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The traditional quaff in the winner’s circle at the Indy 500 may be milk, but as today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Chevy proves, the race’s pace cars have to be a little flashier than a plain old bottle of moo juice. Let’s see how excited you could get over this older Indy pacer’s price. According to Kelly Blue Book, the average transaction price for a new car in 2019 is just north of $37,000. Of course, nobody wants to be average and that’s why used cars like yesterday’s 2015 Porsche Macan S—which also happened to be $37,000—are such an attractive proposition. Advertisement Oh sure, the purists may want to spend their Porsche pennies on something a little lower to the ground, but as was pointed out by many of you in the comments, if you’re going to get on the crossover caravan, the Macan is a fine contender in which to do so. That price tag just sweetened the deal with a narrow 53 percent Nice Price win for the … [Read more...] about At $8,500, Does This 1990 Chevy Beretta Indy Pace Car Deserve A Shot?
If you’re already a Chevy Corvette owner, you’re probably a huge fan of “big deals.” Well, GM is offering up a “big one” as it tries to sell the last of the front-engine C7 Corvettes, now offering over $9,000 to anyone who owns or leases any Corvette. What an upgrade! The Corvette has been around for over 60 years, which means there are a lot out there and a lot of people who own them. Those people can get up to $9,400 off of a brand new C7 Corvette... today only. Technically you had all holiday weekend but I only caught it now, and the offer could be extended depending on how many models Chevy moves. Advertisement If they do not move many, they’ll probably extend it. You could probably even just ask your local dealer, they probably want to get rid of these old, terrible, front-engine Corvettes as well, as engines in the front are for peasants. Still—this represents one of the biggest discounts on a Corvette, according to GM … [Read more...] about You Can Get Over $9,000 Off A New C7 Corvette If You Already Own A Corvette
Today, we're always being told that videogames are social. It's only recently that I've been able to take enough of a step back to realise that this is weapons-grade nonsense. Social gaming isn't a "share" button, or achievements, or single shard servers. Social gaming is getting home and not being able to have sex because your partner wasn't kidding about you invading Kamchatka. Social gaming is an entire match coming down to you looking your best friend in the eye, and deciding if you can trust him. Advertisement And as a fundamentally social hobby, it makes sense that co-op board games are popular. Disease-battler Pandemic gets a lot of love, and as an aside, if you play it and feel brave, you should totally move up to either Ghost Stories or Space Alert. BUT, but, I think there's something even more social than co-op games. I'm talking about team games. I'm talking about working together with your friends, but against another tribe of competitive humans. It's the most fun you … [Read more...] about You’re With Me: 5 Team Board Games You Should Play
I had a series of places I needed to be that were on three of the far corners of the U.S. (and beyond), and there was just no way I was going to be able to drive it, so I had to say good bye to my beloved van for a bit. I parked Ashley (The Beast) at a cheap, long-term lot near the Portland Airport. I packed a suitcase and a backpack, locked the doors, and hopped a quick flight to Vancouver. [Check out the video highlights] I had been invited on this trip by Cascade Designs, the company that make MSR and Therm-a-rest backpacking and camping gear. Press trips are strange animals. A company brings a group of reporters out to test or experience some product or products they make. Hopefully the product is actually something worth writing about. Sometimes it isn’t, and that’s when you have to have an awkward conversation. Different journalists and different outlets have wildly different philosophies about these trips. Some flat-out refuse all of them because of the obvious … [Read more...] about The British Columbian Wilderness and the Baddest Water Filter Ever Built