ill give you a hint, its not a SBC...
its stout, if the fluid is kept up on, but not super smooth in the 2->3 shift as it has to shift the range and the gear at the same time. that synchronization isnt always perfect and you get a bit of a bump depending on how dialed in it is (too soft and youre burning up clutches, so its worth going a bit on the bumpier side).
granted in slow enough traffic youd be in 2nd most of the time anyway, but something to keep in mind... then again T1s dont grow on trees, finding one with a 3spd could be tricky, and i go back to my earlier point about valuation and rarity.
this one could actually have some ROI...
Yeah, that's why I posted the other one earlier but the one he found has potential without being perfect... so it's in the range of your normal VadApproved project, plus it's endorsed* by those who know a bit about them, so I hope he does it.
*= endorsed along with all informed cautions.
- A bunch of old, tough, unbreakable German iron
- One temperamental, stubborn, fragile Italian thing
- One Swedish memoriam
To add to that, unless you feel like driving to Rancho Cordova . Of note, I am already sending Nick to look at an M Roadster in Rancho Cordova this weekend.
The M Roadster is nearly the same price as the Bentley.
I am not getting involved in this. I am not getting involved in this. I AM NOT GETTING INVOLVED IT THIS.
Ok fine, I am off till the 28th so I can donate some of my time. But my driveway is off limits or Titleist will laugh in my face when my wife files for divorce.
You know what sucks? I'm on a diet. I had a salad and didn't have sweet pastrami meat.
You know what else sucks? Vad hasn't purchased this yet.