Hear, hear. I'd definitely agree there's a high percentage of the moody, reflective, and even depressed here - I for one do much better these days than I did back in college, when I just about fell apart. It helps to have a table to sit around. » 12/09/14 10:39pm 12/09/14 10:39pm

I do kind of wonder if it goes through powerplants like candy. The ordinary PT is already too much car for the drivetrain, and I have no idea what would possibly scale to make it better with *more weight*, probably 60%. » 12/05/14 6:25pm 12/05/14 6:25pm

It should also be noted that mounting wings very high to get them away from the body was not novel in any way to the aero Mopars. Not even close. I guess if I ever find a time machine my first priority is to tell Chaparral and Brabham they're a bunch of ass-grabbing fools, because they don't have trunks. » 12/03/14 7:43pm 12/03/14 7:43pm

I think we can blame this on the early and idiosyncratic cornering of the market of the word "mid" by the rear mid crowd to sell it as something really special. It's not any more "mid" except by convention and tradition. There is one point on which it has a leg up on front/mid classification-wise, though: There's more… » 11/24/14 11:16pm 11/24/14 11:16pm

A lot of cars *are* designed to be lifted on the drip edge of the rocker panel, but when that's the case the points to be used tend to be very limited. This isn't 105% wrong, but has the possibility to go *very* wrong. » 11/20/14 12:52pm 11/20/14 12:52pm