COS Database issues

Yes the forums are down. We dont know what happened, they just stopped connecting to the database and we havent had a lot of time to work on them. I hope to have it back up and running this weekend.

Dreamhost is making Mr & Mrs COS stabby.

Dreamhost did what we feared would happen, while they were in the middle of this big hardware replacement, we tried fixing it ourselves to get things back up and running quickly, but alas now that things are finally finished on thier end, they restored to a broken area again. We’ll get things up and going … Continue reading »

COS Downtime

Hello Everyone, We are terribly sorry for the downtime. Something has happpened with our database that i cant fully recover right now. Our Host Dreamhost has posted this in my control panel. In the meantime you see when progress happenes by checking out our Facebook Page, or Following us on Twitter! Hello, Due to issues … Continue reading »

BRZ Pricing!

Subaru of America Announces Pricing for 2013 BRZ *article courtesy of SOA* All-new Sports Car starts at $25, 495 CHERRY HILL, N.J., April 5, 2012 – Subaru of America, Inc. today announced pricing for its much-heralded 2013 BRZ. Starting at $25,495 for the Premium model with a six-speed manual transmission. The six-speed automatic version starts … Continue reading »

BRZ Pictures and Article

Article Translated by Google Translate-Subject to interpretation. Subaru “BRZ RA” see in the picture  And FR sports car, Subaru has attracted the attention of many days that it ‘s also a model of joint development with Toyota Motor Corporation “BRZ” of (FHI). Presentation of the concept model, although the information will be exposed on a piecemeal … Continue reading »

Subaru post record sales AGAIN!

CHERRY HILL, N.J., Feb. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Led by remarkable sales for the all-new Impreza, Subaru of America, Inc. today reported record vehicle sales for January 2012 of 22,807 vehicles, a gain of 21% over January 2011.  The impressive results for January follow a record year in 2011 that ended with 266,989 Subaru vehicles sold. The … Continue reading »