Refers to the rather unfortunate tan you get on your arms from wearing t-shirt's in the summer. Very similar to 'Drivers Arm', the Farmers Arm originates from the country region of Australia and can also be obtained from driving down long dirt roads in the summer with 3 other mates and a carton of beer.
Katie: "Let's go to the pool, its so bloody hot"
Linda: "Yeah, I need to get rid of these farmers arms"
Linda: "No way, I'm not going anywhere with this farmers arm"
Linda: "OMG! I've got farmers arm"
May 7, 2007 Urban Word of the Day
refers to the left arm being tanner (or redder) than the right arm because it's been hanging out the window
dude1: hey man i took a trip to LA last weekend...
dude2: yea man i know... you've got major driver's arm!
n. Refers to the left arm's being burned or more tan than the right, as long as the driver is from the majority of countries where people drive on the right side of the road.
His farmer's tan gradually became driver's arm after he quit farming and started truck driving.
refers to the RIGHT arm being tanner (or redder) than the left arm because it's been hanging out of a car window during transit.
"What's wrong with your arm? You get sunburnt?"
"Yea, driver's arm from the trip to Queensland, got bloody bitten by mossies too!"
The arm fixed firmly on the drivers side door and or window sill whilst engaging in fangin' regardless of the drivers inability to maintain addequate control of the vehicle. Often results in single armed sunburn.
Nice sunburn on your fangin' arm...must have been a long trip to the bottle-o. Ya fugead!
JDM Pose: Popularized by drivers in Japanese car tuning magazines, this type of pose is typically random, silly (though sometimes serious), and awkward. The poseur attempts to contort one’s body in the attempt to create a new pose. However, the outcome is typically the same, i.e. forming an “M” on one’s head by pointing elbows to the sky while touching the top center of the cranium. Those with advanced techniques have the ability to create unappealing facial mannerisms while simultaneously contorting the legs. More advanced configurations can be performed while lying on the ground or can be attempted with props such as mannequins, other humans, or stuffed animals.
Nerdy Asian #4: Hey, we should take some pictures with our cars!
Hansom Pretty Boy Asian #1: That’s tight.
NA4: Let’s do a JDM pose!
HPB1: Ewww, no way. Those are played out.
NA4: So what? They still do them in the Options 2 magazine!
Hanson Pretty Boy Asian #1’s Girlfriend: I’m gonna take the pic now. Hurry up so I can go shopping.
NA4: (grabs knee with right hand, while putting left arm behind head) Sugoi!
HPB1: (puts both hands behind head and starts thrusting his pelvis)
HPBA1GF: You guys are dumb. (snap!)
NA4: We’re so cool. Let’s get bubble tea!
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The 3.0 CSL race cars were the first cars to be developed under BMW Motorsport GmbH. They were also the first to sport the newly designated official colors of BMW Motorsport - red, blue and purple - and the first to use ABS.more...
The 3.0 CSL won 5 European Touring Car Championships between 1973 and 1979, as well as national championships in several countries. CSLs were so successful they continued to win races into the late 1970s even though production ended in 1975 to make way for its successor, the 6 Series.
Thanks to the development of a four-valve cylinder head, the BMW six-cylinder engine grew from 3.2 to 3.5 liters and increased in horsepower from 340 to 430.
In the USA, BMW of North America campaigned a 3.5 CSL team in 1975 and won IMSA races at Sebring, Laguna Seca, Riverside, Daytona and Talledega. Drivers involved in the American success of the CSLs, included Hans Stuck, Sam Posey, Brian Redman, Allan Moffat, Dieter Quester and Benny Parsons.
The racers differed from the standard 3.0 CSL's in that they had the larger 3.2 liter engines and the distinctive spoiler.
By 1974, BMW Motorsport was eager to homologate their only 3.5 liter engine for production-based racing. That homologation required the production of a run of larger engined road cars. The result was the fitting of their 3.2 liter (3153 cc) engine to the 3.0 CSL which increased horsepower by 6bhp (to 206bhp) and torque.
In addition to the larger engine, Series 3 cars were often supplied with ...