you mean something manly like a 3/4 ton 4x4 lifted 12 inches with a turbo diesel right??
not a miata ............. say it aint so
I'm new to the site and therefore have total reverence for the regard in which Bucky is held. But I must say, there is some validity to B.'s comments. I lived in Eagle River, outside of Anchorage, for some time during my youth, and even the WIVES drive 4X4s.
yeah alaska, WE did miss you, and you brash, yhet honest assessments on all issues important to us. hell, without you, all we have left is Barton for sarcasm, and that aint right in anyones book, stick around more, okay man, peace out!!!!
still got El Civico, still got The Tinman, still got 1995 Celica "Black Sabbath". Added "Meathead": 1995 low mileage 2 owner Miata. Sabbath is getting-on in miles, and past abuses make it thirsty for oil. Kept it for Costco runs, taking dogs to the Vet, etc. Basically, was looking for a cheap, sporty small car. Frankly, I'm pretty comfortable with my manhood. Also, I drag race a nitroused bike, so I don't feel the need to make a masculinity statement with my car. In this case, good thing, huh?
You should see those "manly men" in their lifted F350 crew cab power strokes as i zap past them in my "girl's car". with a set of studded Hankook iPikes, this thing ROCKS in the snow. btw, the census of vehicles in the ditch up here shows that the 4X4's are heavily over-represented.
Took the Meathead to "church" Saturday: top-down ride out of town at 4 degrees above. Lemme tell you, it's nice when your bike has a heater !