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    orrwrite! ow am ya? well as you can probably tell i'm from the Black Country and i love RWD cars. i'm in the 21-40 age bracket (sadly, closer to the higher number) when i 1st started drivin in 87' i had a few mk2 escorts -inc a 1600sport (wish i still had it!!) cars were a doddle to mess about with back then. stayed with rwd fords for years. tried a few fwd cars 87' orion 1.6i ghia, 96' cavalier cdx.
    But then in 2000 i bought my 1st e36 BMW, a 97' 318ise saloon. that was it then i was hooked, back to RWD - since then i have had another 318ise that was kitted out with M3 spec, my current drive is a 95' 318ti compact and a 96' 316i saloon - havin a bit of trouble with this one, not worked on a car since the escorts and so thats why i joined you guys at this excellent helpful forum!! that and the mrs bought me a laptop for crimbo!!
    thanks for all the help so far 'n' for in the future. tarrahh!!
    handlin' is everythin' - but if it ain't RWD, then it ain't no fun!!

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    Well, I can't say you are new to the forum, but welcome anyway
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by NealP View Post
    Well, I can't say you are new to the forum, but welcome anyway
    cheers mate, a fairly new but active member i would say. i'm shy and i wanted to see how friendly you all were before i start tellin you stuff.

    but i've found its a excellent forum with a great bunch of lads ready to help out.

    ps, i won't be posting in the 'WHAT DO WE LOOK LIKE' thread!!! thats definately gok wan.
    handlin' is everythin' - but if it ain't RWD, then it ain't no fun!!

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    welcome
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    Hi itsabeema and welcome officially to Bimmerforums UK now you have posted in intros , good to have you with us
     
     

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    Ronnie, I never posted in the intro either...so,

    Hi, my name is Neal. I like BMW's and own a couple ....god knows how they work .
    Hopefully, I will learn a lot from you guys cos you are the best....especially that Ronnie bloke/lass ...
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by NealP View Post
    Ronnie, I never posted in the intro either...so,

    Hi, my name is Neal. I like BMW's and own a couple ....god knows how they work .
    Hopefully, I will learn a lot from you guys cos you are the best....especially that Ronnie bloke/lass ...
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    You will need the e46 section for any technical questions Neal
     
     

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    You will need the e46 section for any technical questions Neal
    That's brilliant Ron, I never knew there was a seperate section for the E46 . Glad you pointed it out because I read the forum rules and it tells me exactly how to post a thread there...saves that poor mod guy changing the titles all the time. You are a superstar Ron ...
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by NealP View Post
    That's brilliant Ron, I never knew there was a seperate section for the E46 . Glad you pointed it out because I read the forum rules and it tells me exactly how to post a thread there...saves that poor mod guy changing the titles all the time. You are a superstar Ron ...
    I can't believe there's a guide on how to post a thread!










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    I can't believe there's a guide on how to post a thread!
    cough...that was a hint to Boostist...
     
     

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