2013 acura ilx headlights


2018.12.15 03:36 autzenawesome AcuraILX

Discussion dedicated to Acura's compact and most affordable car from 2013 to present day the ILX

2023.06.02 16:45 himoshimctimoshi Looking for options for a newish (~2017) sedan in the $18-$25k range. Any suggestions?

I'm looking for a newish sedan (2017-2023) in the $18-25k range with somewhere around 45k miles. I only want to hold onto this car for less than 1 year before getting rid of it so long term reliability is not a concern as I will most likely only put 7,500-10,000 miles on the car before selling it.
I would also ideally like for this car to hold most of its value so I don't take too much of a hit when its sold but this isn't a hard requirement.
I've already shortlisted several options but would like to see if I missed anything and would like to see which options you think are better than the others.
  1. Alfa Romeo Giulia - I love the overall look of the car and the goal is to get a Quadrifoglio one day but for now I'll settle for the 2.0 4-cylinder.
  2. Acura ILX - My first car was an Acura so I'm a little biased but I love the LED headlights and taillights on these and the fact that it's a Honda underneath gives me confidence regardless of me keeping the car for a short amount of time.
  3. Volvo S60 T5 - I did see 1-2 of these dipping under $25k but if there were a lot more choices I might've just grabbed one of these without deciding on the other options.
  4. Mazda 6 - These in Soul Red look amazing and I'm happy with everything the car offers. No complaints about getting this car.
  5. Toyota Camry - Simple, Sturdy, Capable. Nothing more I can say although it's perfectly average and doesn't appeal to me as much as the Giulia or S60 in the looks department.
  6. Hyundai Sonata - Same as the Camry, although I had prior experience driving these (family owned 2 sonatas) and they don't impress me that much.
  7. Honda Accord - I love how these look and actually did test drive one many years ago so I know what it feels like but these are so common that they lost their luster for me personally.
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2023.06.02 06:50 Apprehensive-Elk4360 Buying a new car advice

So I am seriously considering buying a new car, since my 2013 Dodge Charger is having its last breaths and spent a lot of money on repairs already.
Considering Kuwait quality of roads and damn they are terrible with holes from Hell itself to every car.. so I am opting for SUV.
Midsize SUV. Looking for Fuel Friendly and Comfy ride since I am an outdoor sales guy and will spend a lot of time in the car. Honestly, I like the new KIA Sorento.. and also the Acura RDX. But terrified of the RDX cause luxury means luxury service/spare parts too.
Does anyone have the latest shape KIA Sorento? How do you like your car? Overall experience? The ground clearance when you are driving in Kuwait roads or sometimes you go to kabd?
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2023.06.02 03:50 ragnarok8907 Need advice - Trade in for older vehicle?

Need some insight from internet strangers. I currently drive a 2014 Acura ILX. I bought it in 2016 and it has been an amazing vehicle and perfect for what I needed it for. At the time I was driving a lot for work so I needed something comfy that's good on gas and reliable. I am at about 95,000 miles with absolutely no problems. Kept up with maintenance and it runs like the day I bought it. Paid off as well.
Here is the problem. I had my first kid in 2019 and my second kid in 2022. My wife currently drives a 2021 Palisaide and since she is the stay-at-home parent it works cause it's pretty much the kid hauler. Fits the whole family no problem. My car on the other can barely fit one car seat and even that's pretty tight. Even with only one kid in the car, I feel a little uncomfortable driving around since it's so low to the ground. Financially, at this time we cannot afford another vehicle. I have the ILX paid off so we only have one car payment. I would like another vehicle.
Here is my question. I absolutely love the 1st generation Acura MDX. The new ones look so MEH but the older ones I just love the look. Would it be absolutely crazy to find a way to trade in my current 2014 ILX to get a 2005 MDX? The ones I am finding are around 150,000 miles hovering around $4k-$6k which lines up with the value of my vehicle. From a features standpoint, I was actually surprised to see how much you got with a 2005-2006 MDX. Backup camera, navigation, heated seats, etc. The only thing I would really be losing out on would be Bluetooth capabilities. The best part is it would be significantly more space, even has a third row. My fear is obviously I would be getting an older vehicle that could potentially have problems. It would be a short-term solution. With my wife returning to work in a few years I would be getting another newer vehicle.
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2023.06.01 23:41 DLF6 Real Racing 3 - Update 11.4 - Radical

Take on the unbelievable Radical SR10 XXR, hit the track in the Lotus Emira, and charge into a new season of Formula E!
New Cars
Radical SR10 XXR
Formula E Gen3 Championship Car
Lotus Emira
Round 7 Begins
This update marks the beginning of ROUND 7, bringing new cars, events, and prizes to earn by collecting VP!
Old Rounds Are Expiring
Your time is running out to complete the third Round of Season 2! The following Round is going to be disappearing from the game soon:
ROUND 3 - Tuesday, 1 August 2023
Once a Round has expired you will not be able to start any new events within it, nor finish any in progress events if the window for earning the primary reward has expired. Any rewards in the Round that you have earned enough VP to collect, but have not yet claimed, will be automatically given to you when the Round expires.
If you missed out on the Grand Prize car for a Round that’s expired, don’t worry! These cars will appear again in future Rounds.
New Special Events
All Special Events will be available to start from their unlock date, until the Round ends on Monday, 17 July 2023.
Track Day: Radical SR10 XXR
Reign Supreme
Track Day: McLaren Senna
New Limited Time Events
Ferrari 296 GTB TTC
Formula E Season 9—Road To Berlin
Lamborghini Huracán Limited Series
Lotus Emira Limited Series
Formula E TTC
Ferrari F14 T Limited Series
New Bonus Series
Season 9 (2022-23)
Style from the Isles
The Radical SR10 Cup
Exclusive Series
Ferrari Monza SP1
Aston Martin V12 Speedster
Weekly Time Trial Schedule
Note that you’ll be able to earn 1,000 VP for each WTT you participate in.
Week 1 - Monday, June 5, 2023 to Monday, June 12, 2023
Week 2 - Tuesday, June 13, 2023 to Monday, June 19, 2023
Week 3 - Tuesday, June 20, 2023 to Monday, June 26, 2023
Week 4 - Tuesday, June 27, 2023 to Monday, July 3, 2023
Week 5 - Tuesday, July 4, 2023 to Monday, July 10, 2023
Week 6 - Tuesday, July 11, 2023 to Monday, July 17, 2023
Online Multiplayer Schedule
Week 1 - Tuesday, 6 June 2023 to Monday, 12 June 2023
Week 2 - Tuesday, 13 June 2023 to Monday, 19 June 2023
Week 3 - Tuesday, 20 June 2023 to Monday, 26 June 2023
Week 4 - Tuesday, 27 June 2023 to Monday, 3 July 2023
Week 5 - Tuesday, 4 July 2023 to Monday, 10 July 2023
Week 6 - Tuesday, 11 July 2023 to Monday, 17 July 2023
The Radical update will be available to download on 6 June, 2023.
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2023.06.01 23:17 Danielito97 2022 Acura RDX

