It shows. 240,000 miles on this 2.7t equipped A6 and from the pictures, it still looks minty fresh. »
Welcome to Ridiculous Rebadges, a series of articles in which I go through and examine the details and circumstances surrounding some of the more infamous and some of the more esoteric vehicular rebadges throughout automotive history. »
This reminds me a bit of the biker group in New York, only instead of sports bikes and a Range Rover, it’s been San Francisco-ified with cyclists and a Zipcar Subaru. I don’t care who technically hit who here. Speaking as a cyclist and a motorist, I say this: if it were me, the second a group of people surround my car… »
I don’t have my math textbook yet because all the sophomores took them…so I have to use the online edition. Now this wouldn’t be a problem, but I discovered that the book wouldn’t open when using Safari, Firefox, and Chrome. So what’s the only browser that works with the book? That’s right. Internet Explorer. It’s… »
I wouldn’t normally begin any race meeting report in such a manner, but exceptions have to be made. For anyone with an interest in classic motoring or motorsport, I would say this is a very important read. »
Turned a replica of the old-school BMW shifter. There were a bunch of subtle variations of this basic shape over the years/models, and I went for the chunkier top. Another coat of clear, an emblem, and it’ll be ready to shift!
This last Saturday was the Northern Worthersee Event in Frankenmuth Michigan. The event started in 2013 and has drawn folks as far away as New York and the Carolinas. »
So my fiancée has been pregnant since February and we’ve been talking about replacing her aging 2002 CRV with something a little larger. »