The first drive, I discovered the
main problem: it
seemed to run out of gas after travelling at a
consistent speed of 105
Km/h for long periods. The car would
begin to tremble and would
eventually stall. Rev the engine to 4,000 Rpm
problem would go away.
Others: 1) slit in manifold hose caused -35C
starting problems 2) antenna didn't retract
fully 3) driver's window
would often break a fuse.
In May, 2003, a speeding drunk driver hit the
car. My only words: Crumple zones
work! My precious BMW was destroyed but I
and relative power. Very bright and wide high
beam lights. Reverse-hinged hood.
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