Sorry Alan - I normally post if it is not dial up friendly - but I do forget sometimes that we are not all on on a fast service.Alan said:Yeah, I dated a girl like that.
(sorry I'm still on dial-up modem. Cable's not out here in the country, and fibre optic is miles from us.)
It was those freakin rare earth magnets!lilleyen said:Been there.
I still haven't figured out why they had to follow me all the way down to the end of the lot and park on either side of me.
The parking lot was enormous and only about 5% filled. :evil:
Monkey see monkey do I guess..... :?
One of my friends drives an old junker that has more bondo and primer showing than anything else. He always drives it to work (downtown) rather than his nice car. When I asked why he didn;t at least paint it he told me, "nobody will ever steal it, traffic avoids it, and it's fun seeing how far over a limo will get into the other lane when they're beside it."pauljo said:Best advice is to by an old car that already has some minor cosmetic damage. Nothing ever happens to those...
The first two BMW car models that sold well in the USA were the 1600 and the 2002. They were very similar except for engine displacement. The 2002 had a 2 liter engine (and was pretty fast for its day).Mike said:Hey Paul, I always enjoy reading your posts. However the one above
has me stumped. How did you buy a 2002 BMW in 1969?