Question Of The Day: Auld Lang Syne

Derek Kreindler
by Derek Kreindler
question of the day auld lang syne

It’s not quite the 31st yet, but since a few of us won’t be at our computers on New Year’s Eve (*ahem*), I figured this is an opportune time to turn the floor over to the B&B.

The question of the day is simple. What would you like to see more of in 2015? What would you like to see less of? This is *your* site, and we serve you, not the manufacturers or the advertisers or anybody else. Let us know. We’ll be paying attention.

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  • -Nate -Nate on Dec 30, 2014

    Hm ; I hope my reply is caught in the limbo soon to be posted.... -Nate

  • Jeff S Jeff S on Dec 30, 2014

    There might not be a lot of old pickups sitting in junk yards in California, especially LA but I bet there are a number of them sitting in the Denver yard Murilee goes to. In Middle America there are old trucks in salvage yards near farming communities and in fields. There are many old thrifty farmers that literally run the wheels off their trucks. Not all trucks make it to Mexico especially those further North. Many of the trucks from Western states are sent to the rust belt. I find a rusted out truck from the 70's and 80's more interesting than a used up Dodge Aspen wagon--but then some might prefer a dark brown wagon then who am I to stop you. Could you imagine the stories an old used up pickup could tell if it could talk.

    • Lou_BC Lou_BC on Dec 31, 2014

      We have quite a few newer pickups in our auto wrecker salvage yards. Harsh winters and heavy industry kills a lot of newer trucks. There isn't a lot of 90's or older stuff because trucks don't last long in my part of the world and wreckers don't want to keep inventory for it.

  • WildcatMatt WildcatMatt on Jan 02, 2015

    I'll jump on the bandwagon for more Vellum Venom and for more reviews with greater depth. I get the urge to get a "quick hit" if you don't have the car long enough to do a "proper" review, but if/when that is the case I'd like to see more commitment to following up.

  • Raresleeper Raresleeper on Jan 02, 2015

    Keep the Capsule Reviews coming, but more *vintage* cars. Also, more technical articles. Engines. Transmissions. Because education.