Understandable, but its a fun lil somethin somethin if you get that itch for a lil somethin somethin.I grew up in East Lansing, but left the state in 2007 after finishing college.
You guys are probably right. I get a few bites every now and again, but it's invariably some idiot who asks "what's the lowest you will sell it for?", and then I point out the price listed in the ad, and then I never hear back from them.
Also, I don't want to break open my diff to sell the cover.
Eh, that's pretty low on my list. I don't have any plans for adding power at this point. Basically just going for handling, braking, durability, and safety. Then far down the road, I may start thinking seriously about building a 5.3L LM4 V8 to around 400whp. And honestly, although more power is always fun, there are many parts of my local tracks where it's pretty fun to have a lower powered car. Rather than being careful with the throttle, I can just pin it to the floor and hold on. It's the "driving a slow car fast" thing. This will be especially true now that I have r-comp tires. She's going to be stuck to the road like glue.
If your ultimate goal is an M50 then ya I would just buy a car that has one. However if your ultimate goal is going to be an S50/2/4/whatever then perhaps you're best just buying the cheapest shell you can, which might be a 318.I do have a question any input would be most appreciated. I obtained this 318iS reasonably cheap and have been looking into a drivetrain swap. I located a M50B25 vanos engine with a Getrag 5 speed manual and the red label 413 DME and M50 trans harness for $900. My question is how easy will this potentially be or would it just be more worth my time to sell the 318 and buy a M50 car? :dunno: Thanks!
Naval Training Center - Great Lakes. A real relic from WWII (maybe even WWI ?), but the only Navy basic site currently in operation if memory serves me correctly. Recruits used to have a 50/50 chance between Orlando Naval Training Center or Great Lakes, but they closed NTCO in 1999. (NTC SanDiego closed in 1993.)Ick, you were in Michigan in November/December? That's the worst.
It's great that they let him shine his last game, but while the box score shows 60 points, nobody put up much defense when he had the ball.Any NBA fans here? I stayed up late to watch kobe Bryant put up 60 points in his final game. Sad day but awesome to watch him play great and win the game.
I disagree, I think he was played well. Multiple times he was double teamed.It's great that they let him shine his last game, but while the box score shows 60 points, nobody put up much defense when he had the ball.