2022 Acura RDX
Car shopping this month and I am wondering if this is a good deal? I’ve been looking for an Acura RDX or TLX for a while. The RDX in the picture has 1,700 miles on it. One thing that worries me is it not being Certified Pre-Owned, but would I have to worry about that with the miles being so low? TYI for any advice
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2023.06.01 22:02 Corporal_Cavernosa Real Racing 3 - Radical (v11.4) Update

Real Racing 3 - Radical

Take on the unbelievable Radical SR10 XXR, hit the track in the Lotus Emira, and charge into a new season of Formula E!

New Cars

Car Performance Rating Cost
Radical SR10 XXR 91.0 -> 101.0 M$2,800,000
Formula E Gen3 Championship Car 57.3 -> 74.9 M$2,250,000
Lotus Emira 51.3 -> 73.2 600 Gold

Round 7 Begins

This update marks the beginning of ROUND 7, bringing new cars, events, and prizes to earn by collecting VP!
Start date: 6 Jun 2023
Last day to start events in this round (without owning the car in the event): 17 Jul 2023
Grand Prize: Porsche 909 Bergspyder
Alt Reward: 100 Gold

Old Rounds Are Expiring

Your time is running out to complete the third Round of Season 2! The following Round is going to be disappearing from the game soon:
ROUND 3 - 1 August 2023
Once a Round has expired you will not be able to start any new events within it, nor finish any in progress events if the window for earning the primary reward has expired. Any rewards in the Round that you have earned enough VP to collect, but have not yet claimed, will be automatically given to you when the Round expires.
If you missed out on the Grand Prize car for a Round that’s expired, don’t worry! These cars will appear again in future Rounds.

New Special Events

All Special Events will be available to start from their unlock date, until the Round ends on 17 July 2023.
Track Day: Radical SR10 XXR
Start Date: 5 June 2023
Duration: 5 days
Rewards: Radical SR10 XXR, M$300,000, 100 Gold, 6,500VP
Maximum Required PR: 98.6

Flashback Special Events

The following Special Events will also be a part of Round 7:
Reign Supreme
Start Date: 10 June 2023
Duration: 9 days
Rewards: Koenigsegg REGERA, 105 Gold, R$100,000, 5,000VP
Alternate Rewards : 25 Gold, 5,000VP

Track Day: McLaren Senna
Start Date: 8 July 2023
Duration: 5 days
Rewards: McLaren Senna, 100 Gold, R$150,000, 3,250VP
Alternate Rewards : 40 Gold, R$50,000, 3,250VP
Maximum Required PR: 79.7

New Limited Time Events

Ferrari 296 GTB TTC
Cars: Ferrari 296 GTB
Rewards: Gold and 1,000 VP for participating
Start Date: 13 June 2023
End Date: 26 June 2023

Formula E Season 9—Road To Berlin
Rewards: Formula E Gen3 Championship Car, 80 Gold, M$250,000, 5,250VP
Start Date: 18 June 2023
Duration: 7 days
Maximum Required PR: 70.8

Lamborghini Huracán Limited Series
Rewards: Lamborghini HURACÁN LP 610-4, 40 Gold, R$100,000, 5,200VP
Start Date: 25 June 2023
Duration: 7 days
Maximum Required PR: 63.9

Lotus Emira Limited Series
Rewards: Lotus Emira, 50 Gold, R$120,000, 5,250VP
Start Date: 1 July 2023
Duration: 7 days
Maximum Required PR: 68.0

Formula E TTC
Cars: Formula E Gen3 Championship Car
Rewards: Gold and 1,000 VP for participating
Start Date: 4 July 2023
End Date: 17 July 2023

Ferrari F14 T Limited Series
Rewards: Ferrari F14 T, 140 Gold, R$200,000, 5,250VP
Start Date: 12 July 2023
Duration: 7 days
Maximum Required PR: 122.3

New Bonus Series

Season 9 (2022-23)
Cars: Formula E Gen3 Championship Car
Rewards: 67 Gold, M$67,000
Location: FORMULA E
Unlocks from: Unlock the Formula E Gen3 Championship Car
Maximum Required PR: 73.3

Style from the Isles
Cars: Jaguar F-Type SVR,McLaren 12C Spider,Lotus Emira
Rewards: 67 Gold, R$67,000
Location: SEASON 2
Unlocks from: Unlock the Lotus Emira
Maximum Required PR: 71.1

The Radical SR10 Cup
Cars: Radical SR10 XXR
Rewards: 77 Gold, M$77,000
Unlocks from: Unlock the Radical SR10
Maximum Required PR: 99.9

Exclusive Series

Car Rewards
Ferrari Monza SP1 130 Gold, R$280,000
Aston Martin V12 Speedster 130 Gold, R$200,000

Weekly Time Trial Schedule

Note that you’ll be able to earn 1,000 VP for each WTT you participate in.
Week Start Date End Date Cars
1 June 5, 2023 June 12, 2023 McLaren Senna GTR (loaned) Hennessey Venom F5, Aston Martin Valkyrie
2 June 13, 2023 June 19, 2023 Mazda Furai (loaned), Koenigsegg Agera R, Pagani Huayra R
3 June 20, 2023 June 26, 2023 Aston Martin Vanquish (loaned), Aston Martin Vantage 59, Aston Martin V12 Speedster
4 June 27, 2023 July 3, 2023 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 (Racing) (loaned), Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport (loaned), Ferrari 250 GTO (loaned)
5 July 4, 2023 July 10, 2023 Ferrari Daytona SP3 (loaned), Ferrari SF90 Stradale, Bugatti La Voiture Noire
6 July 11, 2023 July 17, 2023 Lexus IS F (2013) (loaned), NISSAN Skyline GT-R (R34) R3 Spec, Acura NSX (2017)

