I’m very late, but here’s to celebrating the day of BMW’s best selling car in the US.
The following is a CARB certification which is required for every vehicle and powertrain combination. As you can see, the RWD 430i Gran Coupe is certified with both the auto and manual. The 2018 certification also has it listed. The 440i GC is certified for the auto only.
They’ll partner with Andretti and will show up in 2018.
It’s the one day a year when it’s officially my time to shine. We all know how much I love the BMW 320i. I adore it. I want one. I shall have one. It will be mine.
Mostly taken with 5D2 and Leica 50mm, all manual.
Spent some time today cleaning the E60, and spent some time taking some pictures.
In traffic with me right now.
When doing patches for body work, butt weld joints are hard to fit up and inherently weak because in order to blend everything smoothly you have to grind the weld and by the time you’ve got it smooth typically you’ve ground away most of the weld! For this reason an overlap joint is nicer to work with, it allows some…
What is up Oppositelock? I’m back with another college survey! This time it’s for a marketing class. It’s about booze.
I’ve been driving my somewhat-newly-acquired 1995 BMW M3 for six or so months now. In that time, I’ve found attributes to love and issues to loathe, touching on just about every emotion in between. Safe to say, there is a difference between a 1995 Mercedes-Benz designed by old Germans with slide rulers and a BMW…
With the 12 hours of Sebring coming up this weekend, here are some photos I took at the 58th running.
Anyone have one in the GTA? Looking for one before late September to use my no-season runflats, so not in a huge rush. OK with curb rashes, as long as it’s not bent.
By my mom, that is. BMW 330i M-Sport in Tanzanite Blue.
Let’s have a Peugeot for today!
428i/430i Coupe with a 6MT is dead. Can’t even get RWD.
Turns 10a and 10b at Road Atlanta through a 400mm lens.
525,600 minutes: according to RENT, that’s one way to measure a year. On the surface, that’s not actually that much. I mean, $525.6k couldn’t even buy you a Veyron. But 525000+ moments so dear, each one more fleeting than the last? It can change a life. As can drinking that many cups of coffee.