Some of you know I own a hot pepper red st, and before that I also owned anothe red car, so I’m no stranger to reds and oranges. But holy hell boys, this thing is beautiful. Sunset orange bmw m2 comp pack.
I ask because I’m not gonna lie, it’s a sharp looking car and of course the macan s has that beautiful exhaust note. At 340hp, it’s a pretty quick car.
I always go to the enterprise by my house because I can just walk from home, downside is I almost never get the rental class I ask for. This is my rental. I figured it was a ‘16 or ‘17, but lo and behold it’s a ‘19. Definitely feels like an ‘08 inside unsurprisingly, but I kinda love it being a simple car lover. Basic…
Holy balls it is going to change my washing/detailing life. If you have the ability to wash at home and have a water hookup it is a must.
Preface is I owned a blue car and blue bike before my first Kona Blue ST and both seemed like they were constant bad luck (got hit 4 times in a year in the cobalt, none my fault, plus some mechanical issues).
My brother lives in Charleston and had a family trip scheduled this week anyways, but may end up coming to Ohio as they lives 25 miles inland.
Since I’m probably perma grey on the fp. Feel free to share yours.
E36 318 sedan 5 speed. $1000
I’ve always been a fan of the Fusion but never drove or got experience in one. Got one for my business trip this week with two coworkers. I really like it. Ended up with a hybrid, 7.5 gallons of 87 ($20 in Knoxville) got me ~320 miles or so, vs 250-275 MAYBE for $35 of premium in the FoST (different cars, I know but…
The last couple of days I’ve noticed an oil smell (not burning, but almost like if you had it on your finger) for a second or two when I drive. I can never tell if it’s from the environment or my car. When I got home, it almost smelled slightly like burning oil by my exhaust, but I also have some water hoses hanging…
I very much like it.
Got lost in Cincinnati I guess.
Why isn’t there much in the way of trying to electrify them?
What a game for the underdogs.
13 hour work day, such is the life of a process engineer on install day. Downed it with a filet mignon and a solid 9.2% local IPA.
Confirmed after driveby on their site.
Thank me later
I’d know that car anywhere!
Spotted this shifty boi at some training for work. Not sure I’d want to ever own one but great cars nonetheless. Con Manuel.
They had the worlds most mint 1st gen Altima with only 2600 miles (job #1 car). Additionally, 1993 Altimas were originally “Stanza altimas”, much like a celica Supra before it was a Celica and Supra separate (although I dont believe the stanza ran alongside the Altima). I did not know this.