stephenrivers
Stephen Rivers
stephenrivers
Apr 13
4

$30k isn’t bad, in the sense that the average new car is like $35k (I wish people would list median instead of average, but apparently that’s not a thing). However, given that few of these can really be a daily driver (especially for someone with a family), I’d like to see <$15k, maybe less than $10k. A price for Read more

Apr 10
2

I think the series 1 has an oldsmobile engine in it. But I feel like most of that list is sports cars and not just supercars. But I like the ide. A few more for consideration:

themanwithsauce
and 1 more
Dec 25
1

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.

Dec 25
4

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

Dec 25
1

One edit - the M5 was available in 6 speed.  Other than that, great write up.  

Nov 29
2

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