Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by xcel, Feb 20, 2013.
This car has seen better days...
The perfect day on an empty road.
I am not quite sure but I don't think it is supposed to work quite that way.
The next Farmers Insurance Commercial.
I can see him saying that now.
"And we covered it."
Hyundai;s latest advert, "Happy Drivers make better drivers..."
When searching for a independent through Groupon to have the Ioniq's oil changed today, I came across a new shop in Vista, Calif. called Convenient Car Care. I called and they said they could fit me in now while my local Hyundai dealer was a week out. They wanted just $11.00 and I said that is to low. Take $16 plus a tip.
While it is a new shop less than a year old, they have some pretty classy appointments for a small independant.
Take a look at this.
Convenient Car Care
Yeah, this is the waiting room seats. Are those cool or what?!
Some of the cool prints on the wall...
Now that is a clock!
How is that for an oil can display! Bokeh!
I am driving the most fuel efficient vehicle available in the U.S. in the form of the 2017 Hyundai #Ioniq Blue across the Southern California desert while wearing a #Dodge #Demon shirt, arguably the fastest straight line car available in the U.S. The irony of the situation is not lost on me.
It is hotter than hell at 114 degrees F so maybe the demon logo is more appropriate than one would think at first glance?
#Efficient long distance #traveler at a Shell near Indio, CA. — at Love's Truck Stop.
Seen in Houston TX, soon available at your local auto auction, comes with slight water damage and a salvage title.
I saw a ton of deer along the road on US 82 through Alabama and Georgia the other night in the #Ioniq but I never saw anything like this!
Who can identify this car ? I sure can't , but I'd like to know.
First it's an old race car maybe an Indy Race Car. Two seats one for the driver and the other for the required mechanic.
That should get some of you on the scent as they say.
Looks like a plastic toy car.
I guess we've all have been doing it wrong.
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