds fantastic, but i lost a lot of love for Matt when he bought this:
Raving about how its a rare color and in perfect condition and plans to hack it up into a safari build
That thing looks way too nice. Like, the beginning shots make the paint and body look pristine. If he really does the lift and takes it off-roading....
Why not just build a buggy with a 2332 in it? Thing would do wheelies up dunes. Instead he rather hack a beautiful thing for YouTube views. Gets me kind of pissed off inside lol.
Hes getting some views, but a lot of people are rightly pissed for taking a near perfect survivor car when there are so many better 911 candidates for a safari build. Never even seen a Cassis red 911 before and hes gonna repaint it
S2000-Powered Toyota AE86
Honda NSX (The most beautiful tribute/car video ever made)
Yeah I saw that last month. Glad Matt isn't doing One Take anymore
That is so sexy. The new one is meh.
I like the way the new ones look but the style nsx in this vid is easily in my top 3 favorite hondas. Be to scared to drive it if I owned one.
2019 zr1 Jay Leno
******* street legal nascar. I’m so happy they didn’t get rid of the stick shift. Some how. Some day. I will have a vette.
active aero that is responsive to the steering wheel
Zenvo premiered the road-going TSR-S at March’s Geneva Motor Show and with it, launched a new type of rear wing unlike anything we’ve seen before.
Dubbed the Centripetal Wing, the carbon fiber monstrosity moves whenever the steering wheel is turned. For example, when the hypercar is being steered around a right-hand bend, the wing aggressively slants to the left.
the vette startup at 2:09 is just nasty sounding. wow
I’d take the new one is it was offered in the states.....weird engine and all, lol
The FiST isn't known for it's quarter mile times lol it's all about the suspension/handling. Twisties is where it shines.
They wouldn't ever bring that engine over to the States.
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