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26 minutes ago, Drak3 said:

Don't lump me in with them. I'm an enthusiast of mechanic design, be it engines, weaponry, or productive machinery. Not a guy with a wrench that reads the marketing garbage AFE/insert other "enthusiast" brand that can't legally warranty half of their products.

 

I fail to see a correlation between people screeching variations of "forced induction is more efficient!!! Reclaimed energy!!!" and anything I've said.

If you can't be civil. Please leave

 

Edit. That goes for everyone in the thread

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27 minutes ago, iDeFecZx said:

Must admit the E3* era of BMWs brought some of the best looking BMWs to date.

Everything since then has been average

Two of my favorite BMW's are the Z3m coupe, and the E31 8-series... I actually saw them both together at the Munich Legends last week, along with a shit load of other beautiful machines. They had a Z8 and a couple of E9's too ❤️

 

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4 hours ago, veldora said:

It's a really clean car though. Don't mean any disrespect, just your photography skills are so good, they show some of the cars flaws to me lol. But it's cool what you do with the factory options, I like that ?

Even with my dream car, I still have a ton I'd change on it because I find parts of it ugly from that Era. Like the steering wheel or all the vacuum lines. 

One of the general things that I dislike about car design is the 'fake diffuser' trend, where there's a piece of plastic moulded to look like an actual rear diffuser. My car has it, and it's been rampant on the Focus and Fiesta for years now. I'm looking into a way to remove the bumper insert and custom make an ACTUAL metal diffuser to go into the gap

 



 

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20 minutes ago, Ross Siggers said:

Two of my favorite BMW's are the Z3m coupe, and the E31 8-series... I actually saw them both together at the Munich Legends last week, along with a shit load of other beautiful machines. They had a Z8 and a couple of E9's too ❤️

 

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Im hoping for either an E46 M3 or an E38 740i as my first *true* BMW in the new couple years before prices becoming silly


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7 minutes ago, iDeFecZx said:

Im hoping for either an E46 M3 or an E38 740i as my first *true* BMW in the new couple years before prices becoming silly

I'm so very tempted to pick up an E46 M right now...they're probably at the lowest they'll ever be. Regarded as one of the best M3's, and they start at around £6-7k these days which is bonkers. But I'd have to sell my 36 to afford one. Sell a car that's already appreciating...to get a car that is still depretiating, but with more potential as a classic, way down the line?  

Personally as much as I'd love to I don't have the time or money to store/run an E46 M to the standard I'd want to.

E38's are beautiful too, some nice wheels and a little lowering and they're cruising machines. 



 

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20 minutes ago, Ross Siggers said:

I'm so very tempted to pick up an E46 M right now...they're probably at the lowest they'll ever be. Regarded as one of the best M3's, and they start at around £6-7k these days which is bonkers. But I'd have to sell my 36 to afford one. Sell a car that's already appreciating...to get a car that is still depretiating, but with more potential as a classic, way down the line?  

Personally as much as I'd love to I don't have the time or money to store/run an E46 M to the standard I'd want to.

E38's are beautiful too, some nice wheels and a little lowering and they're cruising machines. 

I've wanted both for years now.  Only reason ive not looked for an M3 yet is down to insurance companys wanting the more than the cars value to insure it lmao


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me and my guy are both looking at 2000s SUVs that both start with T but one was co developed with Ford and the other is the larger replacement for the S-10 Blazer.

 

I was having an interesting conversation with a seller of a 2005 Mazda Tribute. It's got a V6 with 4WD.

 

I'm pretty impressed on how much information about how they took care of it and it seems they kept it pretty well, they got it in 2009 and the second owner (it was a lease for the first 4 years of its life).

 

I ran an autocheck on it because if I can get funding for it I would honestly buy it once I get an idea of costs for fixing a valve cover gasket that's leaking a little and fixing a seized parking break from not being used and then getting stuff to do some very small rust repair on the tailgate. I'd also have to look at what labor would cost for tires since I have an idea of what a set of 4 new tires would cost.

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22 minutes ago, pinksnowbirdie said:

me and my guy are both looking at 2000s SUVs that both start with T but one was co developed with Ford and the other is the larger replacement for the S-10 Blazer.

 

I was having an interesting conversation with a seller of a 2005 Mazda Tribute. It's got a V6 with 4WD.

 

I'm pretty impressed on how much information about how they took care of it and it seems they kept it pretty well, they got it in 2009 and the second owner (it was a lease for the first 4 years of its life).

 

I ran an autocheck on it because if I can get funding for it I would honestly buy it once I get an idea of costs for fixing a valve cover gasket that's leaking a little and fixing a seized parking break from not being used and then getting stuff to do some very small rust repair on the tailgate. I'd also have to look at what labor would cost for tires since I have an idea of what a set of 4 new tires would cost.

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bruh if the rust is that bad- get something else. Maybe the trailblazer if its got a 5.3


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5 hours ago, pinksnowbirdie said:

I'd also have to look at what labor would cost for tires since I have an idea of what a set of 4 new tires would cost.

