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A result with a bad cap is water heats more quickly and its counterpart steam occurs at a lower temperature. Usually it will spill over into the coolant reservoir tank. When it is steam it simply dissipates making detection more difficult. At times the coolant reservoir will be a dingy dirty look like there was muddy water present if the radiator is afoul from lack of maintenance.

The problem is, Trump isn doing this to force China to improve their human rights conditions. If he was this might be viewed as smart global policy (if bad economic policy). So it a good thing for the wrong reasons that is going to hurt a lot of people without resulting in any meaningful change.

Monika, I was in line at Target and the guy couldnt figure anything out. I had nonfood items but you can ring it all as 1 transaction and it will say whats not included. He kept seperating everything and making things so much harder/much longer than they had to. After I repeated that it was fine to do 1 transaction numerous times, I just told him to suspend it and that I was going to find someone who knew what they were doing. I left his lane in tears and went to customer service and complained. I spoke w a manager and she felt bad and rerung everything right but it made me feel like shit.

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“We clearly see that there is a growing middle class coming through in Africa and that there is a lot of interest in development and we assume that the middle class as we have seen it in South Africa is growing and there is purchasing power and there is a demand for our cars as well,” he told CNN’s Robyn Curnow.

That planted the seed of my interest and I was fascinated by them, and just learned as much as I could. Before buying my current car I studied up so I wouldn’t get stuck with an expensive BMW lemon that breaks down! So yeah just researching online, talking to our mechanic oh and I collect old magazines from the 80s and 90s so they have heaps of info in them, just reading up I guess and through experience learned with my own car. Thanks for the question Ashley and best wishes for 2011

Convenient that only the ones that you say are reputable just happen to prove your point. You even posted a CNBC article, which I thought was the equivalent of a four letter word on this sub. Even Bjorn doesn consider the model 3 a luxury car. If the S is lacking luxury features, how is the stripped down model 3 going to be luxury?

So in the last 3 weeks my ute has broken in 3 different ways, and is currently still out of commission. Can complain too much though, apart from a lose spark plug wire it been rock solid for about a year and a half from the engine swap until now, and the problems are only minor in the grand scheme of things.

The price for this stunning kit? How about $21,000! Only $1,000 more than the MK4 Roadster, which you’ll find is a bargain. Again, you’ll need a Ford engine, transmission, rear end, paint, wheels, tyres, battery, and fuel pump, so expect to pay $26,000 and up. Although if you are going to buy one, why not spend a little extra and build a 302 Boss Mustang engine? It would work so well in this!

Our goal is to have only two vehicles, however we are trying to find something that meets our needs. DH (dear husband) drives 130 km to work one way, in the winter he usually stays near his work (he receives a generous travel and board allowance) but we live in an area with tons of snow we’ve had roads shut down multiple times, people ending up in the ditch including DH (dear husband) once this winter (he was driving the van with snow tires as his car was in the shop). So he really does need a AWD/4×4 in the winter. The issue is how much fuel these vehicles use, so DH (dear husband) really wants to get a BMW X3/5 diesel, but those cost more than we want to spend at this point.

Whether these things are valuable to people or not is not the point, the point is, if I am paying such a premium for a BMW, I want it to have a all the features. This has been the case since years and when I asked the salesman why they don have ConnectedDrive, he told me it due to the regulations with TRA in Abu Dhabi they haven approved it for BMW Abu Dhabi.

Kind of just seeing what people think. I figure that i will start a family in about 5 6 years so if im going to have a sick sports car then now is the time. I was always the FI type who was like oh ill never spend money on a car because its a waste blah blah, but if im only spending an extra couple hundred to enjoy myself then why not? gotta live it up every once in awhile.

Dealership 1 I was on vacation one week and decided to make the two hour drive to test drive a Mini. I arrived at the dealership and felt like I was more of a pain since I wasn’t buying at that time. I was given a short test drive and was sent on my way. That thoroughly discouraged me and I stopped looking for awhile.

Dealerships aren’t everywhere. In my case, the closest dealership is about an hour and a half away. It is certainly a pain to drive to. I am lucky that I have one that close. Other people may have to travel hours to get to a Mini dealership. If you do buy a car, then ensure that you learn about your warranty. The flatbed service they offer to pickup your Mini is only for a limited area, and even getting a rental while your car is being repaired can be limited in how far you can drive it.

In order to place another above us, we have to consider ourselves as beneath them. While you may respect them or think them worthy of such esteem, in actual fact you are setting your relationship with them up for failure. We hold people that we put on pedestals to a higher standard than we hold ourselves or others. We see them as more than and better than and while this may be true, it is only true in certain areas of their lives and specific arenas that they operate in. In other areas of their lives they have their shortcomings and when you have someone on a pedestal your tendency is to focus only on your own. This has a negative impact on your own sense of self worth and self esteem. You overlook your own attributes, skills and abilities in favour of the other. You cannot effectively work with the other when you are holding yourself back.

Bridging the GT only and LMP/GT series is the fan favourite Japanese Super GT series. Super GT features the aforementioned GT3 category (known as GT300), with some custom cars thrown in the mix, such as the infamous Toyota Prius Racer. Super GT also has the draw of GT500, spec chassis prototype GT cars with turbocharged 4 cylinder engines. They are very fast and very exciting to watch, and feature cars from Nissan, Honda and Toyota/Lexus.

It typically not well recieved in this sub, but I fully support your notion of spending extra on a car. I earn a similar wage in the midwest, and driving my dream car for three years was absolutely worth it. I drive a lot, so I wanted something I enjoy a lot!

