NiteFire said:now why is everything nowadays front wheel drive? All I see are FWD or AWD. RWD is my personal Fav, so why are almost all cars becoming front now?
the new monte carlo is a huge piece of ****. My mom has a 05 ss, and its garbage, non supercharged.Rally said:They supposedly handle better (although if they lose traction, they're much harder to get back under control and a RWD), and RWDs "cost too much". I know I was reading in an issue of Automobile that GM ditched a project to get the Monte Carlo onto a RWD platform because it was "too expensive".
And they got their phones through us. I had to call them once to let them know that a password of "1234" on their voicemail let someone hack their PBX and route calls to Mauritania.when I went up to the plant a number of years ago, after it had been shut down, sold, partially demolished, and converted into a warehousing and distribution center.
What museum is this?That one looks like it is a brighter red than the one I saw. No guarantees the one I saw was the LAST one; just that (according to the owner) it was the last VIN number. I think someone said the last MN12 off the assembly line had 15 inch wheels, but the one at the museum I went to has 16 inch wheels. Even if it is not actually THE LAST MN12, it is still pretty cool that one of the last ones ever made has been perfectly preserved.
I wished my video of the car was not so shaky and caught the vin number. At the time, I was more drawn towards the mint 1989 SuperCoupe and the 35th anniversary SuperCoupe with 25 miles on it at the same museum. I think there is a MN12 Cougar somewhere and a Lincoln MKVII at that place; so I was already planning on going back at some point in the future.