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    Nice mate, I wanna go.....pleeeeeeeeaaaaassssssseeeeeeeeee
     
     

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    I have seen pics of that elsewhere very recently?

    A bmw meet, or some cruise or something that happened not so long ago?

    Looks awesome!
     
     

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    Must of been sunday the 1st may at Milton keynes. The only time the cars been out to a meet this year.
    Everywhere i go the car is just getting so much attention. People are snapping pictures even when i just pop to the shops!
     
     

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    Thank you for the comments guys, Really appreciated.

    Would gladly take her to a BMW meet, Just let us know when and where?
     
     

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    I am the opposite to Royland...

    I too have taken my first step into the world of BMWs in that I am now the proud owner of a beautiful 2002 530i SE...

    Also my first ever automatic...

    She is LOVELY!

    No mods that I am aware of.

    So the opposite end of the spectrum to Royland - Factory standard, I think... I need to upgrade the phone from the Nokia cradle to an iPhone, if this is possible.

    I am very glad to be here...

    Here she is:
    Last edited by Peter Kember; 09-05-2011 at 23:07. Reason: Add a picture
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by royland View Post
    And forgot to mention BMW instrument cluster binned and has a STACK DASH!

    & E46 bonnet
    nice motor mate but it hasnt got an e46 bonnet its a standard e36 bonnet with the grill welded to it autovision styling did it years ago
     
     

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    Hi Royland and Peter Kember,Welcome to BImmerforums.co.uk............

    Both of you have very nice motors
     
     

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    Awesome car, though I am not sure how wise it is to get that as your first RWD car. Just my opinion. Take it easy
    --E36 316i Compact in Boston Green--
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris3boro View Post
    Awesome car, though I am not sure how wise it is to get that as your first RWD car. Just my opinion. Take it easy
    dont listen to him, I remember going backwards through a fence at 40 miles an hour as a youngster when the laws of physics finally reminded the car about the rules mid corner. All part of the learning curve
    2002 325 Compact Sport ti M-Tec---- A little thanks goes a long way
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diablo944 View Post
    dont listen to him, I remember going backwards through a fence at 40 miles an hour as a youngster when the laws of physics finally reminded the car about the rules mid corner. All part of the learning curve
    Exactly, so why risk wrecking such a nice car? But if you have the money to take such a risk then go for it I suppose
    --E36 316i Compact in Boston Green--
     
     

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