Online Multiplayer Schedule

Week Start Date End Date Cars
1 June 5, 2023 June 12, 2023 Bugatti EB 110 Super Sport (loaned), Porsche 911 GT1 Straßenversion, McLaren F1
2 June 13, 2023 June 19, 2023 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 (2013) (loaned), Bentley Continental GT Speed (2013), Ferrari 458 Italia
3 June 20, 2023 June 26, 2023 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 (1972) (loaned), Lamborghini Miura, BMW M1
4 June 27, 2023 July 3, 2023 Ford Mustang GT Premium (loaned), Ferrari 360 Modena, Porsche Boxster GTS
5 July 4, 2023 July 10, 2023 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG (loaned), Chevrolet CORVETTE STINGRAY Z51, Aston Martin V12 Vantage (2022)
6 July 11, 2023 July 17, 2023 Porsche Cayman GT4 (loaned), Porsche 911 GT2 (2003), Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS
The Radical update will be available to download on 6 June, 2023.
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2023.06.01 21:20 Weird-Ad-2950 Need a 2nd car..help

We currently have a Tesla Y. A new born and toddler. Moving to the burbs for the first time and need a second car for errands.
Doesn't need to necessarily be kid friendly. More for when my wife or me need to run out for something.
I am looking at 12-18k budget. Ideally under 50k miles. Reliable.
I've looked at:
BMW i3 (2014-2018) Acura ILX Mazda3/6 Volvo S60 Jetta
Anything else you would suggest?
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2023.06.01 20:34 Morphang 2013 Cadillac SRX - Need help finding the proper headlight frame assembly to swap from Halogen to HID/LED bulbs.

Hey all!
I recently obtained a 2013 Cadillac SRX as a gift, and so far I've really been enjoying the vehicle. The problem is that apparently back in 2019 or 2020, GM did a recall on these models of SRX's regarding the headlights being faulty (frame wasn't sealed correctly, moisture got in and ruined headlights) and so driving at night is borderline impossible because of how dim the lighting is.
After doing some research, the solution seems to be that I need to replace the entire headlight assembly frame to one that supports HID/LED bulbs and that's the only way to solve it because the standard frames are all junk. I have no problem replacing that, but I'm struggling to find a good place to purchase something like this.
I've looked around online, but my problem is that I'm smart enough to be able to do the work (shoutout youtube for keeping my car out of the shop my entire life) but not quite smart enough to be 100% sure I'm doing something right and don't end up accidentally wasting my money.
Does anybody have any experience or advice with this particular replacement, or maybe know where I can get one of the frames that I need?
EDIT; Somebody pointed out why I didn't just get the swap done with the recall.
The recall period lasted for six months, and all they did was put a brand new head light assembly frame that has the exact same issues right back in to it. There was actually a class action lawsuit against GM because they failed to notify like 95% of customers who had the vehicle but that got dismissed so basically GM fucked everybody on that and got away with it.
I don't mind paying out of pocket and doing the work myself (like I do for everything mechanic related) but I want to make sure I'm understanding this right and buying the right frame is the end all be all goal here.
I called GM and asked about a replacement and they quoted me $2000 to replace the head light frame with the exact same assembly that's faulty in the first place, so no shot am I doing that. If I'm looking at the right frames, I'm looking to spend probably $600 to $800 on the new frame and doing the work myself, so that's the route I'm planning to go.
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2023.06.01 19:49 Quick-question101 2019 Acura ILX vs 2020 MAZDA3

Hey everyone, I recently found these two vehicles near me, both relatively within my price point (ILX is about $3k more) , I’m just not sure which one to get. I’ve seen some things online comparing these two cars as being very similar, but I’m not sure what in depth pros and cons separate these two to sway my decision.
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2023.06.01 16:23 Mees2312 Finding a Hypercar in the US except, CA, FL and TX - pt. 9

Acura NSX NA1
Alpina B6 F06
Aston Martin DB9
Aston Martin DB11
Aston Martin DBS
Aston Martin Rapide S
Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster 2006
Aston Martin Vanquish Volante
Audi R8 Type 4S
Audi R8 Type 4S + Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4
Bentley Bentayga 2020
Bentley Continental Flying Spur
Bentley Continental Flying Spur + Maserati GranTurismo
Bentley Continental Flying Spur Speed
Bentley Continental GT
Bentley Continental GT
Bentley Continental GT 2011
Bentley Continental GTC
Bentley Continental GTC
Bentley Continental GTC 2011
Bentley Continental GTC 2011
Bentley Continental GTC 2011
Bentley Continental GTC 2019
Bentley Continental Supersports
Bentley Flying Spur III
BMW M2 F87
BMW M3 E90
BMW M3 E90
BMW M3 E93
BMW M3 E93
BMW M3 F80
BMW M4 F82
BMW M4 F83
BMW M4 F83
BMW M6 E64
BMW M6 E64
BMW M6 F06
BMW M8 Gran Coupe
Cadillac CTS-V Coupe
Chevrolet Corvette C7 Z06
Chevrolet Corvette C7 Z06
Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Convertible 2011
Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Super Snake 2013
Ferrari 488 Spider
Ferrari Portofino
Ferrari Portofino
Fisker Karma
Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 Roadster
Lexus LC500
Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale
Maserati Quattroporte V
Maserati Quattroporte VI
Maserati Quattroporte VI
McLaren MP4-12C Spider
Mercedes-Benz AMG GT
Mercedes-Benz AMG GT S
Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG C218
Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG C218
Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG W212
Mercedes-Benz GLS 63 AMG X166
Mercedes-Benz GLS 63 AMG X166
Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG W222
Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG R231
Mercedes-Benz SLK 55 AMG R171
Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Roadster
Nissan 370Z Nismo
Nissan GT-R R35
Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R
Porsche 911 F-Series
Porsche 911 G-Series Targa
Porsche 981 Cayman GT4
Porsche 981 Cayman GT4
Porsche 991 Carrera T
Porsche 991 Turbo
Porsche 991 Turbo
Porsche 991 Turbo Cabriolet
Porsche 991 Turbo S Cabriolet
Porsche 997 Carrera 4S Cabriolet
Porsche 997 Turbo
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2023.06.01 15:04 Shadic8 What are some good after market headlights for a Scion FR-S?

I just recently bought my first car, a 2013 Scion FR-S, and the headlights need replaced pretty badly. I want to go with aftermarket headlights since they look cooler but every brand I've looked at seems to have a litany of problems tied to it. Are there any specific headlights that look cool and will not have a high failure rate?
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2023.06.01 13:18 Bikerfry Lightly Used Luxury Sport ~$30k??

