Sometimes I wonder if cars could hypothetically play professional football. Other times, I’m actually being productive with my life. But for now, let’s look at the former. It’s a lot more fun.
Cars are not football players; football players are not cars. But what if they were?
Last year, I fucked up. Like, a lot.
A couple pieces are torn/missing. The driver door is loud and sounds like an econobox when you close it. And there is an intermittent rattle that sounds like it is from the door seam right where one of the worst tears is.
Specifically, on the E39 2.8L M52, but there are a lot of similarities for other engines. This repair is notoriously frustrating, with limited room to work underneath the intake and up against the firewall.
I made a post a while back asking for help choosing a car for a road trip from WI to NC. A lot of people said to just suck it up and drive a boring, reliable car. Others, including Mr. Laurence, suggested a Mercedes or BMW and I dismissed the idea because I didn’t want to be stranded in case something does break.
Welcome to TL;DR Reviews, where you can learn the best and worst parts about a car without wasting any time. It’s like being able to skip dialogue in video games. Sure, maybe you don’t get all the information, but you get the general idea.
Welcome to TL;DR Reviews! The goal here is provide quick info about a car so that you can learn during the commercial breaks of your favorite shows like Wheeler Dealers or the Kardashians. Hey, I’m not judging.
While wrenching on my non-running project car recently, I realized how fond I was of the car before even being able to know what it’s like. I had a thought: this is like an unborn child. I love it, but we still haven’t actually met.
HELP WANTED: I need help choosing a car.
On a return trip home from college a few years ago, I got pulled over for speeding. I was PO’d because I was getting passed by other cars around me at the time.
It’s been a while since the last update. House and landscaping projects have been filling my time. The last couple weekends, though, have provided a little free time to work on the 1977 530i. The easy part was new oil, plugs, wires, cap, rotor, and coil.
Welcome to TL;DR Reviews! Here, I tell you what you need to know about a car in about the same time it (apparently) takes to get a Prius up to 60 MPH. I have not seen real world evidence to suggest otherwise.
Welcome to TL;DR Reviews! This is the place where you can learn useful information about a car faster than you can name all five members of *NSYNC, which is a completely useless thing to know. Today’s car comes from the same neomodern, boy-band-crazed era, but is it any good?
A lot of work has been done in recent years to refurbish downtown buildings and restore them to their former glory, neon signs included.