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Postposted on Mon Apr 01, 2013 5:17 am

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Postposted on Tue Apr 02, 2013 7:19 pm

Putting serious consideration into buying my first car. There's a 1980 MB 240D on e-Bay, but it's local, so I'm thinking of calling the seller when the auction ends (if it doesn't sell) and seeing it in person this weekend with a mechanic. It's not in the best condition, but it's still pretty, and gets pretty good gas mileage. It's also gorgeous, but might need a bit of work, so I'm not entirely sure.
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Postposted on Tue Apr 02, 2013 7:42 pm

Does your maintenance budget match that sort of vehicle, or would you be better off with a more reliable and cheaper to repair make like a Honda or Toyota?
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Postposted on Tue Apr 02, 2013 7:52 pm

Due to the fairly low price, and the reliability of the W123 body, my budget covers maintenance. Ideally I'd like to do my own repairs, but that is likely a few years out.
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Postposted on Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:37 am

Take your planned maintenance budget.

Multiply it by 10.

Then you'll be within an order of magnitude of what it costs to keep a Mercedes on the road.

The sweet spot of low cost car ownership is pseudo-American cars. You get American car resale value and parts prices, but with Japanese design.

The 1991-1996 Ford Escort with a manual transmission is probably the sweet spot of that. Mazda chassis, with a 1.9 liter Ford engine (they drop valves, though - not nearly as badly as the 2.0s though). Driven easily, you're looking at 40 mpg. And, nobody thinks of it as especially efficient, so they're dirt cheap.

The Geo Prizm is a more reliable bet, but everyone knows it's a Corolla, and asks Corolla money for it.
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Postposted on Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:19 am

bhtooefr wrote:The sweet spot of low cost car ownership is pseudo-American cars. You get American car resale value and parts prices, but with Japanese design.

IMO, if you want reliable transportation at an affordable price and don't care about panache, a 1997-2001 4cyl Camry is probably the best bet. All-Japanese design and build quality, low tendency to rust out along the rear sill because of the unusual rear bumper layout, and the used-car market is practically spammed with them, including a fair number at or under the 100k mark due to having been owned by older women. Parts readily available in any junkyard. There's so many of them on the road that Monroe still sells a compatible quick-strut kit (fully-assembled, bolt-in coilover with OE quality dampers and bushings).
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Postposted on Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:23 am

ludi wrote:IMO, if you want reliable transportation at an affordable price and don't care about panache, a 1997-2001 4cyl Camry is probably the best bet. All-Japanese design and build quality, low tendency to rust out along the rear sill because of the unusual rear bumper layout, and the used-car market is practically spammed with them, including a fair number at or under the 100k mark due to having been owned by older women. Parts readily available in any junkyard. There's so many of them on the road that Monroe still sells a compatible quick-strut kit (fully-assembled, bolt-in coilover with OE quality dampers and bushings).

QFT. My boss has put over 250k miles on 3 successive Camrys.
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Postposted on Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:05 pm

This shouldn't annoy me as much as it does, but Wikipedia is forcibly closing off all of the skins using Times New Roman fonts as of 4/15/13. None of the allowed options come anywhere close to the legibility of the "Classic" skin and they claim "needed back-end improvements". Bushwa. A font is a font.
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Postposted on Thu Apr 04, 2013 9:17 am

From a site I read pretty regularly: http://jalopnik.com/please-help-me-get- ... -469437544

tl;dr One of the editors had his 1973 Beetle stolen in the LA area. It's bright yellow with a blue racing stripe.
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Postposted on Thu Apr 04, 2013 10:46 am

lonleyppl wrote:From a site I read pretty regularly: http://jalopnik.com/please-help-me-get- ... -469437544

tl;dr One of the editors had his 1973 Beetle stolen in the LA area. It's bright yellow with a blue racing stripe.

I wish him best of luck. If it wasn't unscrupulously towed (per the comments), then it's probably in Mexico by now.
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Postposted on Thu Apr 04, 2013 3:47 pm

ludi wrote:I wish him best of luck. If it wasn't unscrupulously towed (per the comments), then it's probably in Mexico by now.

That's why my car (2010 Legacy GT Turbo) will never go to Montréal. When we go, we'll take the wife's car (Forester).

For those not from the Northeast, Montréal is a car theft mecca. With the container port but 2-3 miles away from wherever you parked your desirable car, it's in a container and on a ship before the waitress has brought the first round of drinks or the opening band has left the stage.
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Postposted on Thu Apr 04, 2013 3:58 pm

My Honda Accord was taken for a joy-ride while I was on vacation (apparently it was stolen the day before I got back, from a gated garage no less) in San Diego..

After joy-riding, they left it the shady part of town where some people started to strip the car... apparently someone came by, because it was abandoned with some parts still there..