Hi Guys,
Time to replace my 2013/215k Pilot. Wife has a family car so I'm getting something enjoyable for commuting and playing dad-taxi.
I'll keep it for 10 years/200k so reliability and gas mileage are important. I do all my own maintenance and minor repairs so small stuff isn't a big deal, so I'm looking for lowest risk of major issues. The Honda has me spoiled - it's only had a few small issues. It's never been in a shop aside from a timing belt change.
Top of the list
Tempting, but probably not
Of the list I've had a Q50 and a 330i for rentals. I loved the 330. The Q50 was fast AF compared to what I'm used to, but felt like any old Japanese car inside. I haven't driven the others.
Any first hand experience with these? Any cars I'm overlooking? Maybe an Acura TLX? An Accord or turbo Legacy would probably be great, but just seem so vanilla...
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2023.06.01 03:19 Ikanan_xiii Acura ILX 15’ vs Hyundai Elantra 17’ first car.

Torn between these two as my first car. Originally looking for a civic but it’s basically the same price as the Acura, not worth it imo.
Acura ILX 2015 $15k 43k miles Automatic Sunroof Tech package, well taken care of inside and outside recent service.
Hyundai Elantra 2017 $13.5k 45k miles Automatic Some minor details in the painting otherwise impecable.
Which one is more reliable? In the long term, which one will hold more value or will be less of a headache?
Both drive fine by me, only really going to use it to take trips on weekends, as my girlfriend lives in a nearby town. I commute to work every day and don’t have any problem doing so but still want a nice car.
Open to other suggestion but I’m more inclined to cars that are either very reliable or made in Mexico or the US.
Edit: budget 10-15k, automatic, and preference for 2013 onwards models.
I have family experience with cars which are difficult to repair as parts needed to be imported.
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2023.06.01 01:31 Alarming-Error-9809 Service for a 10 year old car

I have an 2013 Acura and I just got the light on the dashboard for service needed. Should I go to the dealership or where else would you suggest going to for routinary services?
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2023.05.31 23:27 JonathanRedding Ghost Word Pt 1.

Hello all! I'm a screenwriter and longtime lover of horror prose, taking some time during the strike to polish up old unpublished pieces and maybe embark on some new ones. This is the first I'm sharing publicly -- it's a nasty piece of work, about a nasty little man who receives a power he really shouldn't have. Most of my stories aren't like this, but Lyle Hereford insisted upon himself, and I haven't yet managed to forget him. It's also a bit lengthy, about 8600 words (30ish manuscript pages). I'm posting it in two parts.
WARNING: This story contains depictions of non-consensual sex and gun violence.

