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    Talking I am VERY VERY happy

    Today, I am driving home my very own BMW M3.... This could be the best day of my life so far...

    Mike
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    Man its only a car!
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    Thumbs up

    What year??? what chassis code?
    Nothing yet.....

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    Its not just a car its an "M3", and that is worth something. Check out www.bmwfilms.com, you'll soon see it is much more than just a car
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    Cool

    It's never "just a car". Man, the last time someone told me the RX-7 was "just a car", he got an earfull.

    BMW M3....not my style, but an OK car nonetheless...
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    Originally posted by Aaron Cake:
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    BMW M3....not my style, but an OK car nonetheless...</STRONG>
    JUST "OK"????????

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    it's never just a car..

    my car overheard me talking about selling her, and the next day the window regulator went out.. silly me.. must not let the car over hear these types of conversations..
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    ohh nester never do that. I did that and damn my transmission went out on me. God damn POS car

    But in reserse to that I had a car once when I was talking about selling it and buying a new car it actually ran better I liked that car too bad I had to get rid of it.
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    M3 .. nice and all ..

    Pros: Good HP

    Cons:

    Body shape / style looks like a midget with a small head

    Over-priced

    Engines over-heat easily

    Just watch your temp. sensor !! I have a close friend whose M3 over-heated and BMW tried to pin it on him (before they had the amber temp. light)

    Personally, I would have gone with a Miata or an eclipse spyder turbo (convert) =)

    To each his/her own.

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    I guess this is kind of on topic:

    I am heading up to Pocatello Idaho tomorow morning to pick up a 1982 BMW 7 Series. Since I have 2 kids this is the closest I'll get to a sports car but I'm pumped. Plus, more room for tunes and friends right?

    The car has a bad cylinder but I don't know any mor details. But it should be a fun car on the highway once I get the engine running right.

    And the best part:

    THE CAR WAS FREE!!!!!
    1983 BMW 733i
    Cyrix 166 32MB with MPXPLAY And no display. Player sits on the back seat with a keypad in front. Someday I'll mount this thing for good...
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