With the debutNice Price or Crack Pipe Mustang II represents the Do you have friends? Well of course you do—after all,2004 Mercedes Benz E55 AMG are so engaging. With its $8,200 asking, it wouldn’t take a village to buy that Benz either and that resulted in a 70 percent Nice Price vote—our second win of the week! Advertisement I Here’s the short and skinny on all Will the Mach-E be a hit? It’s hard to say. The car is within a few inches in almost all directions of the upcoming Telsa Model Y, and that marque has even Advertisement If the Mach-E does fail it won’t be the first time a Mustang has missed the mark. Back in the early 1970s, The Mustang Advertisement The Mustang II shifted the model Advertisement Here’s the thing, none of this really worked. While the Mustang II was vastly more space-efficient and modern, it lacked the older car’s je ne sais quoi—it wasn’t seen as a true pony car. Advertisement … [Read more...] about At $18,700, Could This 1977 Ford Mustang II Prove An Electrifying Deal?
Ford ha comenzado el proceso para capitalizar el nombre “Mustang” transformándolo en una gama de modelos. Llamado Ford Mustang Mach-E, el primer subproducto es un familiar eléctrico de cuatro puertas que entra en el segmento de los SUV. Acá comparamos Mustang 2020 vs. Ford Mustang Mach-E 2021. Diseño y tecnología El Mach-E está inspirado y no basado en el Mustang. De hecho, no tienen piezas ni partes en común. Mientras que el Mustang se ha ofrecido históricamente como coupé y descapotable, el Mach-E llega como un SUV de cuatro puertas. Los dos modelos comparten detalles de diseño, como los faros traseros, el capó largo y las luces traseras de triple barra, pero nadie podría confundirse. Cada cual cuenta con una identidad bien marcada. Menos paralelos encontramos al hacer la comparación de Ford Mustang 2020 vs. Ford Mustang Mach-E 2021 en el interior. El primero se desarrolló con un enfoque en el … [Read more...] about Ford Mustang 2020 vs. Ford Mustang Mach-E 2021: presente y futuro
Ford promised a lot of new vehicles after it said last year it was axing virtually its entire car lineup in the United States. One of those new vehicles, according to Autocar, is a crossover intended to compete directly with Subaru’s Outback, or something like the Focus Active, which the company had initially said it would still sell here before killing it too. We’ve heard almost all of this before, as Ford gives its cars long, painful deaths. It was in April that a Ford executive said that the company was planning a new “affordable” model that to replace the affordable models it was axing. Ford didn’t say then what kind of car that was, or even say what kind of body style, but you can bet that it is likely the same car Autocar is talking about today in its report, which “is being compared by insiders to the Subaru Outback.” Advertisement The new car is expected in 2021, and will be sold globally. Further, in Europe, it will replace the … [Read more...] about Ford’s Making a New Crossover to Take on the Subaru Outback: Report
The ACLU proved it no longer believes in civil liberties when it honored a woman for leveling a false accusation of attempted rape against an innocent man. On Sunday, the ACLU presented Christine Blasey Ford with the Rodger Baldwin Courage Award. She was given this award for the “courage” she showed in making a provably false allegation of attempted rape against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.The simple fact is this… Over and over and over again, Blasey Ford was proven to be a liar. Her absurd claim that Kavanaugh attempted to rape her at a 1982 house party is simply not true, and was proven to be false by her own so-called witnesses. Blasey Ford’s own witnesses said the high school house party where the attempted rape was supposed to have occurred when she was 15, never happened. One of those witnesses was Blasey Ford’s best friend at the time, a woman who now says she was bullied by Blasey Ford supporters who pressured her to lie and say … [Read more...] about Nolte: Blasey Ford Award Proves the ACLU No Longer Believes in Civil Liberties
The weirdest thing about the new trailer for Call Of The Wild, the latest foray into family-friendly canine-based entertainment, isn’t that Harrison Ford agreed to star incrush my fucking leg in a hydraulic door” clause No, the oddest thing about it is that the film seems to have ignored the opportunity to actually use a real dog at any time in the production. You know, something cute and cuddly and actually real-looking, that could inspire millions of kids and adults alike to go, “Awww” when Ford ruffles its fur and the dog responds by making an adorable lil’ whimper sound. Also, it probably would have saved millions in photorealistic digital effects Advertisement Anyway, iCall Of The Wild, so you probably know the story from not reading it, then A Dog’s Journey-style narration from the mutt’s perspective will be disappointed. Call Of The Wild will be released February 21, 2020. Harrison Ford presumably does not give a good goddamn … [Read more...] about Harrison Ford does most of the growling in the trailer for
A Disney-owned production company has been fined $1.946 million by the British government, for its part in a June 2014 accident that broke Harrison Ford’s leg on the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Foodles Production (UK) Ltd admitted earlier this year that the accident—which happened, in the actor’s own words, when “a fucking great hydraulic door” hit him in the leg after being accidentally activated on set—could have killed Ford if he had been standing in a different position, or if an emergency stop hadn’t been engaged. The court’s biggest complaint was on-set communication, and the fact that no one had taken the time to tell Ford how dangerous the door might be. The accident briefly delayed shooting on the film (giving director J.J. Abrams a chance to rework some of the film’s central relationships, in what sounds like the definition of a mixed blessing). For its own part, Foodles expressed its regrets for the accident, … [Read more...] about Production company fined $1.9 million for breaking Harrison Ford’s leg