I saw this on craigslist a few days ago. I think if it had the sport package (usually a dark interior color, sport seats, m-bumpers/trim) then maybe it might be a fair price. If everything checks out I would probably try to get it for under $8k. I would probably start with an offer of $7k.
Sweet 2002! I think my worst in a 4 cylinder was 19mpg in my ‘98 318ti after a weekend of spirited driving.
This one seems to check most of the boxes: https://www.timex.com/easy-reader-38mm-stainless-steel-watch-expansion-band-with-date/Easy-Reader-38mm-Stainless-Steel-Watch-Expansion-Band-with-Date.html?dwvar_Easy-Reader-38mm-Stainless-Steel-Watch-Expansion-Band-with-Date_color=Chrome-Two-Tone-Blue&cgid=men-shop-all
Shouldn’t be too bad, Epic nerfed the materials in the llamas from 1,500 down to 600 a while ago.
I think a Rolls Royce would be the perfect option in that price range. Few other cars will get more attention/recognition. Fast, comfortable, as unique as you can afford, and simultaneously practical and impractical.
I just found out my 10 year highschool reunion is the same day. All that means is that I have a great excuse to skip my reunion. Oppo Rally is way better!
Yeah we all agree Teslas are boring and I also like to start my car with a hand crank. Dumb argument against quartz watches...
BMW’s with badges on the sides of the car: X2, z4, z8, z3, e9, 507...
Jealous you got to see an 8C!
Final check in
Made it on the track on Thompson Motorsports park
Jeremy the Dinosaur ghost riding the whip through a covered bridge
Enforcer monster truck
Scale solar system model