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    Hey, recently got myself a BMW after driving an old 306 for the past 3 years or so. Went and picked it up on my 21st, best present i have ever given myself!

    Its a 2002 330ci Clubsport with a few additions. What a find it was, so pleased with it. Hoping the SMG gearbox holds up as i have heard a few problems can occur. Its a bit of an upgrade from the 306, a lot faster.







    My reason for posting on here is to find out how i can integrate my ipod. I went into BMW yesterday and they wanted £550. I have looked on here and many websites but i jsut want someone to confirm weather the DICE or any other unit works with the multi changer and SATNAV headunit (its the pro headunit with the retractable screen) and doesn't loose steering wheel controls. Headunit shown below


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    Welcome mate

    That's a seriously nice car
     
     

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    love clubsports, very jelious, but i do prefer the clubsports with there standard extras like bumper fins and clubsport rear spoiler, i also like clubsport wheels!!
    Love the m3 mirrors and rear dove tail spoiler, but not over the c sport.
     
     

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    Lovely car mate although the styling is half m3 half clubsport
    Pain & Pleasure ....... my e39 ...... meJulie ..... what a car
     
     

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    Well it started off as a clubsport and then the previous owner has added the m3 parts (wheels, spoiler, mirrors, exhaust) i definatley prefer the m3 alloys and i like the new spoiler as its a bit more subtle to the clubsport wing. Sounds amazing too. So happy
     
     

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    Looking nice mate and i agree with you about the wheels and spoiler, i'm considering the same rear spoiler in carbon for mine.
     
     

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    lovely motor mate...good nick
     
     

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    It's definitely a lovely looking motor but as far as I can tell everything 'Clubsport' seems to be missing exept for the colour ie wheels, splitters and spoiler.
     
     

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    get it back to standard if you can mate, it will be more unique as there tons of copied bmw m3s etc.

    lovely car though mate, a freind of mine has a car sales buisiness, and he can sell these all day long
     
     

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    nice looking car mate, whats with the 4 exhausts
     
     

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