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post #7711 of 14185
Sorry bro. Worst part is you'll never get rid of that glass. Had the same thing happen years ago. Was vacuuming glass 3 years later.
post #7712 of 14185
Yeah.. well good thing is I just picked up my car and the shop replaced the window and vacuumed the glass.. most of it at least.

After I picked it up, I spent another 15 minutes vacuuming glass and was pretty satisfied. There were a couple shards here and there that were in tight angles that just weren't reachable, but I didn't want to feel OCD.

Then I got home and had to wipe off my steering wheel because the mechanics drove my car with their greasy hands to move it. Lo and behold, the alcantara picked it all up and I could feel the grime and grease as I drove home. While wiping off the wheel, I found more glass in more nooks and crannies.

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post #7713 of 14185
^^ Dont want to neg you but get used to it. I gets under the seats in crevices and over time works its way out into the open.
post #7714 of 14185
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post

^^ Dont want to neg you but get used to it. I gets under the seats in crevices and over time works its way out into the open.
Truth. I had broken glass due to an accident that kept appearing many years later.

GF, really sorry you're having to deal with this.
post #7715 of 14185
I had to look at original post to double check that we are in fact talking about cars we own or drive... (talking about other matters has thrown me off!) :-)






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post #7716 of 14185
^^ Bit too low for my taste. Nice color.
post #7717 of 14185
BMW Europe has released M6 GC for configuration on their websites. cool.gif
post #7718 of 14185
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Truth. I had broken glass due to an accident that kept appearing many years later.
GF, really sorry you're having to deal with this.

Thanks for your sympathies, Jay. It's only been a day already and I'm sort of over it.. I mean, my window was replaced, my interior is, for the most part, pretty spotless now, and I get to drive my car!

I guess the silver lining is that my insurance will replace my old ass GPS and iPod with the latest models nod[1].gif
post #7719 of 14185
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Thanks for your sympathies, Jay. It's only been a day already and I'm sort of over it.. I mean, my window was replaced, my interior is, for the most part, pretty spotless now, and I get to drive my car!
I guess the silver lining is that my insurance will replace my old ass GPS and iPod with the latest models nod[1].gif

Not a bad deal.

The more I think about it, the more I want the D2 S8...
post #7720 of 14185
Already back in Seoul, but went out last evening and the usual parade of baller cars went by as usual - woman in a Rosso 599 GTB driving her kindergarten aged kid around, a DBS, a different white Ghost, a black Phantom, a Conti GT Speed - these were all within the same 2 blocks. Panamera turbos and all the German cars are barely noticeable in Japan, they just seem like filler at this point.

Also went to the Lamborghini pop-up cafe today before I went to the airport. LP560-4 is is on display. Really wished it was an Aventador...

post #7721 of 14185
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post #7722 of 14185
a 560-4 Spyder passed me two nights ago. They had the top down facepalm.gif
post #7723 of 14185
If I had an Aventador roadster (not going to GreenFrog timeline that, that's a hefty check to pre-date) I would crank the heat and the seats and roll with the top off year-round.
post #7724 of 14185
According to my calculations, which involves a myriad of variables, including, but not limited to, the number of PPD (posts per day) in your ToJ thread and the RoR (rate of reply) in your ToJ thread, you should be able to comfortably afford a supercar in the price range of $250,000 - $350,000 by 2017.
post #7725 of 14185
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a 560-4 Spyder passed me two nights ago. They had the top down facepalm.gif

I've said it before, but if I had a cab the top would be down unless it was raining, snowing or very windy, the rest of the time top down.
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