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    kudos's Car Details
    Model of Car:
    330ci
    Year of Manufacture:
    2004
    Transmission Type:
    Automatic
    Car Body Type:
    Cabriolet

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    Hi,

    Just thought I'd do the decent thing and introduce me and my new purchase.

    BMW335iSE.JPG

    Bought this a week or so ago private sale off Autotrader.

    Manual
    Pro Sat Nav
    Front and Rear PDC
    Bluetooth
    Heated Seats
    Piano Black Trim
    19" Star Spoke w Potenza run flats


    Just come back from the garage, an oil change service was required, I was informed I needed two new rear tires aswell, cha CHING !!!

    19" Potenza run-flats turned out to be £332 each......

    I have a brake fluid service and a Statutory vehicle check coming up in the next couple of months too according to the service indicator.

    My plans are to put an aero lip on the front and one of the spoilers on the back, get the alloys re-furbed and get the pro sat nav updated to latest maps.

    That's all for now!

    Kudos
     
     

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    greg1189's Car Details
    Model of Car:
    E36 323i SE Saloon
    Year of Manufacture:
    1998
    Transmission Type:
    Manual
    Car Body Type:
    Saloon
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    Lovely looking car mate. I had a similar spec 325i pro nav keyless entry and go heated sport leather etc etc. same wheels. Be careful they are known for cracking. It's a prob in BMW manufacture process. Been on watchdog. Just letting you know cause if it happens bm will try telling you it's your fault when it's not and try and charge 500 a wheel. If it does occur stick to your guns and they'll replace free. I believe it's the rears that are susceptible.
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