Lesson learned. Never go to the dealer for service once you’re out of warranty.
Now I’m angry and sad. Just give me this with the 2.5T and AWD Mazda! I’ll fucking buy it tomorrow!
probably said “eh, screw it, we’ll just do AdBlue.”
Oh, look, Borsuq’s moved on to questionably repaired electronic components.
My senior year of high school my mom started to back the Dodge Durango out of the garage and didn’t notice what is now the racecar behind it. The trailer hitch left a dent in the hood of the Integra. Since I was in the process of building it into a racecar, my folks funded the one-piece race seat instead of fixing the…
When people ask why I bought a FWD Renegade I tell them it’s a Fiat hatchback wearing a Jeep suit.
I mounted an old milk crate to the $100 Elite yesterday. I did a super professional job ... Old hose clamps and cold water clamps are how the pros do it, right?
Sport rack, they’re cheap (200$CAN) and easy. You remove the locking cap with the key, and you untight the allen screw under it. The first time it the longest because you have to adjust the width and placement of the bars, but you don’t have to touch it after. You just have to have space to store the box.
Mrs. Boost Addict [Cloverworks] has been really calling upon her Scottish ancestry to milk the 2.7tt for all it’s worth.
I found this box used for really cheap money. It makes not sense buying these things new at 500$+ when you use them 3-4 times a year. It pretty easy to set up, as I just loosen the roof rack and the box stays with it.
I’m a fan of the yellow fogs....
A thing not often seen, even where it was made.
Back in January I said I would like to lower the Optimanual, have gold wheels and sticker bomb the cargo box. I’m surprised I did it. I’m not asking anyone to like it, I just find it funny and laugh everytime I look at it.
Today’s Down in the Field was special. Three Lada Niva’s. And what I think is a Willys 4x4 ute...
Good news, I guess. They want to see me again tomorrow.
Sorry for the blurry photos. So happy to have my shop in a mostly finished state and can’t wait for my 41 to get here! I never imagined my dad was so flexible.
The letters “BMW” and their accompanying roundel today conjures thoughts of luxury and performance, but a lot of people don’t know how humble BMW’s beginnings were. Their first car, here in lieferwagen (van) configuration, was a license built Austin 7 called the Dixi.