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REKIII

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REKIII last won the day on September 28 2019

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  1. Not sure where this guy has this advertised. In Fremont Michigan. Don't know M3 values enough to know if what he says is true about being the cheapest. But, not super far away, possibly a good deal, and the best color. https://www.lotustalk.com/threads/1997-bmw-m3-sedan-5-speed-m3-4-5-5900.474808/
  2. Thanks, I will definitely keep that in mind.
  3. That is a pretty slick concept. Thank you for the idea!!
  4. White space added, I like it. I understand what you are saying with the gradient and lines. It was supposed to give it a 3Dimensional look, and I'm old so I thought that was cool. I just had the logo revised in black and what and greyscale these were so I could create handouts with an embossing on them: And he made one in pink because he's a funny guy. But now we can support breast cancer research, lol. Isolate how. With more whitespace or borders. I definitely see what you are talking about, where the text gets lost.
  5. 1. - Which page...all of them? Sorry, don't understand, but I do like whitespace! Unless that makes me racist. 2. - Part of the developer lets you toggle between computer and mobile. It looks ok and works, but that is about it. 3. - We've spent quite a bit on this logo, it's probably gen 4 or 5 over the years. I'm not opposed to re-branding, just not too excited about it. How do you think it could be improved? 2nd. 1. - In process sort of. Not sure videos are in order as I am a really ugly dude, but I speak well, so podcasts are on cue, and maybe some voice-over vids. Again, I really appreciate all the feedback. We are making an effort to reach out to new companies for new design work. Being business to business can be tough to get the right eyes on your stuff, so when those eyes do get there, I'd like them to be informed and possibly even impressed.
  6. Ha! So true, but he wouldn't even follow me on instagram, in the short time before I had to leave it. He's too famous for any of us peasants now. lol.
  7. Thanks guys. What do you recommend slowing the swipe down to? I was afraid if someone is hopping around the site they wouldn't see that it was a slide show. I think it's 1.5 or 2 seconds right now. Easy to slow, just need a recommendation. At some point I want to split up the 'what we do' into different categories, like 3D printing, Fabrication, Mechanical design, etc. Trying to come up with a clean way to do that. Definitely a work in progress, and I really appreciate the feedback.
  8. Since I'm not a web guy, I was pretty proud of myself for getting this up. A friend created the basic template and I put all the stuff in. Let me know your thoughts. I'm OK with you berating me or the site, even if it's not constructive. www.c2s.com Thanks!
  9. I cried a little when I saw the broken window. Cool Project.
  10. It would make sense to take the rosebowl budget and apply it directly to the car part fund.
  11. Wow. Now, I agree that from a utility standpoint, this wheel/tire combo will be much better, but I'm still on the fence aesthetically. I'm excited to see how the final stance (I hate myself for using that word) will be. Very cool.
  12. REKIII

    Secret Santa 2019!

    I opted out this year as I didn't want to threepeet being a deadbeat santa. Maybe next year I'll have my act together.
  13. Charging infrastructure - Sorta. I have a friend down in Chicago with a Model 3. He made a road trip to Maine. The Tesla software maps your course (you can add whatever you want to it like google maps) and it will figure out where and when you need to stop for a charge. It will adjust based on the energy usage of your car, say you are hot-footing it, or it's inclement whether, it will recalculate for less range. Is it as ideal and care free as the current Petrol netowrk? No. But the gas station network had about 100 years to develop. There are still signs out west that say XXX miles until next fuel station, so watch your range. Range anxiety is still big, but for 95% of drivers, if the car has a 300+ mile range, it's not really that big of a deal. This is also coming from the opinion that you wouldn't own only electric vehicles. Environmental impact? I really don't know. My interest in electric does not come from the angle of having any concern over the environment. That's probably bad, just being honest.
  14. I think there are 3 distinct truck guy markets. There is the work truck guys. They buy the truck for work and use them for work. Depending on their personal taste, this can be a stripper W/T silverado, or a fulley decked out 3500HD Denali, but in the end, they are all used for work. How much Tesla breaks in here is questionable. The utility will have to be proven. Then there are the hick/lifted truck/nut sack on the hitch guys. They want something that will roll coal and be loud. These guys will not be buying Cybertrucks. And in group 3 is where I fall. Guys that drive trucks because they have a need for a truck but don't use it as a tuck all the time. Or they just need to compensate for their lack of masculinity and/or small penis so they drive a truck. These are the buyers that will be most likely to be interested in a Cybertruck.
  15. It's very possible it is just a stunt of some sort, but the deposits are 100% refundable. So, while they actually so have my money, allegedly I can get it back. Even if it is a funding opportunity and they end up refunding all of us, oh well, poor way to try to get new customers. What they found was that the highest percentage of people putting in deposits were from areas that have the least current Tesla presence which mean they have really opened up an untapped market, not simply current Model S owners who want a truck. In the end, no one really knows, maybe no even Musk. He is the worlds best at over promising. I don't even want to say under-delivering, as he usually delivers just not in a timely manner. It is at least interesting. I had zero excitement about the Model 3 and the Model Y.
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