i need to be cool to get anough speed to win the race .But if i lose i will try agian until i beat the hardest of the game .Win i get my turbo no one can beat me because i have need for speed to help me win.
I purchased a used 2009 Harley-Davidson Dyna super glide.I am more than satisfied with the overall performance and comfortable ride as well as the ease and handling of the bike. I have owned two bikes (neither was a Harley they don’t even come close to the performance of the Dyna. I purchased the bike in Ft.Walton beach,FL however,after driving to the Harley dealership in Pensacola,FL. I decided to do business only with the dealership in Pensacola instead. I am very satisfied with everyone there from the salespeople to the parts dept Pensacola Harley-Davidson is the only choice for me!!!!!
We have a new council called: Range Rover Council. I have made this. All of you members are part of it. I need also someone to be Senior Councillor. Please send me a message saying you want to be Senior Councillor.
OH, just to add to my last comment; If Nissan would do to the Z on what Audi did to the TT (AWD, Turbo, 4.1 0 to 60 time), Nissan would have a fantastic car. All they need to do is make it more affordable than the TT’s $64,000 sticker. We have snow here in the states, we don’t need the rear wheel drive to act cool while drifting. We need the AWD to get to work every day.
Nissan needs to get their head out of their @$$. Nissan has always prided themselves for making the Z more quicker with a smaller engine than its American competitors like the Mustang and Camaro. To stay ahead, Nissan needs to make a boosted small six with all-wheel-drive. Make that Z’s 0 to 60 in the 4 second range and Nissan will also take the Corvette owners as well. 26 miles to the gallon highway would not be bad if they can make that run with regular unleaded gas instead of premium. That is how they would win over the gas savers. I am begging Nissan to come out with a V6, AWD, 4 second Z, under $55,000 fully loaded, I would be the first one on line to buy one.