UnderSTeerEnthusiast - Now Featuring RWD
smithtaylorm
10/10/19
7:00 AM
8

And this, ladies and germs, is why you don’t pass on the right at 20 mph faster than the rest of traffic. Nobody expects it. I’m not sure she could have seen you in her mirror while she was changing lanes - I bet you were in her blind spot. Hope the car is not too bad and at least nobody was hurt.

9/17/19
6:49 PM
1

Out of reach of who? the typical Porsche owner might as well pay the 75k just to avoid the annoyance of finding an electrician and a charging setup. 

9/9/19
3:13 PM
2

1997 Mercedes-Benz S600 (V140) is the correct answer.

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9/9/19
3:11 PM
4

That’d be an easy one for me. Although when I had that kind of money to spend on a car, I got an E90 M3, mainly because I planned on dailying it. Not sure what choice I would make if I knew what I did now. 

8/21/19
2:25 AM
18

My favorite Oppo posts are when Opponauts complain about FP comments as a way to extend their FP political arguments into the Oppoverse.

8/12/19
11:32 AM
2

No surprise there. I’m genuinely looking forward to more big OEM EVs to come out so Tesla fans can shut the hell up (not that they will lol).

8/9/19
9:28 AM
1

I also inherited (bought it cheap off Dad) my sister’s old Cobalt after she neglected to change the oil for close to a year and enough leaked out to cause the timing chain tensioner to fail. Two valves and a new timing set later and it’s running shockingly well. Mine is tragically an auto, but it still gets near Read more

8/9/19
8:27 AM
3

Selling the ST in favor of a Cobalt XFE is possibly the most Oppo thing I've read.

8/9/19
7:44 AM
1

A somewhat similar thing happened to me. My sister got my first car to take with her to college, and I got it back once I finished school myself.