Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by markw, Feb 3, 2005.
-Cargraphic 19X9 and 19X10 w/ S-03s
-Hamann DTM Exhaust
-Gruppe M CAI
-KW V2 Coilovers
Well, it's no Cavalier...
It's funny.. Those wheels are worth more than any Cavy I know of, yet they are only worth about 1/10 of the cost of the car that they are actually on.
If you took away the motor, the chassis, the suspension, the rwd, the interior, the history etc etc, then you might have a crapalier, or not.
x 341 billlion!
That's pretty tasty.
Perfection! It's soooo clean
I think, even without all of that, it would still be too good.
love the car, ever since i watched mischief 3000 i have loved the m5's
do we really need to keep the cavalier trashing going on? it is kinda old.
Shut the fuck up.
oh ok, so your gonna trash on me because i want to read about sweet cars not 5 different threads about trashing crapaliers
Shut the fuck up!
Hands down my favorite BMW ever made would be the M1, I Know it's outdated but I still love it. Sorry about the thread jacking
The M1 had the 3.5 liter straight six that powered BMW sedans.
With a 24-valve cylinder head, the engine had 277 hp at 6500 rpm and develops 239 ft/lb of torque at 5000 rpm. Several racing versions exist with power outputs of up to 850hp.
The M1 was all Italian in look and feel, but had a big BMW engine wailing from the back. As one writer puts it, "the sensation of having that twin-cam six just behind your head is hard to describe-it's like extra bass, but without the 12-inch woofers." Only a handful of road versions of the M1 exist.
I've got the model art car M1, its a beaut. car Thats an acceptable thread jack, if it was a jbod, I'd be pissed