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    The Car Show on Eastern
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    Hot Cakes and Hot Rods
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    Old Town Saturday Nite Classic Car Show
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  • BlackM5
    BlackM5
    A Graffiti Artist Painted A Road Runner Tunnel On A Wall And Somebody Tried To Drive Through It | Motorlands
    • Mon at 11:19 PM
  • Alf
    Alf
    What car matches your personality the best????
    • Mon at 4:59 PM
    • Alf
      BlackM5 Audi RS4
      • Mon at 11:19 PM
    • Alf
      Alf oh i thought it would be like a BMW
      • 4 hours ago
    • Alf
      Alf Mine is the 1987 Pontiac Firebird
      • 4 hours ago
    • Alf
      Peter Porsche 911
      • 4 hours ago
    • Alf
      Alf which one
      • 3 hours ago
  • Alf
    Alf
    Try to help get this ad out there
    • Mon at 12:18 PM
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  • MotoMoto
    MotoMoto
    Can someone explain E88 fuel to me? What is E15?
    • Mon at 12:16 PM
    • MotoMoto
      jaltevers  The comment that most ethanol comes from South America is inaccurate. The U.S. is the largest producer of fuel ethanol by far; some 16 billion gallons. Brazil is second at 7 billion gallons. We even exported about 17 million gallons of ethanol to Brazil...  more
      • Mon at 9:32 PM
    • MotoMoto
      BlackM5 I avoid any Ethanol whenever possible especially if it’s going into a car that doesn’t get driven that often. Had way too many issues with my riding lawnmower having rusty carbs because of it. My understand is that it attracts water when it sits or...  more
      • Mon at 11:22 PM
    • MotoMoto
      jaltevers  Alcohol does attract water, but gasoline will varnish in a carburetor too. Either way if the engine isn’t ran often you’ll have issues, a product like Sta-Bil helps.
      • 7 hours ago
    • MotoMoto
      Peter Ethanol is bad, um kay
      • 4 hours ago
    • MotoMoto
      jaydoubleyou ethanol isnt bad. as long as your car is set up for it. its actually really great. cleaner, burns hotter, better fuel economy as well as power. you can also run it at a MUCH higher compression. a friend in wisconsin ran a 1.8L vw 14:1 compression on 99...  more
      • 3 hours ago
  • 4re308
    4re308
    These are some of the greatest long distance Ferraris, the Mondial T Coupe. Absolutely superb to drive.
    • Mon at 11:06 AM
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  • 4re308
    4re308
    I'm trying to get better using my camera. Here is a Ferrari Formula One car at Road Atlanta a few years back.
    • Mon at 11:02 AM
  • BlackM5
    BlackM5
    Huh?
    1991 BMW 325i Sport sells for a record $66K, putting all eyes on
    • Mon at 10:41 AM
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    • BlackM5
      4re308 Holy CRAP
      • Mon at 10:57 AM
    • BlackM5
      brainstain I think it's just because it's in England where RHD is required and the number of specimens is much smaller.
      • Mon at 12:10 PM
    • BlackM5
      Tirefire That or someone is trying to drive market prices up on 2500 dollar cars
      • Mon at 12:11 PM
    • BlackM5
      MotoMoto That's ridiculous. I thought the bubble for cars was on the decline. So now every day cars are on the rise? I should've saved my Pacer.
      • Mon at 12:18 PM
  • chef1983
    chef1983
    Well I had a pretty good weekend. I drove to Perry, GA for the Perry Auto Fest&Swap Meet&Car Show at the Ga National Fairgrounds. It was terrible Friday. Rain all the way and then 2 accidents on the way which slowed down traffic terribly. It took...  more
    • Mon at 10:17 AM
  • sofast105p
    sofast105p
    So many questions.
    Oklahoma speeder caught at 208 mph
    • Mon at 9:30 AM
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    • sofast105p
      4re308 Daaamn can you say superspeeder?
      • Mon at 11:04 AM
    • sofast105p
      MotoMoto How can this be accurate? What Mustang goes 208mph in street trim? How long did it take for him to get up to that speed and why did he stop if he was going that fast?
  • BlackM5
    BlackM5
    In the 1930’s in Australia, people used... - Steampunk Tendencies | Facebook
    • Nov 17
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    • BlackM5
      Tirefire Thats some racing i can get behind
      • Mon at 12:02 AM
    • BlackM5
      brainstain That's before helmets were invented too. How did they control the throttles?
      • Mon at 6:56 AM
    • BlackM5
      MotoMoto What did I just watch?
      • Mon at 12:18 PM
  • BlackM5
    BlackM5
    Let me know how that works out for you.
    • Nov 17