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    Hi,

    I've been in & out of these forums for a few years lurking when I needed info on stuff, but didn't sign up because I was too budy wasting time posting on guitar forums instead. You know how it is.

    Anyway, I live in NW London and bought a 1989 318i E30 eight years ago after a trip to the US. I spent 2 weeks driving automatics with power steering and bought a bimmer as soon as I got back.

    Is it worth me being honest and saying I'm trying to get my post count up to 15 so I can advertise the car for sale before I give it away on Freecycle, or do you get fed up with people doing that. At least I'm a real person, not a spambot.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guitar_Slinger View Post
    Hi,

    I've been in & out of these forums for a few years lurking when I needed info on stuff, but didn't sign up because I was too budy wasting time posting on guitar forums instead. You know how it is.

    Anyway, I live in NW London and bought a 1989 318i E30 eight years ago after a trip to the US. I spent 2 weeks driving automatics with power steering and bought a bimmer as soon as I got back.
    Hi and welcome mate

    Its good to have a guitarist added to our ranks
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guitar_Slinger View Post
    Hi,
    Is it worth me being honest and saying I'm trying to get my post count up to 15 so I can advertise the car for sale before I give it away on Freecycle, or do you get fed up with people doing that. At least I'm a real person, not a spambot.
    Depends on if your going to get another BM and stay with us.

    Welcome either way.
    Clear your heads and get ready to run.
    Remember, the best times are yet to come.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guitar_Slinger View Post
    Hi,

    I've been in & out of these forums for a few years lurking when I needed info on stuff, but didn't sign up because I was too budy wasting time posting on guitar forums instead. You know how it is.

    Anyway, I live in NW London and bought a 1989 318i E30 eight years ago after a trip to the US. I spent 2 weeks driving automatics with power steering and bought a bimmer as soon as I got back.

    Is it worth me being honest and saying I'm trying to get my post count up to 15 so I can advertise the car for sale before I give it away on Freecycle, or do you get fed up with people doing that. At least I'm a real person, not a spambot.
    Hi Guitar Slinger, welcome to the forum, unhelpful posts or spamming is frowned upon just to sell a car in the for sale section and posts as such will be deleted, thus resetting your post count
     
     

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    Guitar Slinger, Welcome to the Number One BMW Forum

    Please be sure to post pictures http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...ures-or-t2682/ and check out the the recently added "MEETS" forum http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/f5/ to see what's happening in and around your area

    PS, It's really easy to get 15 posts without having to upset us Mods and create extra work for us
     
     

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