somewhere in a Beemer factory the dude that installs the turn signals is weeping tears of joys
Yea it’s making you look like a normal human being
@megamanx181x, "but I drive a BMW, I'm above everyone else"
-everyone that drives a BMW
@Not him again, Mercedes is better
@megamanx181x, if I was going to drive either, it would definitely be a Mercedes. But I like to know what the problems are with my own car rather than run to the dealership everytime the check engine light comes on. I'm not knocking imports at all, but those European cars can be a huge headache.
My friend, who is a much better mechanic than me (and I consider myself to be pretty good) took a job of putting a new engine in a 1989 Benz. I've done probably dozens of these in American and Japanese made cars, and so has he. After he finished that job he told me he would never work on a Mercedes again.
@Not him again, i got a 2015 VW golf R and it’s a little temperamental car. Some things are easy to work and others require a lot of authorization from engineers at head quarters for major repairs. My 2006 Pontiac GTO however is very simple and straight forward
@megamanx181x, don't get me wrong, I have a lot of respect for the people that tune cars like that. If I'm being honest, unless I had a 100k buffer to put into an American made car, I probably wouldn't touch it. I mean I'm only 32, but back when I was actually working on building some type of "race car", it was all old school. The most advanced thing I built was my 1990 Plymouth Laser turbo (mitsu eclipse turbo fwd). I had 3 of them in my driveway and just yanked parts from each one to try and make one the best. I was 16 and my dad was pissed that I had 3 cars in his driveway, so the best I got was a 13.2 second fwd laser. But now I just feel retarded with all the computerization
@Not him again, my GTO is stock but I have done some repairs myself and excluding of course anything computer related the simplicity and the space you get on American cars is very helpful. With Asian cars at least they have made them easier in the engine bay to service since they know many of their models are daily drivers
@megamanx181x, I almost bought a GTO, but I am determined to find a trailblazer ss.
@Not him again, good choice, comes with the LS2 and I was impressed that made that cool custom air intake tube which feeds into though a vent between the headlight and.l blinker. Such a shame they never made a real SS Silverado with an LS aluminum block.
@megamanx181x, yeah the SS Silverado was a giant disappointment. I test drove a trailblazer ss and I don't think the salesman knew what it was bc he about shjt his pants when I punched it
@Not him again, i can’t believe Silverado SS had a cast iron vortec engine the entire time and yet the SS pickup truck started with an iron block and then got LS engine. Oh man that’s funny when sales people don’t know anything about the cars performance, I test drove a little Pontiac G4 at one dealership and the guy got scared I did that and he wouldn’t let me test drive the GTO. Went to another dealership and the salesmen KNEW what the GTO can do and told me to go on the freeway and punch it. All his loose change flew out of his slack pockets but he was cool with it.
Not as much as everyone who has to drive anywhere near you
Yeah, something is definitely wrong
@Beggar Mugger, clearly that arrow isn’t right
@Invisigoth, what you did there...I see it