By Jonathan Redding
ghost word
1. (noun) A previously unknown word appearing in a dictionary or list of words, often by error--but sometimes by design.
Lyle Hereford laid there, slick and frightened, and thought about the Word.
He rolled his head to the right, to the nightstand beside his narrow bed, saw the flat green numerals pronounce it 3:17AM. On another night he might have thought of the Gospel According to John, at that hour, or more obscurely, of the Weird Sisters, of the Walpurgisnacht. Sleeplessness was a condition of his pinched, brittle being*.* Tonight he lay there sweating, insomnia buzzing in his thighs, his hamstrings. The inevitable heartburn seethed in his concave chest, and he thought about the Word.
The Word was not with him.
He thought about it sitting, inert, on the small rolling desk, in his office, across the city. Thought about the urban glow, blotting out the stars, seeping in the window, slanting though the low-bid venetian blinds the first contractors must have installed and none of those cheap bastards at the University ever bothered to replace, the blinds that always tear at their thin top fixtures, that Lyle mends with tight sleeves of Scotch tape. He thought about the city’s ambient nightlight seeping in, and falling, across the side desk, across the Word. He thought about the binding. Cream, once, probably, soft and blameless. Faded to no-color, now. An old traveler. But what was it? And how had it come to be there? How did it come to rest on that shelf, that groaning, overburdened, mid-century plank?
Lyle imagined someone slipping into the library, furtive, mounting the stair, the tome swinging against them, tucked in a messenger bag. Some faceless someone, head down, hood up, sunglasses in the dim. Lyle pictured them skirting around the encyclopedias and the medieval histories and bypassing the long rows of technical manuals and the corridors of Euclidean geometry and enzymology and theoretical economics and arriving at the neglected, quaint, neat rows of purest Reference: the Dictionaries.
Lyle had gone to consult the Oxford English Dictionary. Specifically the 1989 Second Edition, magnificent in twenty volumes; a tool with which he insisted each of his students familiarize themselves. On this day he had sought out the second volume specifically, the one beginning with B.B.C.
James, that young Turk, had challenged his interpretation of a passage of Taming of the Shrew. It turned on the etymology of the word bonnie.
Tried to score off me, in front of the whole class, that smug little prick.
James, graduate student par excellence. James of the falling black hair, perpetually obscuring his face, terminating above his perfect smile. James who was such a favorite among the bouncing, giggling undergraduates. James who found it easy to excel, in any environment, who found it very difficult to accept Lyle’s criticisms, Lyle’s guidance. James was many things Lyle was not, had never been, and Lyle knew it. But James had not yet learned to survive in academia. James was going to discover that you did not score points off Lyle Hereford, Ph.D., and Lyle would see to it that it happened painfully. In the town square, as it were. It would have to be just a touch humiliating.
`Darby, especially, Lyle thought. She has to see it. Yes. Just the right amount of condescension to really cut into him, to make it memorable.
Only Lyle never found his ammunition in the second volume beginning with B.B.C. because his interest was diverted. He never queried the etymology of bonnie in the compressed italics of lexicalese, never perused the examples from John Donne and Sir Thomas Aquinas and the Cursor Mundi behind their truncated century marks, because something else caught his eye. Something that shouldn’t have been there. Tucked in between the seventh and eighth volumes (Interval and Look, respectively, he knew) was a tattered book, somewhere in the neighborhood of a hundred pages, grayed to nothing, the color of a shroud. Lyle reached down, placed his index finger atop the book’s spine, and drew it from the shelf. He gave it a cursory glance—the cover lettering had been savaged by time, but fragments of the lower half survived:
“What in the world,” Lyle said. The library swallowed the sound, took it into the mute stillness of itself, into its hush. What he held in his hands was not genuine—could not be genuine. The original OED was printed like this, piecemeal, in what were called fascicles.
But not this soon, God, not this soon! They hadn’t even started!
The first fascicle of the OED, the very first product of their seventy-year odyssey, the publication that made the London philologia realize they had bit off quite a bit more than they could chew, was designated A-Ant. It was a rare bird, a thing to be coveted. It was valuable.
It was first printed in 1884.
Lyle had always thought it a clever, tiny nod of Orwell’s, lost to the mass of readers: that the OED should rule for a century, before Newspeak replaced it. This, then, if it was what it purported to be, what the front cover claimed it to be, was early. Seven whole years early.
A misprint, he thought. Has to be. That would change the valuation—this could be one-of-a-kind. Not that Lyle would dream of selling such a book. Before this moment, he wouldn’t even have allowed himself to dream of holding such a book. He checked for a barcode, a borrower’s card. He found neither. What is it DOING here?
He had let it fall open at random, there, among the stacks, a single water-damaged page stood up like a cowlick, he gingerly pressed it flat. The type within was much more preserved than the weathered front-plating. He scanned, gliding over the forms: aglist, aglitter, aglomerular, aglopened, aglossal, aglow-
That was when he had seen the Word.
Though it wasn’t the Word itself, that had drawn his attention. It was the empty white, beneath it. The dictionary game was all about spatial economy. Column inches and abbreviations. In forty-seven years of nebbish quietude, forty-seven years of slow vanishing into a wilderness of text, Lyle Hereford, Ph.D., had never encountered empty white space in the body of a dictionary. Thus, first, the white. Then he had looked above it.
The Word did not begin with the letter “A”.
The Word did not conform to any structural schema that Lyle recognized. There was no easily discernible root in the Romance lineage, nor the Germanic, nor even the primordial Oriental or Sanskrit Anglicizations which the casual peruser of the Mahabharata or of Patanjali’s Sutras might intuitively place. The Word began with the character “X”, and proceeded from there to a feral enjambment of consonants and choked, almost Hebraic “Y’s”. It possessed no other vowels. Merely the Word, this strange word, had greeted Lyle. No origin, pronunciation, part-of-speech. No definition. Merely the Word, and the white beneath, there in the stacks.
Lyle brushed his thumb across the Word. Looking back, now, he couldn’t really say why. It was the sort of automatic, immediate impulse that you don’t question until it’s complete. It came over him like a yawn. He felt the thin whisper of the paper beneath his skin, he traced the Word from its first syllable to its eighth and final and
“FUCK— “
A kind of WRETCH, a spasm, behind his eyes, within his temples, his core, the cilia of his inner ears. His stomach flopped over queasily in his abdomen and he clenched his ass, just ahead of a hot dart of pressure, a hot sharp dart of pressure, gas and a tincture of liquid, a foul egg smell, he fought to hold it—
fuckfuckfuck— “
Tremoring in his calves, his whole body strained, the feeble musculature flared from his neck, his weak chin pressed down and his gorge rose. Warm coppery blood pattered and trickled over his lips. Lyle’s nose was bleeding. The fit—whatever it was—began to pass, and Lyle looked down through watering eyes to the object in his hands.
“What in the Christ-?”
The library remained silent, the book remained still, the Word remained inscrutable. He noticed the spatter, low on the page, of his blood, obscuring the column inches, smearing over agnathous. He gathered up a shirt cuff in his hand, squeezed it to his nose—*that’s never coming out—*and awkwardly sat, pooling the book in his lap. He reached down with his other cuff to dab at the page, mitigate the damage. That is when, Lyle now thought, he may have gone mad.
The beads of blood began to crawl up the page.
The traversal of the droplets wasn’t smooth, wasn’t a rolling. They jerked upward in spurs—they forked, like lightning. They crept laterally, then cut upward again, the spastic scribbling of an unseen hand. Lyle became aware that his body was rigid, his breath held, his eyes dry and pained, he stared unblinking. Sweat stood out on the crenellations of his widow’s peak, his acne-scarred brow. His ruptured sinus oozed, his sleeve was warm and sodden. The bloodbolts reached the inexplicable white gap. Swirled into the emptiness. Beneath the Word the blood swirled. It arranged itself.
It formed shapes.
It formed letters.
Lyle had made a sound, then, something between a sob and a laugh and a scream—
snakebit it’s a snakebit sound—
*—*rupturing the stillness, a harsh throaty sound, reeding through the library, and then he clapped the book shut and fled.
“But I didn’t drop it, did I?” he asked the green numerals. They showed 4:07AM. Time always slid, on sleepless nights. He thought it one of their worst qualities.
“I ran. I ran from it*.* But my hands… my hands wouldn’t let it go.”
Lyle sat up in bed. Only when the sheets peeled away from his back did he realize he was perspiring. He stripped the damp bedclothes and shambled across the room, to his small closet. He bent to his hamper, deposited the sheets inside, closed the latch with a discrete click. He took a fresh button-up and crisp slacks down from their hangers, and he began to dress.
Lyle barely heard as the starter of his aging Acura chugged, and whinnied, and finally caught. He floated across town, the CD player in the dash resumed Rachmaninov’s Prelude in C sharp minor, the volume hovered at the bottom edge of audibility. It did not pierce the veil of Lyle’s exhaustion. His memory, the vision of the mounting blood, felt unreal. The marine layer had rolled in with the night’s cool, heightening the strangeness. Occasionally headlights swam up out of the fog, the vague shapes of alien drivers flickered and were gone. Lyle had passed through a membrane—*a glass, darkly—*and everything normal was rendered strange, as though the laws underpinning the universe had grown suddenly elastic. His fatigue coupled with the new fact of the Word to cast a surreal pall over the familiar streets. He wondered, at each car he passed, about the journey of the driver. Was it possible that just beneath the frequency of his attention there was a whole world of men on grim, predawn errands? Men confronting mad and impossible things, men fallen through unsuspected cracks in their comfortable facade? And just where in the wild blue fuck had it come from?
