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  1. 2004 E46 330i Stubby aerial 
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    Hi

    really pleased with this purchase off ebay. Had two attempts previously to find a good one - this has exceeded my expectation. If it's your thing I'd recommend.

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    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Short-Stubby-A...item4a9c6faf26

    (I am not associated with the seller!!)
     
     

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    Moved to Bodywork & Styling.
     
     

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    Mark3ed how about posting a picture of it fitted to your car to give us an idea of how it looks???
    I quite fancy one . . . . .
     
     

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    As requested! Braved the cold to get this shot. Hope this helps?

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    The stubby ariel Looks good!
    You got a hard top on just now? Do you find much difference during the bad weather?
     
     

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    I love the hardtop as it gives you the sense of owning another car. Noise is reduced, slightly more rigidity and better insulation. You also get rear lights, which the kids insist on switching on and off (I better check they are off having had that thought). I actually look forward to putting the roof on and obviously taking it off in Spring - I then strap it to the garage roof using ratchet straps. The disadvantage is that I miss out on those frosty mornings with roof down and heater on full!
     
     

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