M-Series (M1, M3, M5, M6)General M-Series Discussion - If it does not fit into a more specific M Category above, please place it in here. In addition, previously archived M-Series discussion is located in this section.
lol, thats stereotypical Saratoga for you, 3 kids under 18 in cars over 50k...its not cool
Only thing is, I was in my Dads, the kids owned the 2002 Saleen Mustang and the 2004 m3, its rediculous
i need to take pictures of our school parking lot one of these days, for the record...my car is not considered very nice to many at my school, but to the kids not living off of trust funds, they think my car is nice
and one more thing, the full Dinan M5 I talked about's owner graduated last year, he was voted most likely to live off of a trust fund...LOL
So I was driving up the 280 this morning in a mad rush to get to the in-laws in SF (we were about an hour late). This is the first time I've pushed the car consistently over 100 mph for an extended period of time, and I have to admit that I re-affirmed my respect for the car after driving up a pretty curvy freeway averaging 100+ mph almost the entire way. The stability in addition to the handling is very impressive. My wife didn't even know we were going over 100 mph most of the time.
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