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    Senior Member DMC-81's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DMCMW Dave View Post
    Now that I'm not using the Odyssey as a shop truck, we decided that a sportier driver car was in order.

    I think we're officially past the Minivan stage of life.

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    Nice! I love Sport Wagons.
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    nice. We went from a minivan to an X3 too

    or is that an X1
    Or a 3 series GT
    Or a 4 series GT
    or a 1 series 5 door
    or a 3 series touring
    or a....

    I love my BMW, but they are really making it had to keep track of all their sub-models these days
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangermouse View Post
    nice. We went from a minivan to an X3 too

    This >>>>>a 3 series touring

    I love my BMW, but they are really making it had to keep track of all their sub-models these days
    Yeah - look up tires for just one specific year of BMW on Tire Rack, it's absolutely insane how many models they have now.

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    Probably the most epic pic ever taken of this hoopty Accord that I regretted buying before I was done signing the paperwork...
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    Whelp, my only car (also non-D) is one I posted on this thread a few years ago. It hasn't gone anywhere since. Only changes done to it are whatever parts got worn and needed to be replaced over time, especially that old license plate. I can take new photos of it, although it's covered in a thick coat of pollen right now. We hoped last week's possible rain would wash away the stuff, yet it didn't happen.
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    Official Pictures of Other (Non-D) Cars You Own



    Fiat x1/9



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    Fiat x1/9



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    Ive always been a fan of the x1/9. How are they to drive / maintain?

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    Official Pictures of Other (Non-D) Cars You Own

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew View Post
    Ive always been a fan of the x1/9. How are they to drive / maintain?

    Andrew
    4194
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    Hi, itís an old fashioned driving experience, no power steering or power brakes. Carbureted engine and no air conditioning.

    That said, it is a laugh to drive. I frequently find myself giggling while chucking it around corners and reving the engine past 7k. Feeling like Lauda while not breaking the law.

    Simple to maintain too.

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