Goodbye Heimlich May 1st, 1999 - May 24th, 2016. 1999.5 MkIV Jetta 2.0
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soooo, how many of us have left feedback on Velocity? I did...
Keep right except to pass!
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SOLD '15 Lapiz Blue VW Golf R, '13 Sepang Blue Audi S6, '11 Sprint Blue Audi S4, '08 Montego Blue BMW 135i, '04 Deep Blue Pearl VW R32
Not sure if mentioned, but I'm sure Ed does a YouTube channel - thats where anything worth watching automotive wise is anyway.
And since they announced live TV on YouTube, its only a matter of time before we can start tuning into our favorite racing series on YouTube anyway.
Cable TV is virtually dead. They can't adjust fast enough. I dropped Cable two years ago, and get my fix through YouTube. I'm dropping Hulu soon also...Netflix within the next couple months. I wouldnt be surprised if YouTube (Google) ends up buying Hulu in the near future.
Project Corrado RS: Keep Up
Maybe he will move to Youtube..then he can do whatever he wants and get paid from ads, and forget product placement most of the time.
These "car" shows on TV are a joke. I know htey need to make money, but I feel that youtube is where they shows are headed for good.
Current: 2015 RPGM Chevy SS Sedan 6spd - 2000 Chevy K2500 - 2013 Honda Odyssey TE
Past: 2011 JSW TDi 6spd @100k - 2006 Honda Accord Sedan V6 6spd @170k - 04 VW Passat W8 6spd Wagon @123k - 1996 Mazda Miata 5spd Base @257k - 2003 Jetta GLI 24v 6spd @74k - 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee V8 @303k - 1991 Honda Accord LX 5spd @151k - 1993 Toyota Corolla 5spd Base @154k
I rarely watch much tv outside of sports now. I watch Youtube channels about learning stuff. From fixing broken stuff on my cars to cooking. I'd subscribe to Edd's channel.
I liked it better when Mike and Edd where in the UK. They would pull cars that you don't see very often and talk to quirky British folk. It was something different. And though I liked Mike's over the top salesman shtick, I stayed for the work Edd did, to see how he did it and the final outcome. One of my favorites was the Audi Quatrro episode. It's a car I always liked with a great history and they made an interesting show of it:
Good for him, but this could be good for us. Kind of like the fact that the current Top Gear and Grand Tour are both entertaining shows. There is a chance that has replacement is good enough to watch, and that Edd get something else going that is also entertaining.
So it could be a win win.
So, they've still had it split in between two countries.
As I said, I really hope Edd gets picked up by either Amazon or Netflix.
As for Mike, he does bring a LOT of valuable points to the show and is extremely disciplined when it comes to buying cars... well, except a couple of occasions, one of them where he bought a complete dud over in Japan.
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