The night before the insurance was going to cut a check, the police call and say that the car has been found... Fortunately I knew a good body shop, and they were able to fix everything for just under the value at which the insurance company was going to salvage the car... And then submitted a supplemental bill to them for stuff that the adjuster missed... The car ran better than new until I gave it to my brother... :)
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Postposted on Thu Apr 04, 2013 3:59 pm

Captain Ned wrote:For those not from the Northeast, Montréal is a car theft mecca. With the container port but 2-3 miles away from wherever you parked your desirable car, it's in a container and on a ship before the waitress has brought the first round of drinks or the opening band has left the stage.

I seem to remember reading something about that a while back. Something about vehicles tending to end up in Russia, Eastern Europe, and China as gray-market imports.
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Postposted on Thu Apr 04, 2013 4:01 pm

ludi wrote:
Captain Ned wrote:For those not from the Northeast, Montréal is a car theft mecca. With the container port but 2-3 miles away from wherever you parked your desirable car, it's in a container and on a ship before the waitress has brought the first round of drinks or the opening band has left the stage.
I seem to remember reading something about that a while back. Something about vehicles tending to end up in Russia, Eastern Europe, and China as gray-market imports.

Middle East as well. Parking anything German in Montréal is insurance fraud. Hotel valets make a whole lot more money stealing cars than they do in the day job.
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Postposted on Sun Apr 07, 2013 1:06 pm

Ahh, mud season. Took an adventurous drive today and spent most of it trying to balance on top of foot-deep ruts in quagmire dirt roads. Oh well, it's one of the reasons I drive a Subie. Now off to the car wash to remove the layer of road that's stuck to my underbelly.

Thought the temps had been warm enough long enough to avoid this. I miscalculated.
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Postposted on Sun Apr 07, 2013 2:23 pm

DancinJack wrote:
paulWTAMU wrote:My bench is holding at 295, OHP is 210, and squats and deads are coming back after an injury (fell of a ladder and did a number on my back) and should be back into the mid 300s/low 400s pretty soon. Bodyweight is stagnant at 265 though, not losing much :( has me frustrated! Hopefully next week I can get 3x5 with 275 on squats and get back to getting stronger vs making up lost ground. Injuries suck.


Isn't your main goal to just be healthy? 295 is a damn good bench. I think you should focus on getting fit more than lifting more, dude. I can't remember how tall you are, but if you're under 6' I think it's time to really focus on getting the diet and cardio stuff going.


For anyone that lifts regularly, lifting is not only cardio, it's better than cardio with respect to fat burn over a 24 hour period. When you're done running you're done burning. Healthy is a relative term really. I like aesthetics, size, and numbers. I want it all :D
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Postposted on Sun Apr 07, 2013 2:57 pm

steelcity_ballin wrote:For anyone that lifts regularly, lifting is not only cardio, it's better than cardio with respect to fat burn over a 24 hour period. When you're done running you're done burning. Healthy is a relative term really.
This is a true story.

My biology is weird due to a congenital birth defect (which I don't like talking about in specific terms because people make a lot of wrong assumptions), and one of the results is that, for whatever reason, I'm almost entirely unable to store body fat. I'm not as bad off as Lizzie Velasquez (who is literally unable to store fat) or people with complete lipodystrophy, but my energy level fluctuates heavily and I have to be careful about where, when, and what I eat.

I don't have (and have never had) medical insurance and so I have never had my condition examined too thoroughly, but in an attempt to put some more weight on my skin-and-bones frame, my aunt, who is also my GP, had me begin working out so that I would have some mass to me. The results were immediate and all too effective; I gained 11 pounds in just two weeks and I LOOKED much healthier than before. However, my energy problems became horribly more severe and my appetite, normally ravenous, became literally insatiable; I felt like I was starving all the time until I'd stuffed myself to nausea -- and I was hungry again in just an hour or two. Believe me when I say that between starving due to a lack of food and starving despite an abundance of food, I'd choose the former any day.

I've always been more athletic than I had any right to be given my level of physical activity; some of this is genetics and some of this is simply that being light makes it easier to move (and I love running, jumping, and active play like this), so I quit the weights and went back to gymnastic and more dynamic exercise. I started practicing my TKD again, I found a small group semi-locally (it's a bit of a drive, but not too far) that does parkour on an indoor course, and where I live now we have a decent approximation of a proper gymnasium set up in one of the backyard garages. I've managed to maintain a healthier weight, I don't feel like I'm starving to death, and I don't have to eat like someone four times my size; everything is better. (I just eat like someone twice my size.)

Anyway, this whole personal sharing session was really just to reinforce what steelcity said: if you want to lose weight, lifting is the way to go. That old story about doing cardio to lose weight is just hogwash.

I initially had "that old jag" above, but Google can't verify the existence of this phrase outside of talking about Jaguar sports cars. I changed it, but isn't that a phrase people used to use?
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Postposted on Sun Apr 07, 2013 3:14 pm

auxy wrote:I initially had "that old jag" above, but Google can't verify the existence of this phrase outside of talking about Jaguar sports cars. I changed it, but isn't that a phrase people used to use?

