So I was driving my Grandma up to some restaurant in the middle about an hour away for my sisters birthday (my grandma doesn't like to drive at night) I took her BMW (330i, super nice for a grandma) and she doesn't care how fast I go in her car so I grab my valentine one and jump in her car. The first thing that happens is that I race a Mustang GT. I'm not sure the spec differences between these cars but after about 95 I took him easily up to 105. Remember my Grandma is right next to me. Then the rest of the story were a few other races and basically cruzin a 100+ all the way there and back.
Yea it is auto, with some Manual Mode that is kinda fun (not tip-tronic)
Does that 330i not seems slow when driving it because you drive an M3?
There is deffinately a huge difference but it is definatly a fun car... The suspension is really loose (compared to an M3, but has a nice suspension), and of course, th sound and feel of the engine and its power is nothing compared to the M3.
I don't see her really often but I will try to take some pics if I remember
So yeah guys, yesterday i'm driving with my grandma down the highway (she doesn't like to drive at night... well now that i think about it at all >) So there i am cruising along in her awweeeesome Buick LeSabre,... i mean this baby has a massive 3.8L v-6.. i mean almost to much power to keep on the road, so i had granny jack it up and put some slicks in the back.... so anyways there we are going down the high doing a whoppin 78 MPH ... and this brand new M5 rolls up next to us.... so my grandma doesn't care how fast i go so i look over at the guy in the m5 and nod my head....then i mat it... so i take the M5 up to about a buck 30... juss then my grandma hit the NOS button, we both are thrown back in our seats. so juss as im hitting 160 i look back and see the M5 in my rearview... My Grandma throws him the finger and we take off.......
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