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Schm1an
Jul 11 2019
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No, I changed this clutch out last November. As soon as I took this picture, the rest of the friction material quite literally fell off. The car sat all winter and spring while I refreshed everything else in the car. Engine needed new vacuum lines & cooling system, headliner and interior panels were falling off, every

Jul 11 2019
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19 years and 187k miles later, I present to you my E36’s clutch. I bought it last year and have only put on 3k miles because the previous owner neglected all of the maintenance. Thankfully I got it off of the QuickJack (it’s resting spot for the past 12 months) last week and now it’s ready for the rest of summer

Dec 4 2018
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What did you replace it with? Do you still miss it?

Oct 8 2018
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22 year old me wanted a racecar to DD. 29 year old me bought a racecar, tried DD’ing it, and had back pain so he relegated it to weekend duty. 30 year old me enjoys a more plush GT experience

Oct 8 2018
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Objectively speaking, a lot of things don’t make sense, like crossovers and Harleys. Yet, people still buy them.

Oct 3 2018
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So Tesla calls itself the most successful US automaker in over a century. Interesting. Define success, if you can’t turn a profit. Additionally, what other US automakers have not been successful by Tesla’s metric of success in 100 years?

Oct 3 2018
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He has them by the balls. If he quits, all of the board members stock crashes because somehow that idiot still inflates the value of the stock. Read more

Oct 2 2018
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Is this one of those times where I ask “how much?” and you respond with “if you have to ask...”?

Oct 2 2018
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My cousin drove her Accord for over 4 years without knowing she had to change the oil

Oct 2 2018
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They would still find a way to say that Miata is always the answer, even though the E30 came in a coupe, sedan, and wagon (available with manual, turbo diesel, and rwd!). Some people will never be happy. Poor Bergens 

Sep 23 2018
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Not quite the same dollar tag, but I saw an Aventador SV earlier this summer at Home Depot. I love it when people actually drive cars that are meant to be driven

Sep 12 2018
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I’m trying to figure out when I can afford one. And I think the phrase “if you have to ask, you can’t afford it” applies.

Sep 12 2018
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This begs the question; if you’re just sticking a camera on the side of the car, why do you even need the wing mirror? Read more

Sep 11 2018
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Fixes biggest flaw: It adds 2 back seats? Because some of us have kids to haul around

Sep 7 2018
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I mean, my wheels move but that’s never dropped any panties

Sep 2 2018
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While I hate bashing my own kind, the vast majority of millennials probably don’t know what that is, the benefit it provides, or the circumstances in which it is beneficial over a typical tax-deferred plan.

Aug 31 2018
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Wholeheartedly agree with that. And (this may have been remedied in the later versions— I have the regular BL-5000, not even the SLX) is that the lines are too short. I ended up tying a knot in some twine around the lines so I can easily pull them to where I need them.

Aug 30 2018
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It’s the best; I even use it on my other 2 cars (when the Bimmer can move) for simple jobs like oil changes, tire rotations/seasonal tire swaps, brake jobs, or even just to take a look underneath. After doing a Post-Purchase Inspection on the E36 and replacing what it needed, most recently I had my 175k mile TL in the Read more

Aug 29 2018
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How would I prepare Elon? Leave the Musk Steak in a smoker for exactly 420 minutes