buntybrown
Bunty Brown
buntybrown
Mar 4 2019
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Luv 2 have my hair gently tousled by *checks notes* 600hp

Nov 5 2018
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The point of winter rubber isn’t to enable you to outrun anyone. You’re doing winter driving wrong. Read more

Nov 4 2018
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They don’t have the interest and they don’t need to. Senna would likely still outpace this, but again, why bother? McLaren doesn’t care, and it’s customers don’t care. Read more

Oct 26 2018
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Hence, 300 of them. And I agree. Brown cars = good. This is good.

Oct 26 2018
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I will never care what any X6 is packing. It is the Ed Hardy t-shirt/tribal tattoo/stippled beard of automobiles. Read more

Oct 10 2018
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That said, the e90 was the last generation where, for the most part, you could go to the dealer and just pick a color, and you’d have a fun, engaging, well-balanced daily driver with a straight 6, and a relatively mod-friendly drivetrain and chassis. Since then, to get a well-balanced car, it’s been a matter of Read more

Oct 9 2018
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None of what you just typed out, in spite of the exclamation, is true.

Sep 20 2018
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We ended up replacing ours with a Macan GTS, but our F31 was maybe the best all-round daily driver I ever owned (and Tom helped me get it!). Get one with the M Sport package, if only for the aero kit and steering wheel. With a $600 tune, you have yourself a roughly 5.0s hauler. I had the Active Autowerke piggyback

Sep 10 2018
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Rust wraps, the Ed Hardy t-shirt of auto couture. A nice tribal tattoo somewhere would really complete the look.

Sep 7 2018
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Funny enough, my MIL came from a second gen Mini to this X2. Seems a natural progression.

Sep 7 2018
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MIL has an X2. It’s surprisingly zippy, and unless you’re on the corkscrew at Laguna Seca, you won’t notice that it’s FWD, transverse-mounted, etc. They actually did an admiral job. It’s kind of fun to scoot around town and short highway trips imho. I don’t like the interior *one bit*, but driving it’s not so bad. Read more