All the Dailmer era stuff that was properly from the new company and not leftovers has a air of “eh, good enough” about it.
Best I’ve got for now. This is a Friday though and the floors get cleaned over the weekend.
I did, and I do...
Places like New York allow No matter where you are, certain people to can play by a different set of rules than the common man.
Reminds me of the meme I saw last night, something along the lines of:
No, but I’ve not seen a rental that won’t at least try from a red-line neutral drop.
i work at a multi-franchise dealer which includes BMW. I can verify this as correct. Their quality is on par with Hyundai from the late 80's.
Clarkson - Moe
Camaro and Stang are rocking premium radness tires! Awesome!
“Race Ramps”. I put off buying a set for ages since the price was a bit high for a better version of something I already had. Wrong. So superior that you get over the expense the first time you use them. They simply wont scoot around while pulling on or off, the ones I have can accommodate cars that are too low for…
A hammer, laid on the fender as a threat/reminder of what could happen if things don’t go right.
put a beehive in there
Arby’s has the MEATS!
Swedish Racing Green.
Up until a few years ago, they still had a physical spinning light inside too. Now they just have a flashing strobe in the red lens. My college buddy from MN dubbed them “chicken buckets” back in 1997. I’ve kept the name ever since.
Good god, I’m currently living in the Lehigh Valley and drive a 4000 pound vehicle with 150 horsepower(when new, 25 years ago). Literally every merge is a case of floor it and pray because if I stop and try to yield I’ll never make it up to speed.
an unreliable aluminum engine!
I parked my white P71 at the end of my block when it was for sale, with FOR SALE signs and everything. It was in front of my house, but someone called the cops anyways and reported as a “nuisance vehicle” which in the city of Milwaukee means a car that is abandoned, has flat tires, broken glass, etc.
I usually park my Mustang (summer) or muddy and dented XJ (winter) in the never-ending row of black or grey 5-series in the doctor’s lot at work (I’m a pediatrician) - and I either get a “nice-car” or a wary stare from the security folks.
12 times out of 10 I’d take an SE-R over a 2002