Not sure how it works for you guys in the States but over here fitting is usually included in the cost of the tyre. Otherwise its roughly a tenner a tyre for fitting and balancing


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2 hours ago, iDeFecZx said:

Not sure how it works for you guys in the States but over here fitting is usually included in the cost of the tyre. Otherwise its roughly a tenner a tyre for fitting and balancing

I presume the fitting is included but some places are weird


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7 hours ago, vinyldash303 said:

bruh if the rust is that bad- get something else. Maybe the trailblazer if its got a 5.3

 

6 hours ago, Bitter said:

If the tail gate is that rusty, what's it look like under it and especially around where the struts attach to the body?

Well that’s what I should ask next, but that doesn’t seem like a whole lot of rust for a Minnesota car. You have to remember, this is Minnesota.


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7 hours ago, pinksnowbirdie said:

me and my guy are both looking at 2000s SUVs that both start with T but one was co developed with Ford and the other is the larger replacement for the S-10 Blazer.

 

I was having an interesting conversation with a seller of a 2005 Mazda Tribute. It's got a V6 with 4WD.

 

I'm pretty impressed on how much information about how they took care of it and it seems they kept it pretty well, they got it in 2009 and the second owner (it was a lease for the first 4 years of its life).

 

I ran an autocheck on it because if I can get funding for it I would honestly buy it once I get an idea of costs for fixing a valve cover gasket that's leaking a little and fixing a seized parking break from not being used and then getting stuff to do some very small rust repair on the tailgate. I'd also have to look at what labor would cost for tires since I have an idea of what a set of 4 new tires would cost.

 

mazdas from like 90s up until like 2010 are not worth it cause of the rust issues they had (it may look fine .. .but the rust doesnt always show up trough the paint )
either find one without rust or you have to look for a different brand 


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7 hours ago, vinyldash303 said:

bruh if the rust is that bad- get something else. Maybe the trailblazer if its got a 5.3

All I’m gonna be able to afford is the I6 lmao 

5 minutes ago, PandaCopyRight said:

mazdas from like 90s up until like 2010 are not worth it cause of the rust issues they had (it may look fine .. .but the rust doesnt always show up trough the paint )
either find one without rust or you have to look for a different brand 

You could say the same for a lot of northern owned cars 


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Just now, pinksnowbirdie said:

All I’m gonna be able to afford is the I6 lmao 

You could say the same for a lot of northern owned cars 

no, i could say the same for most cars of that era ... in areas that had any kind of colder weather or slightly heavy rain .... 
its when manufacturers started cutting costs on rust protection until they realized that cars start to rust in the warranty period 


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6 minutes ago, PandaCopyRight said:

no, i could say the same for most cars of that era ... in areas that had any kind of colder weather or slightly heavy rain .... 
its when manufacturers started cutting costs on rust protection until they realized that cars start to rust in the warranty period 

Well and that’s what’s I’m trying to say. All I can afford is cars of that era yeah some were better than others but a little bit of rust doesn’t scare me. I dunno how bad cars tend to rust over there, but here in Minnesota. We use some very harsh chemicals for metal on our roads in the winter. My moms trailblazer Was a rental in New York for the first year or so then spent a few months in Arkansas before being registered in North Dakota and then being sold here and there’s some rust on the doors mostly on that lower part but still 

i haven’t seen it in person yet, but when I do I’m gonna make sure that’s the only rust


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So maybe you should look for a car somewhere else or for a car from somewhere else or for a different car that's not known for failing structurally when badly rusted? Why throw your money away on a car that's going to punch a strut through the hood when you hit a pothole and then cost $1,500 to fix? Seems pretty stupid. In your price range trying to get a 4WD SUV is going to get you a pretty shitty and probably unreliable 4WD SUV, so what's the point in having 4WD if the SUV is always busted parked in the driveway? Get a cheap car like a Pontiac Vibe or a 09+ Civic or something and a set of good tires, maybe a second set of steels and snows if you have some storage space.

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I mean other then my rear view mirror? :P....Keep thinking about that and you'll realize thats because I have a mustang and went into the building and your parked behind me.


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5 hours ago, PandaCopyRight said:

no, i could say the same for most cars of that era ... in areas that had any kind of colder weather or slightly heavy rain .... 
its when manufacturers started cutting costs on rust protection until they realized that cars start to rust in the warranty period 

Rain does not cause rust. Salt causes rust. We live in oregon and theres rust free cars from the 70s rolling around. 


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20 minutes ago, vinyldash303 said:

Rain does not cause rust. Salt causes rust. We live in oregon and theres rust free cars from the 70s rolling around. 

Case in point.

Never buy a car thats spent its life around the coast


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8 minutes ago, iDeFecZx said:

Case in point.

Never buy a car thats spent its life around the coast

im technically 50 miles or so from coast. things dont rust here.

So maybe right on the coast.

It's road salt I think is the biggest problem really

I actually work on a salt dome too lol. but it's all underground


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14 minutes ago, iDeFecZx said:

Case in point.

Never buy a car thats spent its life around the coast

My S10 spent its entire life at the coast. 0 rust. Same with Dad’s 98 F150. Its also rust free. 


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After having mine repaired, you just know I'm trying to find somewhere to garage it for Winter :P 

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1 minute ago, Ross Siggers said:

Also, controversial opinion; I like the hotdogs from Five Guys, more than the burgers

I've never had their hot dogs, but then again I'm not huge into hot dogs in general. There's a Smashburger nearby that location too and I wasnt impressed. I hate Moes/Chipotle (not a burrito person)


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Why are fog lights so expensive lol wanna kms 

Gonna spend like 160 bucks on two tiny fog lights smh 


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