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Yesterday, the 850 Days In Hell Edition of Project Car Hell went up on Autoweek. The Volvo 850 T5R and the BMW 850i: both fine machines, both wrenching nightmares. You may have noticed that Autoweek doesn’t always provide handy links to previous posts, so here ya go:
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Not only did the Pulp Friction 325 look great with its DMC-12-style doors, the team came in 5th out of 81 at the 2011 Gator-O-Rama.
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So many great junkyard-engineering ideas were on display at the 2010 Arse Freeze-a-Palooza 24 Hours of LeMons that it’s going to take me weeks to get to all of them. Today, we’re going to admire the Commies-’Я’-Us BMW E21, which was converted from a not-so-reliable underpowered race car to a thrown-rod-waiting-to-happen overpowered race car by [...]
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We of the 24 Hours of LeMons Supreme Court always like to come up with penalties that refer to current events and/or local interests. For example, the Mark Sanford’s Love Letter To Argentina penalty in South Carolina.
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That’s right, five BMW E30s have taken overall wins in LeMons races!
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The LeMons Supreme Court has become weary of the BMW E30, particularly late ones such as this 1991 318i. For this reason, smart E30 teams step up with a righteous theme. How about a fully functioning game of Operation on the car’s hood?