ekool said:I usually dont go for the dubs or "bling bling" style... but for some reason, wheels like that look at home on the 300C....
Surprise! Road & Track compared 7 Sedans including 2005 Chrysler 300 beat out the 2004 BMW 530i? I am shocked! See this thread:MOMO said:BMW is the ultimate driving machine.
Is that your main and only danger when driving your Bike? No Dubs on 18-Wheeler Trucks and Buses and they provide much more danger. I doubt truck/bus drivers can hear your motorcycle horn either. Or is it you just have no tolerence for the ones with "reclined" seats?crispiegee said:Redman, I agree. I get so tired of people with their dubs and their seats reclined, blaring their stereos so loud that they can't hear my motorcycle's horn (when they cut me off). I know it's a generalization, but that's what I see.
People should pay attention to their driving rather than posing. Just my opinion.
Maybe so, but I'm thinking Chrysler tried to forestall the rush to da' blingsta-hood when they choose the bolt pattern for the wheels. I know for a fact that they can't stand people adding tacky vinyl roofs on the car. Maybe, just maybe, they CARE about the public's perception of their products (go figure dawg).E55 KEV said:Resistance Is Futile!