DOES ANY BODY KNOW??????
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Hey /o/ got a few random problems to day on my way back from school, its about a 30 min drive, ill start off with i pull up to the toll like normal and roll down my window "electric" as i pull away my window struggles to go back up, i hit up, and goes up then back down, i finally get it to go back up, also same ride a little down the road, my MPH all of the sudden goes to 0 "just drops" then after 20-30secs goes back up and acts normal. then later down the road...does it again. is this a main ground problem? easy? not to worried about the window but the mph for sure. any help at all means alot! ty btw its a 1992 bmw 318is if that helps.
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Would it be possible to make a Thunderbird SVE clone based on a 1992 model? From the wiki:
"The SVE Thunderbird used the headlights, door handles, and rear bumper cover from the 1994–1995 Thunderbird and front fascia and body side cladding from the 1996–1997 Thunderbird."
So, I'd essentially have to swap on a 94-95 front end with a 96-97 bumper, and a 94-95 rear bumper. Is this doable, like swapping a Gemini front end onto a Civic?
WATRD Mars Division
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ITT: we design the first MDM (martian domestic market) vehicle.
Assume we're all in a martian underground colony, and all life support processes have become sufficient enough over the past decade or so to free up resources for hektik skids up on the regolith.
There are levels of development for everyone ITT, from aesthetic concept, to in situ resource extraction, up to technical engine design and fuel extraction.
Basic shop tools, a furnace, and (easymode) 3D printer, but no refined materials will be available. Take into consideration the relatively high concentrations of carbon dioxide, dihydrogen monoxide, iron oxide, and the presence of solar energy comparable to that of the earth as raw materials.
Let the OC flow, citing scholarly articles whenever possible.