I was just wondering if anyone else had seen this month's Quentin Willson "Classics on the Cusp" article about the W210 E55?
As I'm currently in the process of buying a 1999 model, I was heartened to read that QW thinks these are on the verge of achieving proper classic status and that...
Is it the beginning of the end for online comments?
Is it the beginning of the end for online comments? - BBC News
Judging by some of the bile I've seen posted on YT, I wouldn't be surprised if they were next.
Have been discussing this at length with various people on forums recently. Interesting read. I think sometimes people believe premium fuel brands marketing hype a bit to easily. It's the octane rating that really makes a difference.
Will the world end in 2032? Ukrainian astronomers discover massive asteroid that could hit the earth with the power of 2,500 nuclear bombs | Mail Online
I just love this stuff.
Better odds than winning the lottery though.
Including where to go to find the faster stretches and some of the debate about derestricted highways (with a US slant)
Does anyone else remember the car magazine, that would have an article where they took a second hand car and stripped it down to nearly every nut and bolt?
They'd have a nice photo of all the parts neatly laid out on the floor. The article would then describe how they thought the car had worn...
I just picked up the Sept issue of practical classics and read the 4 page article about the w123. Lovely pics of the 280ce used for the british motor show of that year, but it seems they let Mark Cosovic have a bit too much input. The whole article reads like a scare story to put people off...
BBC News - 'School run supercars'
Not the article I was expecting at all when I saw the headline.
I thought it was going to be a load of Prius-driving Mumsnetters imploring us to 'Think about the children'. But no, it seems there's this new phenomenon of luxury executive cars that are quite...
Biggest Find in Decades Becomes $39 Billion Cautionary Tale
By Nariman Gizitdinov
November 17, 2011 4:01 AM EST
After 11 years and $39 billion of investment, Exxon Mobil Corp., Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSA) and their partners have yet to sell a drop of oil from what was touted as the world’s...
While mousing around to see what I could find in the way of information about the new 7G-Tronic Plus transmission, I found this article for download. It's fascinating to read about the design objectives and what has been done to meet them.
I have no idea how long it will be available, so if...