I gotta ask what is the Horse power in that never mind oh snap I looked at the chart 707hp that is impressive
Is that like a bugger in a couch?
Yep, that’s how I feel every time I step on the loud pedal.
And I also have to say- I was a Landcruser owner back in the day of the real FJ, and a Cherokee owner back in the XJ era....my how things have changed.
707 hp at the crank, but the weight and AWD with ZF 8-speed transmission is incredible at getting the power to the road for maximum acceleration. It’s my daily driver, and can be as tame as any SUV. But when you want to go, it goes like bugger-all!
Speaking of driving a couch- Walrus, show us your Caddie!!
Ha no my caddy is a 2001 sts rebuilt the motor and am just selling it. I’m a Lincoln man now that caddy was cursed. With the rebuilt motor it’s probably around 350hp now which puts the gentleman’s 707hp in perspective
I know but it’s such a fun relic.
My favorite game to play at thrift stores is, Name that stain and what’s that smell?
God JW are things from 2001 relics now I’m feeling even older
This guy approves:
Best thing I've found in an old piece of furniture is a German Eye pocket knife. A really old one but in perfect condition.
I worked at a factory around 50 years ago that manufactured custom designed furniture for hotels and restaurants.
One day we received a shipment of damaged furniture from a casino in Las Vegas.
Several chairs had bullet holes in the backs. We were tearing them down to reupholster them and the guy in the next line over found a German Luger pistol stuck down inside the one he was working on.
He turned it in to the foreman. I'd have kept it, but looking back on it that pistol may have been evidence from a mob hit or casino robbery.
I found $2 in an old chair. I feel ripped off.
This is the real endgame!
That's a great find. Surprised that one made it through the cracks. These usually end up at the Goodwill online auctions.
It doesn’t happen as much anymore because the thrift stores are more educated. 20 years ago I used to pull 2-3 items a week out of the Goodwill or Salvation Army and flip them on eBay. One day I noticed the store had all the antique guide books and everyone was ‘picking’
I used to buy great electronics and vinyl records from two specific goodwills in the area. About 10 years ago they dried up very quickly- they were cherry picking and it never hit the sales floor. I’m sure someone has already done an article on how these “not for profit” charity stores are big business hiding behind philanthropy. If not, someone should.
OMG. What a story.
In a sofa .
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