After working a few months out of college I realized I probably shouldn’t be commuting into DC in the summer in a 2002. It just plain sucked. I bought a $4500 car and I paid it off in 5 months utilizing a personal bank loan.
Just did 1200 miles in my 71 with no issues. Probably brakes better than the 3 too. Just don’t ask about wind noise.
Elton John must be so proud
I don’t know how, but I’m 23, have no tickets, and have cheap insurance.
I insure 3 cars: a 98 M3, 02 330i, and a 71 2002 (valued at $25k)
I want high compression and high duration/lift, but I also run a motor with a chain. Problem solved.
Thank you for including something in the photo that references scale
Nice ‘orange peel’ in the second photo.
Interesting, how should the seating be, and what are the differences between day vs long haul?
That 320 is begging for a 2.9L M20 and 316 grills and lights
They’re actually just selling slightly altered Rapides
(I can’t be the only one)
And the man in the back said everyone attack
Rob, here’s a decent NP or CP. This is a legit ad for a $76k e46 wagon. I followed the restoration for the past year. Now the seller is on crack.
LEDs will be fine as long as they are durable.
I just priced it out and it’s on average it’s about the same as my current plan.
I don’t think this company could be more blind to the commercial truck market. The lights most trucks have have been used for decades and cost a few $ to fix/maintain/replace. Now, lets fuck that up. You’re spot on, this thing won’t make it to production. They haven’t mentioned price or weight, which are the most…
My 2002 “Looks like a toaster”
The real question is what is the optimal power to weight? I like the ratio of 100hp for 1000lbs.
Ed’s VinWiki videos are great. This one was a little different in format, but still excellent.
This one is probably my favorite
Head gasket is nothing. What your really don’t want is a cracked head or block.
Never seen these made out of wood. Much cheaper, but not very durable.