Here's an interesting piece of BMW history that we were unaware of - behold the E34 M5 convertible and bask in its glory! Click here or the picture below to view the BMWBlog article.
How about an awesome tear down video about Toyota's legendary 2JZ motor to brighten up this gloomy Tuesday?
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Ice and snow are on the way. Is your car prepared for the onslaught of less-than-agreeable weather? When it comes to maintaining your safety and the safety of others on the open road, it's better to be on the confident side. Vehicle negligence is a major issue in the United... read more
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