Can anyone identify what make and model this car is?
Hahaha that's around the parking areas of Fort Erie I live on the canadian side of the boarder where this happened
Nah, it's definitely a Lancer. You cna just barely see the outline of the taillights under the ice.
>/o/ being nothing but helpful
the fuck is going on here
nah, just an base 08-15 lancer. rear reflectors line up with the license plate cut out on base lancers. evos rear reflectors line up above the license plate and the plate itself is mounted lower on the evo rear diffuser (which pick related does not have)
These are all 2015 models still there in mid January. They have 30 Evos.
Looks like a pretty cool car
>what do you mean we can't ls swap the s13
That much ice can really damage your paint if removed incorrectly. Also, water expands when turned to ice and can cause fucktons of damage to vents, door seals, locks and similar
industrial rental places also have big self contained trailer mounted models with an onboard generator, they're called ground heaters, i rent them to north slope oil fields all winter. our most common model is 770,000 btu at 4000 cfm, and thats the mid size :) would be done by the time you finished lunch.
>lived in Houston all my life, so what is ice, go to college in Arkansas during cold spell
>needed to drive to get shit south of town but it had been icy all day
>take a pot of hot tap water and run back and forth throwing it at the car to deal with the big chunks
>somehow nothing breaks on the car, tell people how I did it at the gas stop and everyone freaks out