My Granddad bought it new in 1997. It was bequeathed to me in 2006 with a mere 61425 miles on it. Here’s 16 year old me with it:
Neat. Albeit, mine was a coupe not a convertiable.
A few years ago, March 2013 to be exact, I saw this car parked in downtown Roswell. Usually it seems that newer rims get put on older cars, E46 wheels on an E36, but this seems to be an exception. I guess it looks alright, probably helps that they’re M3 wheels.
Simple, take your M3 to work. Some of you may know that I had a shit day yesterday. Today was better. Yesterday was just one of those days. Did pretty much guarantee that it would be better by taking the M3 though.
Not really sure why, but it’s been shit. Woke up today in a terrible mood. (This comment wasn’t really in jest.) Almost took the M3 to work, but then I remembered that my ID was in my 3 and I didn’t want to come back to my apartment to put the 3 keys back; I should’ve just taken the M3. Work was going alright until…
What’s 79 years old and has almost 250 horsepower? My grandmother, who this past weekend got a deal on this 18' Buick.
Well, if you would then you’re in luck, because this V10 M6 can be had with one. It might have an SMG gearbox, but it also has a V10 that revs all the way to its 8250 red line. Just look at that glorious engine:
Simple, one thing.
Bring your own Benz.
I would buy another Vermillion Red Metallic 128i again, albeit it with a manual, this time.
One of my really good friends is thinking about trading his car and getting a truck from Carmax. For reference, this is what he currently drives.
As far as what was in the box:
(It's broken, I took that picture in the parking lot of a self service junkyard)
Confirmed by my car.
It’s no secret, I like the C63 AMG. Especailly the pre-facelift version. I know the facelifted one fixed the problem with the head studs and updated the interior, which were two glaring issues with the early W204 C63s, but I like the styling of these more.
He keeps posting them, I think he secretly likes them.