Lyle made it, not without difficulty, to the faculty lot. He parked askew—someone’s sure to bitch about that he thought, and tittered*—*and walked his scuttling walk across the plaza toward the Humanities complex, fumbling for his keycard. His footsteps seemed to echo off of nothing but haze. The fog encroached, he felt as though it watched him.
His office was a shabby, cramped afterthought on the fourth floor. He turned the bolt behind him as he entered, resting his weary head against the door. He thumped it, once—his forehead, that is—against the wood. He crossed to his chair, the brown faux leather cracked and peeling, and sat heavily. The office was cheaply appointed, but pristine. No tchotchkes or personal touches were in evidence, with the exception of some of Lyle’s own (stark, black-and-white) photography. The book he had found, the impossible book, was not alphabetized on his shelves with the others. It sat alone. Nothing shared, with it, the small rolling side-desk, which Lyle pulled to himself. He reached for the book, heart pounding, hands tremoring. He breathed deeply, closed his eyes. Mastered himself. By and by, the shaking passed. He opened his eyes to look, again, upon the Word.
First there’s fear, of course there’s fear, but then... but then....
Then, perhaps, there was room for curiosity. He had found this thing, this extraordinary thing, or perhaps, just possibly…
“It found me. Maybe it was--meant. For me.”
And if it were, that might make it—would make it—the first thing, the first special thing, that had ever been meant, for Lyle Hereford, Ph.D. He opened the book, the tremor in his hands barely perceptible, now. He sought out the Ag’s—aglow, aglist, aglitter—and found them easily enough. He stared, eyes bulging, straining, at the page.
The Word was gone.
Nothing. No fractal X’s and Y’s, no phantom space, no broken line. Smooth, black column inches, the rhythms of the dictionary, nothing out of place.
“No—no, no, no—” Lyle flipped the page, aggressively, almost tearing it from the binding, another, another, flipped them, faster and faster, scanning, rapidly scanning, seeking white space.
“No, fuck you, no, it was here, you were just here, I didn’t imagine you you cocksucker come back here and talk to me— “
He flipped forward, the opposite direction, toward the front of the fascicle, when he felt something under the pad of his thumb. It was—a shift in the texture, a vibration—a definite, awful, sly little movement. He felt the thing change, somehow. Lyle froze. He held perfectly still—*snake, snake in my hands, subtle subtle snake—*then he slid his thumb, just his thumb, the tiniest hair, a fraction of an inch, over the page-ends. Rasped his thumb, along the margin of the book. *Something, there’s something, right there—*he rasped again. Felt it. Toward the back. A water-damaged page. Lyle seized on it, almost eagerly, letting the book part around it. It stood up like a cowlick. He pressed it carefully down, closed his eyes. Lyle felt a curious swirl of anxiety and hope. He was afraid. Afraid to see it again.
He needed to see it again. He needed to know.
He opened his eyes. He scanned the page, now, a completely different section of the fascicle. Amputee, ampyx, amrel, amrita, amry, amsel. Faster, faster…
Crowded into the bottom-right corner. An empty, white space. Above it, a Word.
A different Word.
This one began with an LN, and to the litany of Y’s had been added double-Us. The same layout: no explicatory text below, nothing else. The single, unpronounceable Word.
“There you are,” Lyle whispered. He turned to his computer, felt for the green button along the back of his monitor, pressed it. He thumbed the spacebar on his keyboard. The desktop awoke mid a staccato burst of tiny electronic clicks, followed by the usual cheery synth-tone. Lyle set a yellow legal pad on his lap, popped the well-chewed end of a mechanical pencil into his mouth, clenched it between his teeth. He tugged open a gray metal desk drawer, hideous and utilitarian, pawed around inside until he found what he wanted, closed it again. He turned back to the Word.
“Tell me a secret,” he said. His voice was queerly pitched, hollow. He hardly recognized it. He held up the small object taken from his desk, held it up above the page, showed it to the Word. It was a pushpin. Tell me. Lyle pricked the ball of his middle finger, blood welled into a fat bead. He turned his hand over, held the blood above the white, watched it distend, watched it fall. This time there was no lightning, no crawl. This time it sizzled, as though he had dropped it on a skillet. It sizzled, bubbled, on the white, then separated, it raised blood-red letters below the Word. Characters. This time, Lyle was ready.
It’s Attic Greek, he realized. The characters stood out in the elegant script of the Septuagint, the language of Alexander the Great. The language that, at one time, had conquered the world, and had later been conquered in turn. A language of emperors, and of slaves. Lyle sucked on his bleeding finger as he hunched over the legal pad, copying out the unfamiliar letters:
It was a matter of a few moments to download a keyboard for ancient Greek characters on the desktop. A few more to pull up Google, find a translator widget, and hunt-and-peck his way to the answer. The cursor blinked beside the translation. The word beneath the Word, the Greek extraction written in blood, fat and placid and banal:
Lyle felt a flush of disappointment. He had expected something, he realized. Some kernel of an answer. The name of a daemon, or of a god. A celestial body, perhaps. And why Greek? If it was printed in the nineteenth century, printed in English in the nineteenth century? Lyle turned back to the fascicle but the blood was gone. He brushed a cautious knuckle across the white gap and found it dry.
Thirsty, he thought. You feel thirsty.
The language of Alexander, and of Oedipus Rex, and of Aristotle. He considered the Word. Sleep. A definition? Was the book itself carrying some kind of, what, repository, fragments of a lost language, preserved by some oblique arcana? The work of a secret society, or a cult? Some Rosicrucian gimmickry? He looked down at the white space, the secret-keeping space, awakened by blood. Considered, again, the crooked syllables, the LM, the double-X, the Y’s and double-U’s.
Sleep was a word with a certain beauty. Especially for the chronic insomniac. A beauty and a kind of longing. Sleep. The LM, the double-X, the Y’s and the double-U’s. Strange, riotous Word.
“Sleep is a beautiful word.” Lyly was unaware that he had spoken aloud. The LM, the double-X, in the middle, the double-X. It occurred to him that this Word, too, was beautiful.
Beautiful and possessed of a kind of interior sense, Lyle realized. A kind of logic. When you think about it.
The double-X, a kind of sluggish, sloughing sound in the middle. A collapse, to link the long consonants, as if the effort of producing the Word were too much for one’s throat, all at once. The LM, the double-X, the double-U’s. Lyle opened his mouth, still unaware. The Word intensified, in his field of vision, came into a sharp focus. The rest of the page somehow fell around it. Lyle wondered if he was being hypnotized. There was no more color in the world, he knew how to say the Word, the Word was teaching him, patiently, to say it, he opened his mouth not knowing and he said the Word that meant Sleep and—
Lyle awoke on the floor of his office. He shook his head, once, experimentally. He winced—his left temple was sore; a bruise was coming on.
Did I fall? Black out? The fascicle was still on his side-desk. It was closed, now. His computer was dark and quiet, hibernating. All at once he remembered—*oh, my God—*it wasn’t a definition or a repository or a code—
“It’s a command,” he croaked, his voice husky in the stillness. Everything clicked, almost audibly, like tumblers turning in his head. It was a command, and that made the book something else, that made the book something very much else indeed, oh, oh God, that makes it something else.
What time is it? The sun hadn’t risen, the streetlights still slanted through his shitty, frail blinds. Traffic had picked up though, he could hear it outside, and he felt—incredible, I feel incredible—fine, other than the bump on his noggin and a few cricks in his shoulders, his neck, Lyle felt like a million bucks. He pawed at his phone. He carried it in his front-left pocket, and if he had fallen on it it might have—
The phone showed 9:44PM. He had slept, all right. He ran the math. He had been at his desk, it had been maybe five thirty…
It put me to sleep for sixteen hours? Lyle have never slept that long in his life, to the best of his knowledge*.* It was enough to make him want to weep. He’d been just an anxious little bedwetter when his long war against insomnia began, and the notion of simply saying a Word, a beautiful Word, and dropping off like a stone—
He crossed to his office door, turned the bolt. Opened it. A sticky-note was affixed to the outside:
Dr. L, wasn’t able to get ahold of you today, hope you feel better. Walked the class through Act III, reiterated their assignments re: Marlowe comparison & cut them loose, will check in tomorrow first thing.
It was James’s fluid cursive. Even his penmanship was pretty*.*
Lyle turned his attention back to the fascicle. He picked it up carefully, reverently. He felt a surge of glee, an unbridled joy at the power in his hands. When he closed his eyes he could still see the sleep-Word, the constellation of unwieldy letters stood out bright and vivid. His heart raced with the implications of his discovery—something else something else it’s something else—
The term Grimoire drifted hazily across his consciousness.
He rasped his thumb along the margins and felt immediately the bristle of the damaged page, somewhere in the center. He held the book upright and let it fall open, the single page left standing. He smoothed it carefully down. He looked upon the book.
The empty white stood out easily, in the center column, the exact mid-point. Above it was yet another Word, this one shorter, beginning with an A and three O’s, a sound meant to be moaned. Lyle rummaged for another push-pin in his desk. He pricked his ring-finger, this time—*spread the love, I might be doing this a lot—*and smeared a sizzling patina of blood onto the white paper. The red letters formed on the page, he couldn’t wait for them, he was greedy for them—
That isn’t Greek, Lyle realized. The new Word was explicated in a much more familiar—and, curiously, more recent—tongue. The new Word was translated in Latin.
Was the first Word I saw translated into Greek? he wondered. When I ran from the library, from the blood, the first time, were those Greek letters? He couldn’t be sure, it had happened so quickly, and hysteria warped the memory.
He couldn’t be sure, no. But he didn’t think so.
“Libido,” he pronounced into the quiet of the office. “Lust. Desire.” He stood there a long moment, lost in thought. Finally he reached beneath his desk and pulled out a slender leather briefcase. He wouldn’t leave it at the office again, not—
Not knowing what it can do.
He placed the fascicle inside, locked the briefcase, and killed the grating fluorescents overhead. As he left the office he crumpled James’s sticky note in his fist and let it fall.