Reitman, who has a neutral rating on Ferrari stock and a 12 month price target of $141, said he’s confident in the company’s new CEO Louis Camilleri. Previous management pushed volume of lower priced series cars at any cost while Camilleri has put an emphasis on higher end models like the upcoming mid engined SF90 Stradale plug in hybrid supercar, which is expected to be priced around 400,000 euros ($456,000).

IMO, in equal cars they are def not by a mile (both not figuratively, and def not literally). VER, BOT, and, hopefully sooner rather than later, LEC would be well within 1 mile. Now, as far as experience, yes, these are the most experienced drivers. The con to experience is that it comes with age.

Should you have further questions or need additional information, you may reply directly to this e mail. Not to the optimal levels like you would doing a precondition but there is some residual warming. So my point was, if you are plugged in, and start conditioning for say 30 min, when you unplug the battery will be in a better state and range than if you simply took off cold. That has been my experience anyway, simple climatizing while plugged in helps your range vs cold startsWe had pretty bad wintery weather here for a week or two, so I parked my i3 and left it plugged in for that time I drove my other vehicle which is more suited to deep snow. I had also turned off all my scheduled departure times so as to not waste power warming the car up when I wasn’t going to drive it.

3) Pete Buttigieg. Now I going to preemptively defend his 3 slot by saying, I don think he in any way qualified to be President. That being said, he the top contender for VP. He carries himself extremely well with very desirable VP traits. He friendly, humble, charming, charismatic with solid understanding of a surprising range of issues. His few solutions were mediocre, but he seemed pretty washy on taking hard stances anyway. It obvious he doesn have the experience of many people on the stage, but he a solid campaigner from a very critical state; which is the dream scenario for a VP pick.

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I mean Tonys Dodge Demon from the article was rated at 275hp gross, it probably only made around 230hp net from the factory. And that was made before the emission laws really kicked in so it not like it strangled, that just how much power it made. Last year I bought a RWD car that made 240hp for $2600, that probably would have lasted longer than that Demon without needing a rebuild or other major work if I hadn ripped the engine out for a swap. Those old muscle cars are awesome, but I don really think we getting the short end of the stick when it comes to cheap performance.

Will others have better than chance odds of being correct in saying that the person is a pretentious sheep? LOL, no. I assume they drive the car because they want to. There is nothing pretentious about driving a car you want and can afford. Its not my place to judge and decide how someone else should spend their hard earned money. To me this is silly. You wouldn’t drive a BMW because you are worried that others will view you as pretentious. I think you are puting way too much stock in what others think about you. Do you make any assumptions about the drivers of these cars? No.

How They’re ConstructedCabinet box The cabinet box is generally touted as “all plywood” and it is. However, the plywood itself is purchased with low price in mind, so it is common to experience peeling veneers and severely warped panels. Furthermore, the interior coatings used to finish the plywood are of low quality, so the interior generally has a ‘starved’ and coarse look/feel.

For example I was interested in a 2010 2013 Toyota Avalon. But when I looked up the TSB I found they have poorly designed routing for the hose that carries engine coolant. The hose rubs against the engine, gets hot, wears down, and eventually breaks open. Once it breaks open the car loses all its coolant and the engine overheats within 3 minutes. Destroyed engine in 3 minutes. on a Toyota. not something you EVER expect to happen to a Toyota. But this specific model and year has this problem.

Later that week I was driving my BMW 735 too fast (near my home) and got pulled over by a police officer who informed me my tail light was not working. I told him to follow behind me to the next filling station where I would get it repaired and he obeyed like a puppy, even helping to replace the lamp.

Indeed, the Alpina engineering centre is so sophisticated that it houses eight dynamometers kitrepresenting an investment of more than 12m that are used to assess the output of the specially modified, always twin turbocharged Alpina engines. These engines are designed to provide not just a high top speed, but surprising improvements in fuel economy and the greater pulling power that gives the cars both astonishing acceleration and effortless long distance cruising ability. Every Alpina also gets modified electronics, an upgraded gearbox, aerodynamic enhancements, highly adaptable suspension that radically improves both handling andcomfort, and a signature touch, this a set ofhighly distinctive 20 spoke wheels.

2 is even harder, because cheaters never admit they cheated. You not going to be able to interview them, because they either going to clam up and say “no comment,” or they keep insisting they didn cheat. Maybe that why there has been so little written on it. I did read an interview with Eddy Hellebuyck where, years after the fact, he admitted that he been doping. But that was kind of different in that he was a world class runner making a living off of running, and was doping instead of course cutting.

For the reddit discussion on the rest of his talk, see here. The apps will give info on any maintenance that needs to be done, recalls on parts, non mutable mileage, how far until next oil change, etc. All the information could be imported from the car through the internet to the blockchain. Then, using Thor saved onto the blockchain. I also could say it never been in an accident before even though it has been. I could also say it has all OEM parts but if we use blockchain we could have a small microchip IOT that verifies the part is OEM instead of 3rd party. Also, a scammer could swap VIN from a broken car to a stolen car. Blockchain can prevent scams and save companies $$ because of immutable data.

For your $20K budget you can pick up some real clean examples.Good Luck!For that price and 30 seconds on ebay, I’d go for this mint 1978 911 SC for $13KOr for something a bit newer and more powerful, this 1987 911 Turbo looks good for $17KThose choices aside, I’d only be looking at a classic 911 because there amazing fun, beautiful and because there are a lot of them, they are either mint or a little knackered but cheap! Plus lots of replacement/aftermarket parts.I’ve written a hub on Porsche’s, I won’t link to it on here for fear of getting reported, but have a look on my profile.I like the idea of an early Porsche too.