Bridgestone RB-1 bicycle converted to a fixed gear 41x16 campy long drop-outs
If I have to drive to get my daughter or to catch a train, I drive my 240K mile e30 m3, aka The Cinnabombe.
'99 Jeep Cherokee Classic
4.0L I-6, automatic
It will carry all my ski gear either in the thule rack or inside depending on the number of occupants, never gets stuck, and constantly requires a back-flush of the heater core to keep the heat flowing.
18mpg isn't too bad for a true 4wd small SUV. It's been great thus far.
Picking this up tomorrow.
2005 E55. Can't wait. Only have a 15 min drive each day, why not enjoy it.
Last edited by Ryan M; 01-13-2010 at 02:25 PM.
I have this really rare car as my daily driver: 1988 BMW M3 E30 with 2.3l S14 engine
Last edited by Bemari; 01-13-2010 at 03:02 PM.
My E34 525i on the week and the Jeep Wrangler on the weekends
Last edited by M-technik-3; 01-13-2010 at 11:50 PM.
[quote=300whpGTI;398184]Just curious as to what everyone drives when their M is tucked away. quote]
I guess I don't understand the question!
Last edited by 1st Roundel; 04-12-2010 at 07:43 PM.
Love my Tacoma! Almost 100,000 miles. Not a single thing wrong, not even a single wierd noise I had expected over the years.
auto-tragic, but she has been good to me so far. from cali to va+
M-B 300CE (my wifes) here shown on 15" winter but we use 17" AMG lookalike s for summer
had this 500E for dd but sold it one and a half year ago .. still miss this car so much
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