Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Self-Checkout aisles are like wheelchair ramps for introverts.
Jesus. And I thought the kids putting $10,000 worth of upgrades in a $3,000 civic were nuts.But a Damn $150,000 shift knob in a $170,000 car????
I think the second commenter on the Autoblog post had the right idea: "A rock and some bolt cutters; I'll be in and out in 15 seconds!"...Come to think about it: Doesn't Paris Hilton drive a Bentley? Guess we know what her next purchase will be, don't we?
That page took longer to load than my ruger old army, and less satisfying :-)
Wonder if they make one for my bitchin' Elantra?!
...but will it fit my Chevy Monza? 'cause that's how I roll.
Weer'd,this isn't an upgrade, it's "bling". I don;t know about Hondas but I could easily dump ten grand in my Cutlass, especially if I was lazy and bought a crate engine. After ten grand in engine and suspension I'd have a car that'd be quick enough to stay with most cars the friendly side of $40,000.
"Now, do pay close attention, 007. Flip back the top of the jewel-encrusted shift leever, press the button, and the passenger seat is ejected through the roof.""You're joking.""I never joke about my jewel-encrusted work, 007."Of course we all know the real James Bond did not drive a BMW, or an Aston-Martin. He drove a Bentley. Felix Leiter? Studillac.
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