Totally agree! (y) . . . . but for how long? :rolleyes:
Are you on commission, Spuff? :whistle: :D
I dread to think how much money my car has lost in value over the last 4 years.
That's why I don't bother checking :eek:
That's normal practice on most cars, especially when they've done more than 50k. I would always fit dampers in pairs to ensure that the suspension...
I've watched the first couple of episodes of TG with McGuiness and Flinthoff, but it's not for me. That's not to say that I did not find it all...
Wasn't it Rallye Green which I selected on my M5 build option?
I wonder how much of the Tesla's range that drag race would have used up?
That's a great job @Wynne71 (y) Maybe not as good as full refurb, but I would say that it's as good as you'll get it for a local repair.
What an absolute PITA. :banghead:
You have my sympathies @The CO. I can't imagine how frustrating it must be, but at least they found several...
A good improvement to the front grill - much better. (y)
Only 10 different combinations? That sounds as useless as the old Ford Cortina ignition keys, although I think there were only 6 of those....
Welcome to the Land, and thanks for passing on that info. I'm glad it was a simple fix. (y) :)
Just sheer stupidity. There are plenty of them out there, with relatively high performance cars and not a clue how to handle them. I doubt that...
Cost saving measure - much easier to manufacture the bonnet pressing.
That's a nice clean example. Welcome to the Land. (y)
On the F30 / 31 the front of the bonnet is a fixed part of the valance about 10 cm wide.
The attached photo shows the shut line at the front of...
So easily done. DAMHIK :whistling:
Get some clear varnish (top coat) on the scar to prevent corrosion until you get a repair done.
Better to have dwarves rather than goblins. They are far worse, ugly little creatures. :whistling: :ROFLMAO:
The styling looks nice, and even the grills are OK - a sensible size. Helped by the one piece bonnet, as mentioned by @The CO.
Mine's OK. :)
I just don't need an SUV, and will probably never own one, but I think that the RRS looks the business. The BMW looks more like a blown up car on...