Type: Posts; User: Harv
The key recognition system and steering lock. There is a little box behind where you stick the key into the dash. That tells the ECU that the key is a match and wakes the system and unlocks the dash...
As far as problems go, the big one is the EIS/EZL. These can fail at any time without warning and turn the car into a paperweight. Other little things are the control wheel in the center console like...
Those cars are 15,000 feet deep. The Titanic is 12,500 feet deep. These cars ain't comin' back.
1,200 mile 1M. :what:
Did you look at this when you were there? They are cool and all, but 85k??
I like the color combo. I guess these lease decent?
Yeah, problem with this deal is that if you tell them to take the bikes out of the deal for the house, they still want paid for the bikes. You can't just leave that extra 10k on the house because the...
A good sunburn and some Captain Morgan, and Mike from accounting thinks hes in the Baja 500.
I'm betting it's a knock-off. Porsche isn't letting something of that quality out of their factory. The colors are off way too much.
I think the ''BaT tax'' is simply what buyers are willing to pay for the extra service they get from BaT. You aren't getting a hi-res photo gallery with 200+ pictures on Craigslist. You don't have a...
This how much McLaren you can get for $40,000.
Single family owner, heated sport seats and LSD. :thumbup:
NASA Corvette segment was outstanding. :thumbup:
Sold for $72,000 plus $3,600 to BAT. :eek:
That 900 is a great little car to drive. A bunch of miles and flaws, so run it. Curious to see where it ends.
Exactly. My S-Class in 1979 was $31,000. That's $105,000 today. You can buy a S-Class today, out the door, for under $100,000. Do you know what it does? Drives itself. The best tech in my 1979 is ABS...
Americans love living their life one payment at a time.
I remember sitting on Sunday night constantly refreshing his site waiting for the new episode to come out.