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    Evening all
    Just bought my first BMW as a second car, 2002 330i Saloon with low miles
    40k on the clock. Car is immaculate and a credit to its previous owner.
    So far I am extremely pleased with it.
    Currently have a new Jaguar XK and a Westfield sat in the garage so the BM will be my daily drive.
     
     

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    40k, bloody hell. many welcomes mate, how you finding it. How can you not want to use the XK all the time in the week and the west at the w/ends!
     
     

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    I know I was amazed to find it for the price, and no paint work or damage anywhere! A real find !
    I bought the XK but have been doing a lot of miles for work, so I thought I would benefit from the drop in car values and pick up something to use for work and keep the XK for local and pleasure use.
    I am in two minds about keeping the Westy as I haven't used her much this year (weather ) I also have a large box of bits for a mod I was planning ....for which I just don't have the time and don't want to start something I can't finish...which was fitting a full fuel injection system and engine management hardware etc. She is currently on twin Webbers which make a great noise but guzzles petrol and go out of tune every five mins..

    Sorry Long winded answer
    Will post some photos of the BM once I take some as I am really pleased with her!
     
     

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    i suppose the BMW will be a fair comprimise between the two.

    Do you get to use the westfield on track at all or is it just a fun weekend toy? SEi or sport etc?
     
     

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    Been on the track a few times for track days but mainly weekends around the local lanes for fun, some great sideways slides !!!
    WOuld be a shame to sell her but her indoors says I now have too many cars!



    Jaguar XK Convertible for the sunny days
    Westfield for the weekend blat
    330i for the daily driver
     
     

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    damn those women, so selfish
     
     

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    Welcome to the forum glync, good choice in cars, I really like the Westfield and Super 7's e.t.c.
     
     

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