Shameless plug, but myself and a longtime car enthusiast friend are currently on a cross-country drive, the BMW CCA Celebrate BMW Tour Presented by Michelin, and we’re getting the word out about the drive. We’re heading out from Boston, Massachusetts (founding city of the BMW Car Club of America) and out to Monterey…
New video! A cinematic take on a Dinan M4.
Those in the US of A just had a long weekend, so as the workweek begins again, why not take a minute and enjoy this cinematic take on BMW’s most recent addition to the sports coupe lineup, with driving impressions from the owner who’s had an E46 M3, E92 M3, and now this Dinan-modified F82 M4.
Is a power steering pump something that can be generic? There are a ton of no-name brands on eBay, and since I’m selling my 530i, I’m curious whether my leaky power steering pump (or in fact any leaky power steering pump) can be replaced by this or a similar generic part.
One of y’all with an FR-S was in Burlington today. Silver VT-registered Toyobaru, “Oppo” sticker on the b-pillar, and parked near Church Street a little after noon. Who are you?
In today’s episode, a charming and articulate individual who does not understand how market value works and does not know what different body styles are.
No, Mr. List, I’m quite sure your convertible “CIVIC” will not.
I can’t for the life of me think of the name for the hump behind the driver’s seat on this XK-D (or similar vintage racing roadsters). Been trying to look up what certain other cars look like with them, but no terms I’ve come up with to describe it have produced results. Anyone?
This one was particularly good.
The McLaren F1 GTR is the king. But because the legendary triple-seater has nothing to prove, seeing one driven at speed on a track is a fairly rare opportunity. Fortunately, the chassis that raced at Le Mans in 1996 (and finished 8th) is still maintained by the BMWUSA Classic collection—and gets flogged now and again…
Happy cake day to Doug.
So I might be checking this out at some point as a possible trade for my automatic E39 (142k, just dumped a ton of money into it, but it’s been keyed while the PO had it, has some cosmetic issues, needs brakes, and has an alarming drumming noise from the front wheels that I’m not particularly interested in…
This has probably already been posted. But hey, I saw it for the first time somewhere on Reddit today. And it bears reposting for those who haven’t seen it.
It's a V6, manual, rear-wheel-drive roadster with flared wheel arches! What's not to like?
Perhaps someone can humor my current curiosity. What's a European Craigslist or Autotrader equivalent that might let me search for 25-year-old/older cars that one could theoretically purchase on a trip to Europe, drive to the port, and pick up? If location makes a huge difference, let's say Germany as one location and…
There are ZERO BIDS on this car. How is $40k a deal, or even a relevant figure for an article on this vehicle, considering that over the next three days, people will either bid on it and it'll go up to a normal price, or they won't, and the seller (who has an 81% eBay approval, by the way, so not excellent) will…
When are we gon' hear about the other car?
Here, in concise, articulate language, is everything that I've been trying to voice about the "190k E60 M5 for the price of a Honda Civic" articles that Tavarish has been posting for the last few months. Definitely worth a read.
I'm looking at finally picking up a V1 after a scare the other day, but I'm not sure if the one that I found is a good deal or not. The guy is asking $275 for a detector that came with a vehicle he just purchased, and says it's an "older" model and that someone told him it didn't have the quick-scanning POP feature.…
The Honda school of stages and other things for faster, too.