Stephen Rivers
stephenrivers
12/25/19
11:08 PM
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Look at what this guy is doing to the poor innocent car in this picture and imagine what it looks like. That’s dragoning. The etymology of the term is buried deep in Rule 34 shit.

12/25/19
7:40 PM
4

Turns out that the CV axle on the front passenger side was snapped in two different places.

12/25/19
6:37 PM
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One edit - the M5 was available in 6 speed.  Other than that, great write up.  

11/29/19
9:36 AM
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As an E60 M5 owner, I agree with much of what you’ve written...however I’d argue that the SMG’s primary downfall is indeed the shift speed. If you know how to drive it, they can be quite smooth...but very slow. I do not understand, really, why they must be so slow unless you’re flooring it, but such is life. It’s Read more

11/15/19
1:17 PM
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I can’t say I’m in love with the Roma yet, especially from just the renders, but it’s absolutely a step in the right direction IMO. Read more

11/15/19
11:08 AM
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Definitely an interesting series - especially if you’re comparing two used cars that came out in the same period.

11/15/19
10:14 AM
2

I had kind of forgotten about the Crossfire. I haven’t seen one in forever. Or maybe I have and just didn’t notice it. Read more

11/15/19
9:55 AM
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DAMN YOUR BAIT AND SWITCH...so, um...what will you offer as an alternative to the 612 Scaglietti?😋

11/6/19
11:05 AM
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I’ve always liked the Flex, as it is really, don’t tell anyone, a nice looking station wagon. However, if you’re going that route, might as well up the game, and go with something a bit more unique. Go Lincoln.

11/6/19
10:35 AM
1

If you want to get crazy with one though you have to start worrying about the transfer case, they don’t like a ton of power and launching 5k lbs faster than it has any right to be can be problematic.

While it is a Ford and parts are cheap, the timing chain/water pump service is a bit of a bear unless you have a lift Read more