Grass Roots BMW, Inc. is owned and operated by Herb and Reno Anderson. This is an exciting time in the history of Grass Roots BMW Motorcycles. Herb, rider extraordinaire, is coming on board to bring fresh ideas to the business and to add his extensive knowledge of the motorsports world. His wife, Reno, brings marketing and writing expertise.
Wednesday, March 22, 2006
Tuesday, March 21, 2006
This year, thousands of cars that were flooded by the recent hurricanes may find themselves in the garages of unknowing car buyers. This can happen when unscrupulous people fraudulently "retitle" a car so it hides the fact that it's been flooded. So how can you avoid falling for an elaborate fraud?
Experts say always have a trusted mechanic examine the car.
Look underneath the dashboard of the vehicle and check the wiring. Feel if it's wet and look for signs of rotting around the wiring. Also, look along the carpeting of the vehicle for discoloration. A single line or flat line could be an indication of a watermark in the vehicle.
Be sure to check the trunk for water damage and shoddy repairs. Turn the lights on to make sure that they work. One of the biggest indicators can also be the smell of the car. If the interior smells musty or too much like a strong deodorizer you should be suspicious that car has been wet or damaged.
Take advantage of services such as carfax.com which can trace the car's history and can alert you of any problems with its past.
These kinds of cars make Ferraris and Aston Martins look like relative bargains; despite their fame, they are much cheaper than the cars on our list. Of the 10 most expensive cars, only two are made by brands with household names -- Porsche and Mercedes-Benz -- although I guess it depends on what your household is like.
Found via Wired News.
Wednesday, March 15, 2006
As featured previously here at Mudhorny, Hand Carved Gifts was featured in MonsterCommerce's monthly newsletter.
Each month, we ask a different MonsterCommerce merchant the same five questions regarding their online business and its success.
This month's featured merchant is HandCarvedGifts.com who offers a variety of fine wood hand-crafted replicas of classic American cars and motorcycles.
Read more about them at MonsterCommerce Newsletter | March 2006.
Sunday, March 12, 2006
Are you "Tired" of managing the air in your tires? Why not try Michelin's Tweel.
DETROIT, M.I. (January 9, 2005) – Today at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) Michelin showcased a potential future for mobility, an integrated tire and wheel combination missing one ingredient that is vital for traditional tire performance...air. The company unveiled the first real-world fitments for its revolutionary "Tweel" – which operates entirely without air.
Okay so they are not quite ready for production yet and you probably can't buy them yet. I can't decide if they are really cool looking or funny looking. You be the judge.
Check out the Michelin Press Release for more information.
Tuesday, March 7, 2006
These are pretty sweet. Check out all 12 pics from the show on
At the 76th International Motor Show in Geneva, carmakers are showing off vehicles that you'd expect James Bond to drive--packed with power, grace and comfort.
Friday, March 3, 2006
Edmunds.com provides True Market ValueSM pricing, unbiased car reviews, ratings, and expert advice to help you get a fair deal. What is the True Market ValueSM?
If you are thinking about buying a car, you should go read New car prices, used car pricing, auto reviews by Edmunds car buying guide.