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It's time again to put your thinking caps on and ask our podcast crew anything you want to know. Don't forget to vote on which questions deserve our attention the most, though we'll try to get to as many as we can. Discussion topics for Autoblog Podcast #195, which we'll record tonight, can be found below. Finally, subscribe to the Autoblog Podcast in iTunes if you haven't already to hear your question answered.

Discussion Topics for Autoblog Podcast Episode #195

50 years of Econolines
Porsche Panamera selling like stroopwaffels
Details on Mahindra's deal unravelling
Goings on at Lincoln
Travis Pastrana's Mt. Washington Auto Road record
Hotter Subaru Forester

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      You guys have one of the best shows. I listen every week! I'm addicted to your shows. When is the C7 coming out and will it have a Dual clutch transmission or a MCT like Mercedes has in the SL63 AMG (planetary gears controlled not by torque convertor but rather computer paddles etc...How does VW's DSG compare to the Porsche Boxster, panamera Dual clutch and why is the vw better at crawling?
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      Good Evening Guys,

      Enjoy the podcast immensely.

      I have an awesome wife that feels sorry for me.....we have three daughters (including a set of twins). We stopped trying after three for that illusive little boy!!!

      She has given me her blessing to purchase one of the following and I wanted your take: Which would you chose in the 30 ish thousand dollar range? 2003 BMW M-5, a 2004 Mercedes E-55, or 2003 Audi RS6?

      I would prefer a sports sedan vs. an all-out sports car (Nissan Z, Mustang GT, Mazda RX-8, Porsche Boxster)

      I live in the mid-west but have another vehicle to drive in bad weather so all weather traction is not necessarily a "make-it-or-break-it item".

      I want something that is a hoot to drive, won't rattle my fillings out, and can still be considered "respectable" when meeting with my clients (I"m an investment banker).

      Thanks for your opinion(s)