Outside of the Jaguar reference, a "jag" back in the 1940's meant a booze or drugs bender.
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Captain Ned wrote:Outside of the Jaguar reference, a "jag" back in the 1940's meant a booze or drugs bender.
Huh. I really thought there was a word like "jag" that meant something similar to "old wives' tale". I guess I made that up. (゚、 。`フ
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Postposted on Sun Apr 07, 2013 3:27 pm

auxy wrote:
Captain Ned wrote:Outside of the Jaguar reference, a "jag" back in the 1940's meant a booze or drugs bender.
Huh. I really thought there was a word like "jag" that meant something similar to "old wives' tale". I guess I made that up. (゚、 。`フ

No probs. Language is so plastic and flexible that definitions from the top just don't work as universals. In fact, I'm not sure if there are any definites when it comes to language.
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Postposted on Sun Apr 07, 2013 4:08 pm

Just to add on to what Auxy said, I didn't meant to say cardio by itself is all bad, that's not the case. In fact, often times for the very obese it's a necessity over conventional weight lifting because folks of this size do not have the flexibility, strength, or coordination to life at all without risking injury. Most people who are well over 300+ lbs should begin walking and dieting as a first step to losing weight. My weight regimen is designed by me, for me, and the combination of 4+ years of experience figuring out what is most effective for my goals.

TL;DR Exercise in any form is a good thing. There may be more efficient ways to your goals and YMMV. Diet = weight. Working out = body composition. Learn your TDEE, adjust calories for your goal, and get under a bar :D
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steelcity_ballin wrote:For anyone that lifts regularly, lifting is not only cardio, it's better than cardio with respect to fat burn over a 24 hour period. When you're done running you're done burning. Healthy is a relative term really. I like aesthetics, size, and numbers. I want it all :D


I wasn't saying to focus solely on running. (I didn't even say running, just cardio) I wasn't saying quit lifting and start running alone. Nor was I saying that he needs to focus solely on weight loss. Eating right and cardio are a huge part to being healthy. You can lift all you want and get as huge as you want, but to me, that alone doesn't make you healthy.

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DancinJack wrote:I wasn't saying to focus solely on running. (I didn't even say running, just cardio) I wasn't saying quit lifting and start running alone. Nor was I saying that he needs to focus solely on weight loss.
This is actually a huge pet peeve of mine. People these days very frequently reply to their own inferred implication of what someone said rather than what was actually said. You can do this to some degree in person, because you have body language and other things on which you can base an inference, but doing it online is just a huge problem and I really wish everyone everywhere would stop it. If I say I like Samsung phones, that doesn't mean I think they're the best, that doesn't mean I hate Apple, and it doesn't mean I think Koreans are the master race; it doesn't mean ANYTHING besides "I like Samsung phones."

We said lifting for weight loss is more effective than cardio for weight loss. He was using running as an example of an intense cardio activity. Nobody said or was implying anything else. Stop it.

DancinJack wrote:Eating right and cardio are a huge part to being healthy. You can lift all you want and get as huge as you want, but to me, that alone doesn't make you healthy.
Lifting is cardio. If you mean aerobic exercise, then there's a different argument. If you're lifting properly though, that's all the cardio you need.

DancinJack wrote:You guys known these things, I think.
Then why say anything?
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Postposted on Sun Apr 07, 2013 5:11 pm

annabel wrote:That's me officially living in New Zealand now! Where do the Kiwi gerbils hide?

Cool! I know there are a few Aussie forum regulars, but you might be the first in NZ.

Keep us posted, I'm curious about what it's like to live there.
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You're just trying to pick a fight auxy, jeez. No need to get your panties in a bunch.
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DancinJack wrote:You're just trying to pick a fight auxy, jeez. No need to get your panties in a bunch.
Noo! I'm not trying to pick a fight! Geez! How come every thread and comment thread I post in always turns into a fight! щ(ºДºщ)

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Still haven't recovered enough to lift again :-? Starting physical therapy next week for the back. Bah. I miss deadlifting. And pressing. I can barely even pick up Sam without spasming though.
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just brew it! wrote:Cool! I know there are a few Aussie forum regulars, but you might be the first in NZ.

Keep us posted, I'm curious about what it's like to live there.


Thanks brewy <3

It's pretty amazing so far :)
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annabel wrote:
just brew it! wrote:Cool! I know there are a few Aussie forum regulars, but you might be the first in NZ.

Keep us posted, I'm curious about what it's like to live there.


Thanks brewy <3

It's pretty amazing so far :)

That's good to hear. Which island are you on? Would be starting to get a bit chilly now. We're in the last stages of warmth here, got to about 33C today which is pretty warm for April here. Looking forward to bit of coolness as I'm getting sick of the warmth now.
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