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2023.05.31 18:27 ragnarok8907 Need Advice - Trade in for Older Vehicle?

Need some insight from internet strangers. I currently drive a 2014 Acura ILX. I bought it in 2016 and it has been an amazing vehicle and perfect for what I needed it for. At the time I was driving a lot for work so I needed something comfy that's good on gas and reliable. I am at about 95,000 miles with absolutely no problems. Kept up with maintenance and it runs like the day I bought it. Paid off as well.
Here is the problem. I had my first kid in 2019 and my second kid in 2022. My wife currently drives a 2021 Palisaide and since she is the stay-at-home parent it works cause it's pretty much the kid hauler. Fits the whole family no problem. My car on the other can barely fit one car seat and even that's pretty tight. Even with only one kid in the car, I feel a little uncomfortable driving around since it's so low to the ground. Financially, at this time we cannot afford another vehicle. I have the ILX paid off so we only have one car payment. I would like another vehicle.
Here is my question. I absolutely love the 1st generation Acura MDX. The new ones look so MEH but the older ones I just love the look. Would it be absolutely crazy to find a way to trade in my current 2014 ILX to get a 2005 MDX? The ones I am finding are around 150,000 miles hovering around $4k-$6k which lines up with the value of my vehicle. From a features standpoint, I was actually surprised to see how much you got with a 2005-2006 MDX. Backup camera, navigation, heated seats, etc. The only thing I would really be losing out on would be Bluetooth capabilities. The best part is it would be significantly more space, even has a third row. My fear is obviously I would be getting an older vehicle that could potentially have problems. It would be a short-term solution. With my wife returning to work in a few years I would be getting another newer vehicle.
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2023.05.31 09:58 Pige0n23 Finding a hypercar in the USA (excluding CA, FL and TX) - Part 2

Nowhere near hypercar material, but some mildly interesting spots I suppose.


1 - BMW M3 F80 [Atlanta, 2018]
2 - BMW M3 F80 + Cadillac CTS-V [Atlanta, 2016]
3 - BMW M5 F10 [Atlanta, 2015]
4 - BMW M6 F06 Gran Coupe [Atlanta, 2014]
5 - Mercedes-AMG S 63 W222 + Mercedes-AMG C 63 Coupe C205 [Atlanta, 2018]
6 - BMW M3 F80 [Atlanta, 2018]
7 - Ferrari California! [Atlanta, 2012]
8 - Bentley Continental GT II [Atlanta, 2023]
9 - Bentley Continental GTC I [Atlanta, 2018]
10 - Bentley Continental Flying Spur I [Altanta, 2018]
11 - BMW M3 E93 Cabriolet [Atlanta, 2023]
12 - Two tone Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600! [Atlanta, 2022]
13 - Mercedes-Benz E 63 AMG W212 [Atlanta, 2018]
14 - Porsche 911 991.1 Turbo [Atlanta, 2016]


15 - Alfa Romeo Giulia QV + BMW M5 F90 Competition [Florence, 2019]
16 - BMW M5 F10 [Florence, 2013]
17 - BMW M5 E60 [Florence, 2007]

New Jersey

18 - BMW M2 F87 Coupe [Jersey City, 2018]
19 - Porsche 911 991.1 Carrera S [Jersey City, 2023]
20 - Maserati GranCabrio S [Teaneck, 2020]
21 - Ford Mustang Shelby GT 350 [Sea Girt, 2022]
22 - BMW M5 F90 Competition [Tenafly, 2021]


