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That silver 510 looks more like a coupe than a sedan. Any more pictures of it? It looks pretty sweet.

2 weeks ago on Hunting The Uncommon At Common Snapper

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£50,000 for a seven year old Mitsubishi. Yeah, a big reason to smile

2 weeks, 1 day ago on Goodbye Evo, It’s Been Fun

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@PaddyMcGrath @Vittorio Jano  Didn't mean to sound too negative about this car. What I meant was that people shouldn't get too emotional about mass produced goods (17000 units counts). There were over 2 million e30s made and over 17000 of them were M3s. Hardly a unique piece of art then. So my point is that no matter what the owner of this car does to it, it isn't worth of anyone's hate. I have to say I find this "f*ck u purists"-attitude quite childish.


About the engine. It's just my personal opinion that I would prefer a lightweight and especially short four cylinder engine instead of a long (but glorious, of course) six cylinder. I happen to be one who worships balance, elegance and efficiency and I base my opinion on that. Of course your opinion may differ and you for example may prefer brute force and that's totally ok. It is quite irrelevant if someone has done something before. 



2 weeks, 4 days ago on How To Make Enemies And Upset People

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I think it looks pretty cool, but i'm not a big fan of the heavy lump of an engine nor the audio. No reason for hating though. In the end it's just another mass produced marketing exercise.

2 weeks, 6 days ago on How To Make Enemies And Upset People

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@wheatgod  Pinto the engine and Pinto the car are two different animals

3 weeks, 1 day ago on From Grocery-Getting To The Grid. </br>300hp Of Escort&nbsp;Awesome

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@boost me till i burst  Apart from the engine placement the WRC cars aren't that far from the group B in terms of being wild. Also the rule to build 200 pointless road cars that nobody wanted to buy was ridiculous and would be hard to sell for manufacturers if you compare it to WRC rules. The leaps in transmission and suspension technology would have eventually made the group B cars more sophisticated (read boring) just like the WRC cars of today. Group B just happened to exist in unique place in time where the available technology and surrounding society allowed the cars and the sport to be outrageous and it will never happen again.

4 weeks, 1 day ago on Meeting Your Heroes.</br>Inside a Group B&nbsp;Legend

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