A buddy of mine had a Basset Hound named Flopsy whose bark sounded exactly like the starter of a 1974 Jaguar E Type V12 my father had. I loved ringing the doorbell and hearing Flopsy "start the Jag". »
I think cbryce59 meant as part of the cooking preparation (trussed), not as in coming in the same place. »
Interesting article. I'd also love to see one on Song, which I always thought was a better airline than its parent Delta. »
The Silk Road private train is somewhat expensive at $44,595 for a single in "Gold Class". The Imperial Suite is even more, but you've got to ask. »
No but this is:
A sandwich and some potato chips walk into a bar. The bartender kicks them out saying, "Sorry but we don't serve food here." »
Thanks for posting this. I was tempted but saw this and other comments about learning how to listen critically. Now I don't want to. The headphones at work sound good to me playing MP3s with various compression levels from 128k - 320k. My car plays the same files and frankly sounds amazing (to me). I'm happy with the… »
I can't imagine this selling for a fraction of this across the pond. How much would it be worth in Europe?
I could probably fly first class to Europe stay at a nice hotel for a few days, grab the twin to this (probably in better shape with no rust) for a LOT less money, go through all of the motions to import it to… »
I will confirm that Doug is wrong. The Lagonda is one of the coolest-looking cars ever made. Despite this obvious glitch in Doug's taste, I'll let it slide since he usually nails it. Just the same, you're on probation for a while, DeMuro.
I'd be willing to bet $60k cold hard cash would get this beast. And I'm SO full… »