I suppose this all started while going for a ride with my wife in my 2014 328i, a car with over 120,000 miles on it, and my faithful daily driver. Every pothole produced a sort of bone-crunching sound that reverberated through the chassis, a result of daily trips down Rt. 80 in New Jersey. I had been hinting that it…
I’d like to think my love of cars comes from my grandfather. My dad was never a gear head, nor were most of my friends growing up. Though my grandfather died when I was just a wee lad, he left an impression on me with his weekly car washes and aggresive city driving. I will also never forget that he died without…
Your guilty pleasure...you're rich, and you want to stock your garage. What car do you get multiple versions of?
I'll set the scene. You're playing (insert video game here), and you've won a lot of money. Since their isn't to much left to do, or tweak, you go into back into the car buying section and pick up a different version of your favorite car. Then, it sits in your garage, never to be used. But you know it's THERE.
As many of you know, BMW has a free maintainence program, and it allows an oil change every 10,000 miles, or once a year, whichever comes first.
That's my M3. I love it, it's the best car ever bla bla bla bla yadda yadda. Truthfully? It sits in the garage most of the time, for a ton of reasons.
The picture above is of my very first car; a 1997 3000GT SL. I loved that car, despite the fact that something was always breaking, and it was slower then my grandmas Accord Coupe. But that car had presence. It may not have been a VR-4, but it was a 3000GT, and for a 17 year old and his friends, that was enough.
Hi, I'm Mike, and I have a confession to make. I love BMWs.