Time has change, hasn't it.ministerofdeath said:I love American automobiles and grew-up around UAW folks that wouldn't allow a foreign car to be parked in their drive-way. However, I have always liked the performance and safety features that are always first available in the European cars. I was just watching the show "Dateline" not to long ago when they did a safety evaluation of all 2006 cars and the BMW 3-series was rated one of the best cars for safety. There are few American cars that I like, but I have to say I like every car the Germans make.
Yes, SC indeed...steyrile said:I think Spartansburg is actually in SC, no? I drive a '90 325i cabrio for fun. '89 Dodge 3/4 ton Diesel for climbing hills and '95 Buick Park Ave for ferrying the aged parents around. '96 is the first year for mandatory smog inspections here so we'll stick with the oldies as long as possible. Used to drive used RENAULTS when we could get them in the states. The '83 Fuego Turbo still ranks as my all time favorite ('88 BMW 535is a distant second) and I've probably owned 25 cars over the years. Even had a Citroen ID-19 wagon for awhile... 8-O
Woopty do. Going fast in a straight line is ok for some...lycanthrope said:You can't make 500 hp for $1500 in any Euro engine.
God bless the small bock Chevy.