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9 years ago @ Hooniverse - V.I.S.I.T. - 1970 Saab 95 · 0 replies · +3 points

I adore light blue Swedes, and I adore wagons.

*wistful sigh*

9 years ago @ Hooniverse - Last Call- Ninetee... · 0 replies · +1 points

Nope, but it was a surprisingly prescient guess - the car was spotted at a foreign-auto shop, and turned out to be parked beside a Fiat 124 Spider that he'd shown me before.

In the end, it was a '70 Satellite/GTX/Road Runner of some sort... and it was orange.

It did have a cream convertible top, though.

9 years ago @ Hooniverse - Last Call- Ninetee... · 0 replies · +1 points


What Furretson is asking is an entirely different question, actually.

He saw a car today. Some sort of '70sish two-door sedan, sort of vaguely like a Datsun 510, a Volvo 142, a BMW 2002. Flattish beltline. Square cabin. Rounded-rectangle headlights, he thinks. Light butterscotch with a Cheerios vinyl top, probably.

And those taillights.

I feel as though I've seen them on something, but I can't think of what.


10 years ago @ Hooniverse - Weekend Edition Quick ... · 0 replies · +4 points

...or strap an Eaton M90 onto the /6.

Why not?

10 years ago @ Hooniverse - Fantasy Finds Friday: ... · 0 replies · +2 points

I was going to mention that this is no E28 with fuzzy dangling limbs!

To answer the original question, of course I'd leave it as-is. I'd probably Rickroll passersby (as the Nyancar folks did) once the seemingly endless Nyancat variations wore thin.

10 years ago @ Hooniverse - V.I.S.I.T.: The V.I.S.... · 1 reply · +10 points

I believe the Facebook page was originally the work of one JoSchmo (you all know him) and blossomed from there. I'd say it's been a success.

10 years ago @ Hooniverse - Hooniverse Asks - What... · 0 replies · +2 points

I'd settle for the Focus wagon, honestly.

10 years ago @ Hooniverse - Thursday Trivia · 0 replies · +3 points

The cars became Moststates once they reached several years of age.

10 years ago @ Hooniverse - Thursday Trivia · 0 replies · +1 points

My Dremel is a Craftsman, but it's identical to a Dremel 300, so I feel no shame in using a genericised trademark.

Well, it's not completely identical. For one, it's black and red. For another, it was once partially submerged in used 10w30, so its variable speeds aren't quite as varied anymore, even after a complete disassembly and thorough cleaning.

10 years ago @ Hooniverse - Hooniverse Asks- What... · 0 replies · +2 points

And with the NX2000 listed, everything I had in mind has been mentioned.

I occasionally hunt around Craigslist for those and MX-3s. I'll probably never own either, but...