23 - Bentley Continental GTC II + Ford Mustang Saleen S302 Convertible [Worcester, 2019]
24 - Bentley Continental GTC I [Worcester, 2016]


25 - Audi RS3 Sedan 8V [Wayzata, 2019]
26 - Porsche 911 996 Turbo S Cabriolet! [Wayzata, 2016]


27 - BMW M5 F10 [Las Vegas, 2021]
28 - BMW i8 [Las Vegas, 2021]
29 - Bentley Continental GT II [Las Vegas, 2019]
30 - BMW i8 [Las Vegas, 2015]
31 - Aston Martin V8 Vantage 2005 [Las Vegas, 2009]
32 - Bentley Continental GT I + Bentley Continental GT I Speed [Las Vegas, 2017]
33 - Nissan 350Z Nismo [Las Vegas, 2023]
34 - Porsche 911 992.1 Carrera S + BMW X3 M F98 Competition [Las Vegas, 2022]
35 - Chevrolet Corvette C7 Gran Sport Convertible [Las Vegas, 2022]
36 - Mercedes-Benz SL 55 AMG R230 [Las Vegas, 2019]
37 - Solar Beam Yellow Mercedes-AMG GT [Las Vegas, 2019]
38 - Audi R8 Type 42 V10! [Las Vegas, 2015]
39 - Bentley Continental GT I [Las Vegas, 2011]
40 - Mercedes-AMG S 63 Coupe [Las Vegas, 2019]
41 - BMW M6 F13 Coupe [Las Vegas, 2015]
42 - BMW M6 F06 Gran Coupe [Las Vegas, 2022]
43 - Mercedes-AMG GT [Las Vegas, 2022]
44 - Porsche 911 991.2 Turbo S [Las Vegas, 2019]
45 - Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder! [Las Vegas, 2013]
46 - BMW M5 E60 [Las Vegas, 2014]
47 - Audi RS7 Sportback C8 [Las Vegas, 2022]
48 - BMW M3 F80 [Las Vegas, 2022]
49 - Porsche 911 996 Carrera 4S [Las Vegas, 2015]
50 - Bentley Flying Spur II [Las Vegas, 2021]
51 - BMW M3 F80 [Las Vegas, 2019]
52 - Mercedes-Benz CL 55 AMG C215 [Henderson, 2018]
53 - Rolls Royce Ghost + Bentley Continental GTC II [Las Vegas, 2022]
54 - Bricklin SV-1! [Las Vegas, 2022]
55 - Lamborghini Urus [Las Vegas, 2022]
56 - BMW M5 F90 [Las Vegas, 2019]
57 - Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Sedan W205 [Las Vegas, 2023]
58 - Mitsubishi Evolution VIII [Las Vegas, 2018]
59 - Porsche 911 997.1 Carrera S [Las Vegas, 2011]
60 - BMW i8 [Las Vegas, 2022]
61 - Mercedes-Benz CL 63 AMG C216 [Las Vegas, 2019]
62 - Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X [Las Vegas, 2018]
63 - BMW M5 F10 [Las Vegas, 2021]
64 - Porsche 911 997.1 Turbo + Porsche 911 997.1 Carrera S [Las Vegas, 2013]
65 - Nissan 350Z Nismo [Las Vegas, 2019]
66 - Bentley Continental GTC I [Las Vegas, 2017]
67 - BMW M3 E46 Cabriolet [Las Vegas, 2019]
68 - Porsche 911 992.1 Turbo S Cabriolet Aerokit [Las Vegas, 2022]
69 - Mercedes-AMG G 63 W463 2018 [Las Vegas, 2022]
70 - Mercedes-Benz S 55 AMG W220 [Las Vegas, 2013]

North Carolina

71 - Mercedes-Benz E 55 AMG W211 + Cadillac CTS-V [Cary, 2018]
72 - Maserati 4200 GT Spyder [Apex, 2016]
73 - Mercedes-AMG E 63 S Estate W213 [Davidson, 2021]
74 - BMW M3 E92 Coupe [Davidson, 2012]


75 - Porsche 911 G-Series Carrera [Blue Ash, 2018]
76 - Audi R8 Type 42 V10 Spyder! [Springboro, 2016]
77 - Porsche 911 997.1 Turbo [Springboro, 2011]


78 - Jensen Healey [Ashland, 2008]

Rhode Island

79 - BMW M3 E46 Cabriolet [Newport, 2019]


80 - Abandoned Acura NSX NA1! [Blacksburg, 2022]


81 - BMW M5 F10 [Newcastle, 2018]
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2023.05.31 08:39 CommonLandscape3832 Hoping y’all can help

Hoping y’all can help
I’ve been looking at buying these for a while but I really wanna see what they look like on the car. If anyone has pics oh them on the car that would be awesome. Thx in advance 🤙
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2023.05.31 07:34 Quick-question101 Acura ILX or TLX?

Hey everyone, I’m looking to buy an Acura sedan around $25k but I’m not sure if I should go with the ILX model or the TLX model. Any tips or suggestions on which model to choose?
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2023.05.31 07:29 stubsfromspace Sensitive FB/honda owner.

So $10,000 for a car that doesn't run? Alright my guy. Then call the cops? Settle down.
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2023.05.30 17:45 lindbug 2013 Hyundai Elantra headlights on overnight

I know this may be an obvious question and I’m dumb for asking, etc, etc, but I’m freaking out a little bit. My boyfriend did me a favor and parked my car last night, but when he turned off the car, he didn’t turn off the headlights. When I went to move the car this morning, my car started and didn’t give me any issues, but I’m freaked out because I just replaced my battery not too long ago and I’ll be pissed if I have to again because of this. He’s done this one other time before and when I freaked out on him he told me something along the lines of they’ll turn off when the engines off, but I saw the lights shining on the garage door when I got into my car this morning. I just need a second opinion because now I’m freaking out that I’m gonna stall the next time I try to go to work.
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2023.05.30 17:25 lindbug 2013 Elantra Headlights On Overnight

My boyfriend did me a favor and parked my car last night, but when he turned off the car, he didn’t turn off the headlights. When I went to move the car this morning, my car started and didn’t give me any issues, but I’m freaked out because I just replaced my battery not too long ago and I’ll be pissed if I have to again because of this. He’s done this one other time before and when I freaked out on him he told me something along the lines of they’ll turn off when the engines off, but I saw the lights shining on the garage door when I got into my car this morning. I just need a second opinion because now I’m freaking out that I’m gonna stall the next time I try to go to work.
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