I have one of these tool chests. Oneupmanship motherfucker.
It's currently in my front room. Not ideal
For the discerning balleur.
Don't let J see this please.
Designed by a lady no less.
Is that a roller bearing draw version.
It is. The sticker says so!
I've got these and i wouldn't recommend
They work fine for me. I am not a mechanic so they don’t get a great deal of use - storage for tools mainly.
mebbe i just got a dud set, but the locking mechanism is crap and the drawers arent great either - on just slides forward randomly.
Here you go @Dammit - a 600bhp Porsche I'm sure will cost pennies to run!
I would expect that to go straight into a collection. I would also expect a 3.2 litre turbocharged race engine producing 600 bhp to be tremendously exciting in a road car, when for example driving through London.
Switches traction control off, pins it, instantly crashes. WAC.
Needed to be a little faster with the dab of oppo there.
That doesn't happen when I floor it in my Peugeot 2008. What a shitmobile.
Hard to say. I don’t use the lock. The drawers are fine although I was careful to ensure they were level.
Great job Michele .. I did not know that .
I wonder how many female designers there are in automotive.
I've got a set of cabs that has a Snap On badge..
Someone did mention tool box envy 😁
I guess the beeping is him turning off or reducing traction control level? With obvious results.
TBF, road was pretty empty and massive, you kind of would, wouldn't you.
Found another 5 series wagon, also a pile. Lots of them just seem to have been abused/not maintained at all in the 3 year old to 8 year old period, so when we are looking at 8 year old cars, all of them to date (4) have needed quite a list of things! None are being sold cheaply, all at book price despite needing £££ work to get back to what I would call an 8 year old car standard. Disappointing, maybe this is why so many folk just give up and lease a new one?
Or find an older one with a considerate owner or full service history maybe?
What price/milage you looking at?
Anything on the approved used site? Otherwise I don't think I'd buy a second hand car of that age again unless very local or from a clear enthusiast.
HOOVA YOR ROOM!
Normally buy cars much older (2-3x the age and 5x the mileage needing less work, by cost of work not by number of items lol).
Age old question, stay with what I've got, or buy newer, newer not always the answer though!
Yeah saw bmw main dealer prices are actually decent, seeing lower milage examples, MUCH lower, in higher spec trim, expect bmw warranty to be at least worth half of something, for the same money as small scale dealers/online private.
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