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/o/ what the hell is this and where do i get one? https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=EIgzfiFOTwY#t=551 also why don't we all live in Finland?
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Alright /o/, I need some advice. I've had this large crack on the starter housing of my transmission, and now I've decided the time has come to fix it/replace it. The starter seats properly, and the crack has maybe grown a quarter inch over the past 6 months. Is this weld able? I realize how much more indepth aluminum welding is but big block c6's are hard to come by where I live. Should I start talking to welder a in my area or should I just start shopping for a new tranny?
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Hey /o/ I was here a few months ago asking opinions on a 2007 or 2008 BMW 328/335 Coupe. I've recently found one that I'm interested in purchasing, and was wondering what kind of maintenance costs I can expect. The info: 2008 BMW 328xi Coupe 107k Miles Link: http://www.yonkerskia.com/used/2008-bmw-3_series-2dr_cpe_328xi_awd_sulev-078549yk/ any help would be much appreciated, thanks in advance!
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I need advice on getting a first car. I thought about buying a used one and came across this car, a 2006 Chrysler Sebring Touring for only $500. http://stockton.craigslist.org/cto/4608846571.html Problem is the engine doesn't run. Now I'm willing to learn how to fix it and can buy tools, even have an uncle visiting us next week who's a mechanic who can help me. Is this a good idea to get a cheap, reliable car? I figure that if I'm buying used, I might as well get one that I know is definitely going to be reliable because I fixed it.
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http://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/cto/4628376883.html So I went full retard and went and bought myself a "running project" as a first car, and now I've figured out that it might be a good idea to have a point A to point B car on the side. I'm looking at this SL2, and it seems to be a reliable little vehicle from the reviews I've skimmed over. Is this a good choice or am I better off looking at other sub-$1000 shitboxes? Most of the stuff in that price range in my area are beat to shit/riced out Hondas. I'd also prefer manual.
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/o/, I understand that disk brakes sometimes have holes in them for better heat dissipation and performance when conditions are wet. That leads me to the question: why don't all disk brakes have holes in them?
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Hey /o/ I know nothing about cars. I try to avoid hazards, but I hit a puddle today. I saw white smoke come from the hood of my car for about 5-10 seconds and then it stopped. My ran ran fine, I don't notice anything different but it scared me. Is it something to worry about? Most of the websites I looked at said it's not abnormal. It make sense--hot engine evaporates the water and that's the steam I saw. If my car is running normally (no apparent damage to the electronics, sounds the same, runs the same etc.) it'll probably be okay, right?
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General Subaru hate thread. All negative opinions are welcome.
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My 96 Civic has been grinding occasionally when shifting between 1st and 2nd lately and made a weird metallic clang sound (felt like it was below my feet?) while turning on a freeway offramp today. I got the car checked out a few months ago when I bought it, and was told it had worn struts (cost of replacing is almost half the cost of the car), worn tires (replaced), and a few other minor issues. I'm planning on taking it to a mechanic to get it checked out soon, but problem is I wanted to drive down to see my girlfriend tomorrow, and she lives over an hour away. Should I risk it and drive down, or get the car checked out first? It seems to drive fine, I'm just worried about that noise in particular. pic related, basically my car
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So, I had a dream last night that I totaled my car, and felt an intense connection with it as its oil leaked out onto the road in its final moments. I woke up weeping. What the fuck is wrong with me? I just took it for a drive this morning to make sure everything was okay.
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Anyone know how hard it is to get a dealership license? I've been flipping cars for a while now on Craigslist and I'm thinking it's time to go legit now and turn this into a real business. How much does it cost though, and what kind of hoops is the government gonna make me jump through?
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The Saab 9-3’s famous driving-experience is of course preserved in the EV, helped by its low center of gravity and a 50/50 weight distribution. “We are happy to present the result of Nevs engineering into a real Saab EV product. The Saab cars’ well-known performance and safety is maintained and we foresee a very good product for the market. When we developed the Saab 9-3 Aero Sedan Model Year 14, we focused on enhancing the driving experience, safety and quality. And the starting point for our development of the Electric Vehicle project was to maintain all the good attributes and characteristics”, said Stig Nodin, Vice President Engineering and Product Development. The car shown in Trollhättan today is one from the first prototype series of cars and it was produced in the Trollhättan plant in May. The car is equipped with lithium-ion batteries from Beijing National Battery Technology, a company within the Chinese group of green tech companies owned by Kai Johan Jiang’s company National Modern Energy Holdings Ltd. In this phase of the development the performance of the prototype series are limited to: The range for this prototype series of cars is approximately 200 km. Acceleration 0-100 km/h, 0-60 mph 10 sec. Maximum speed of 120 km/h. Engine power 140 hp, 100 kW. Pretty slow acceleration. Must be the batteries since an induction motor should be able to pull more than that weight. Still, nice to see SAAB is finally making an electric car.
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So my car is black and has a little too much chrome on it. I kinda like the blacked out look but everyone does that. What are some other options or ideas that are less common but still look good (and subtle)?
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Anyone here have own a Celica? Looking at getting this one and they seem to be pretty reliable and decently fast. Just wondering if there is anything I should know about them before buying. http://rockford.craigslist.org/cto/4628999391.html
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Tell me, what's in your opinion the prettiest car in the world?
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https://ca.news.yahoo.com/alberta-elders-group-call-computerized-200522956.html >baby boomers
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What's the going rate for a machine shop to go over a 1.8l engine block? I'm trying to price a rebuild for a cheap NA Miata I'm looking at (it doesn't need one, I'm just planning on keeping the stock motor and making a RAECCAR It's gonna be my auto x car then this winter I'm probably going to rebuild the motor (high mileage) and slap a hard top on it. Then get to work on the suspension and brakes and tires and whatnot
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What would your car have to say about it's life just seconds before it was crushed? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UfsEj7AOGI
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Planning to buy a naked bike for daily use. Choices are: BMW f800r Ducati monster 796 Kawasaki er-6n Triumph ST Honda, yamaha and ktm are off.
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What cars would you want to see in an open world street racing game?
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