Depends on the BMW or Subaru. It’s relatively common for Turbo cars to eat a bit of oil between services.
No thanks. I had a tough enough time just flying a standard shuttle mission on my Atari. I’d rather not add a docking to the mix!
But then in BTTF 3 Doc says that the car runs on regular gasoline in order to get up to speed. That’s why they need to do the train thing.
That’s the first thing that came to my mind too.
The did the grill badge with the M6 first.
Back in 2008 BMW sent a book to everyone who bought a 1 Series. It’s a fun flip through, but they compare the car heavily to the 2002. That comparison wasn’t just in the book, it was in some broader marketing as well. The 2 Series is the followup to the 1 Series, it’s the new generation car with a different name.
NYC has zones, just not on the Subway. The LIRR and Metro North both have a fee structure based on zones.
The base price of the 135 when it came out was 34.5
Its a 150K car. I think “stupid expensive” repairs go with that price range just fine.
Ive been sprayed by Campaign lots of times. Was I mad at Ken Block when he sprayed in the face (while holding my camera up to said face), no. The answer is no. Despite the fact that my camera was sticky for two days!
Its been done a couple times, there are a few S65 E8x 1er hatches running around. Theres also one 3 door with am S85
The BMW N54 (the motor that this car had before the swap) has Twin Turbos. Real twin turbos, as in two turbos, one for cylinders 1-3 and one for cylinders 4-6