Discussion in 'Older BMWs, Vintage' started by Monteverdi, Jul 5, 2012.
Its looks so fresh and mint, like it would have just left the dealer.
The relationship between a man and his machine is something that, sadly, most modern consumers don't understand. What is also sad is the lack of appreciation for the good old mechanical feel, as nowadays all mechanical connections have been replaced with electronic ones: Electric steering, automatic gearboxes, hydraulic clutches, drive-by-wire, etc.
The more time you spend with your car, the better you learn it. And I don't mean only driving it, but also repairing it, cleaning it, improving it.
Personally, my daily driver is a 1990 Renault Clio that has been in my family since December 1990 when it was bought new by my father. I absolutely love this car and I am still not tired by it. I can easily see myself driving it for another 10 years
I was 18 when I took my 3-Series from the dealership too...
Then it got stolen and now I dream of finding it as it's the only car I really can't live without
He is living my dream