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You should be staying out of my canoeing streams anyway, ya durn motorhead.
I'll sleep on it.
I always questioned the safety of having the top of the gas tank be the trunk floor. Cheaper and quicker to install, yes, safe, no. I don't recall seeing any GM cars so equipped. Gas tanks mounted behind the driver's seat in a standard pick up, which I believe was common for Ford, GM, Chrysler, was also a questionable set up.If we'd been driving EVs the last 100 years and Elon came out with a new drivetrain that used an explosive and volatile gas to power it, he'd been run out of town as a lunatic, dangerous to the public weal.
I'd be curious to know how long the data store is - just the last 30 seconds or ?
And if it's only 30 seconds, if I rear end someone, maybe I'll shut my car off and then restart it and let it idle a few minutes in the hopes that it erases the speedo reading showing me going 80 in a 30. Assuming there's anything left in the front end to restart.
I want to leave something substantial for my two grandchildren but also want to set up and endowment at my Alma mater. Any thoughts?How about buying a Macan? Roomy enough to grab the kiddos and show them your old haunts, then park it at the airport and take them to Paris.
Alma doesn't need your money, she's loaded.