Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by Bert1568, Jul 18, 2006.
nah, a flying buttress is connected top and bottom - the 599 has flying buttress C-pillars.
Someone at ferrari should have stopped the 458 spyder, that thing is not their best work, to say the least.
Snapped a quick picture with an iDevice today, will do better when it stops raining.
987s are totally an underrated value on the used market. Enjoy the car!
Yes, it was the Golden Gate Chapter's school. CCA schools are great for beginners and intermediate drivers because they are really well-structured and there's always an instructor in the car with you. Some of the more advanced students find the schools a bit conservative, but you'll learn to drive your car very well (and very fast) in a safe, controlled way. They are now starting to experiment with more advanced skills and exercises for the advanced group to retain some students who are going to open track days: open passing, side-by-side driving, trail braking, more advanced situational awareness, etc.
So true. It's a miserable experience, and stopping at a stop light or driving in slow traffic is unbearable.
this should be a fun little drive
Audi TT RS
the more I read about it, the more I am interested in driving one, but a 2 seater is a no go for my needs
I'm thinking about putting aftermarket rims and suspension on the m3
Do it! Which wheels you considering? BBS looks great with M3's.
Do you have the stock exhaust on your m3?
funny, i was thinking exactly BBS. it just seems to have such a heritage with BMW that they look like they belong together. plus their reputation for quality is huge. HRE also is tempting, because i am a SF'er after all and they are a 'bespoke' wheel manufacturer
akrapovic exhaust dawg, quality and fitment are superb
agreed. exotic material too (titanium), that also should appeal to a SFer
To accomplish what?
Separate names with a comma.