Probably not going anywhere today.
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How the hell do you even get in/out of it when it’s parked in there?
You should see a normal winter day in Québec…
in Russia this situation is typical!)
what does ‘shakotan’ mean??
jam sandwich 100 MARK-II hahahahaha
@ Sean, hes not hes going to shovel it out and or wait till it melts >.>;
Probably exit through passenger side else cramp it through the driver’s door ? haha <3
guaranteed to be an easy on the tires skid day
while normally I’d say “well that’s just a regular winter’s day here in Toronto”, you’ve got more snow on your car than we’ve had all winter
(and Anthony’s right, Quebec winters are insane)
is this an atypical amount of snow for .jp?
The worst I’ve seen is in High Level, Alberta… -42C.. You know you’ve got nose hairs the second you get there…
@N99GT: シャコタン; Lowered car.
@Alexi: what prefecture are you in; Tokyo has just been raining and cold, they still managed to send something to me in mainland US in 5 days! Just keep the kettle going and stay under the kotatsu!
Also, as a side note, do you know if the Save Japan campaign (or any other motorsports community) are doing anything for the 11th? I see that their website is still running but no mention of any updates.
aaaaaa!!! i see thanks!
Just reading the comments coming from Canada… in Saskatchewan it has been the mildest winter in ages! It has been dry enough to drive all year, just gotta watch for those bastard potholes!
Lowered until it nearly hits the ground.
Tokyo’s winters are mild compared to northern Japan. I used to live in Hokkaido and by mid winter the snow is at least 2 m deep and an average night temp of -15 / -10 deg C. I don’t mind snow but not too much.
damn, this seems to happen everytime i see a sexy car…
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