I’d do some pretty dirty, disgusting, vile things to even just drive an F50.
Yeah, nothing will surpass the first but I knew that the second I finished it.
It’s just as good if not better than #2 imo, as it further builds the Wickverse and the action pieces are much better (especially the hand to hand combat).
The induction roar definitely overshadows the exhaust but it wasn’t as bad on the euro spec E46's as they had proper headers w/out cats in them (cats were in the next section).
The intake noise is what Catchpole was referring to not the exhaust noise as stated in the article. A carbon airbox on the S54 is an absolutely mental induction sound and a lot louder than the stock exhausts.
Rear subframe mounts...this can be addressed in a number of ways and it rarely gets this bad unless it is ignored and constantly abused.
That’s nice... but I’d rather grab the federalized B5 RS4 Avant on BAT.
Exactly sums up my feelings for F1 racing, I prefer watching sportscar racing now.
You seem like a real nice guy, I pointed out that diesel in this series of trucks is marketed more often towards fuel economy than towing capability, you must’ve skipped over that. I can tell you most buyers don’t use common sense, they buy what they want, like a lot of truck customers I sell would be fine with the V6…
Oof, so you want to compare HD truck powertrains and tow capabilities to a med duty truck? I mean most of the diesels that are offered in light duty and med duty trucks are offered for mostly fuel mileage advantages and not all out towing capability. Shit, 95% of Chevy Silverado 1500 customers never tow anything above…
My biggest gripe with the film, and I do enjoy it quite a bit regardless, is...
I can very much bet that with the threats and attacks that have happened over the last 20 years that police in the third largest NZ city have received some level of mass shooting training. Believe it or not he would probably be taken alive here in the US as well, much like Dylan Roof or Nikolas Cruz was, most dead…
They do explain it rather quickly in the film but it does involve shady banks. I think one thing most reviews gloss over is that Oscar Isaac’s character is an adviser for the in-country police force trying to battle the cartel and that sort of knowledge is what sets the heist/film in motion.
Goddamn, I miss this era of F1...
Mine would probably be an E46 M3 convertible in Oxford Green/Cinnamon interior w/ manual and CSL Airbox/exhaust.
For Camry/Sonata/Accord customers that want or need AWD.
I’ve given some thought to buying what would essentially be a rolling chassis and building the rest of the car exactly how I want it. However, what I want changes like every other day so part of me just wants to buy something close to that, make a few changes, and drive it for eternity.
It really has and I think the M6 has aged well too. I would love to own one but that would put my R32/33 GT-R plans on indefinite hold.
BUT THE NOISE!!!
The only M3 worth owning. IMO. I miss it every damn day.