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From: cuhulin on 8 Mar 2010 10:34
I had forgot about limited slip.In that case, both wheels should turn in
the same direction.
1957 BMW Isetta car I bought in 1963 from an Air Force Officer at Scott
Air Force Base,Illinois when I was in the Army.That little car had an
enclosed chain drive, both rear wheels were close together to each
other.That way, no differential was needed.
From: Hachiroku ハチロク on 8 Mar 2010 17:53
On Mon, 08 Mar 2010 09:34:20 -0600, cuhulin wrote:
> 1957 BMW Isetta car I bought in 1963
YOU had a Steve Urkel car?!?!
From: dsi1 on 8 Mar 2010 19:24
On 3/8/2010 12:53 PM, Hachiroku $B%O%A%m%/(B wrote:
> On Mon, 08 Mar 2010 09:34:20 -0600, cuhulin wrote:
>> 1957 BMW Isetta car I bought in 1963
> YOU had a Steve Urkel car?!?!
BMW car = Beemer
BMW motorcycle = Bimmer
BMW Issetta = Blooper
From: M.M. on 8 Mar 2010 20:11
> BMW car = Beemer
> BMW motorcycle = Bimmer
> BMW Issetta = Blooper
No, no, no...
car = Bimmer
motorcycle = Beemer (Beamer?)
From: dsi1 on 8 Mar 2010 20:27
On 3/8/2010 3:11 PM, M.M. wrote:
> dsi1 wrote:
>> BMW car = Beemer
>> BMW motorcycle = Bimmer
>> BMW Issetta = Blooper
> No, no, no...
> car = Bimmer
> motorcycle = Beemer (Beamer?)
Well, that's the way I learned it. I will concede that yours is probably
the more common usage. No matter, the damage has been done and I just
can't change my evil ways. That's the breaks. :-)