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post #16 of 40
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Yes.

I'm a scofflaw...I refuse to mar the front with a front plate. Never had a problem, but that is probably because the People's Republic still has a category of plates that only require the rear.

Compounding my sins is that the front bumper cover is the European and not the North American version...no side reflectors, another thing that bothered me aesthetically.

- B

Haha, I noticed quite some non stock items, e.g. wheels and brakes. But you did not debadge the "M3" from the rear - I thought SFers avoid logos at all cost - joking
post #17 of 40
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I'm a scofflaw...I refuse to mar the front with a front plate.

Me, too, but LAX gives you an automatic fix-it ticket if you don't have a front plate, which is why I keep something like this around:

http://www.gominigo.com/NHLPB-BMW.html

--Andre
post #18 of 40
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Booooooo!



- B

Sorry, beautiful car, but the E92 looks better. Does seem to be very color dependent though.



Love the more aggressive lines.
post #19 of 40
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Originally Posted by A Y View Post
Me, too, but LAX gives you an automatic fix-it ticket if you don't have a front plate, which is why I keep something like this around:

http://www.gominigo.com/NHLPB-BMW.html

--Andre


I just zip-tie it to the front grill... 5 minutes to put on and 5 minutes to take off without any drilling or damage to the car.
post #20 of 40
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Originally Posted by arnach View Post
Sorry, beautiful car, but the E92 looks better. Does seem to be very color dependent though.



Love the more aggressive lines.

By aggressive you mean disjointed?


post #21 of 40
The E36 is prettier than both.
post #22 of 40
I love the M3. It's as 007 you can get.

post #23 of 40
I'd rather have an S5, those LED headlights are too nice!
post #24 of 40
I picked up a sedan recently, I would recommend it as a fast and competent DD that you can take to the track once in awhile. i went with the MT6, and with a couple of minor modifications to the clutch it works very well. Not the lightest car, but overall i am quite pleased with the handling and the EDC.
post #25 of 40
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Originally Posted by bingusa View Post
IMHO most forums are fan boy clubs, nevertheless, useful info can be mined via your filter.

Sorry detouring your thread - for a similar amount of $, have you given thought to the GT-R?

I loved the GT-R until I found out you can only launch that car 37 times then you need motor/tranny overhaul.
Go drive an IS-F
post #26 of 40
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Originally Posted by James Bond View Post
The E36 is prettier than both.

It's no E30.


For the stylish man, an E91 with an S65 swap and appropriate suspension is the clear choice.

post #27 of 40
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Originally Posted by Galen_M View Post
It's no E30.


For the stylish man, an E91 with an S65 swap and appropriate suspension is the clear choice.



Haha, talking about God's chariot there, are we? Of course, everyone knows the Beast, aka E39 M5, rules them all.

post #28 of 40
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Originally Posted by James Bond View Post
The E36 is prettier than both.

I would say, aestheticaly, E36 is as ugly as the E92. E46 is better than the two

E30 trumps all 3. But I'm a 1990 type of fellow.

post #29 of 40
E30, E46 very close. E36, E9x far behind. The just-intro'ed E89 Z4 looks great, though. It's the first car in years from BMW that makes a great first impression.
post #30 of 40
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Originally Posted by A Y View Post
E30, E46 very close. E36, E9x far behind.

This man speaks the truth, and this is coming from an e46 m3er.

All bangled bmws are garbage, loyalists hate them and fanboys love the vulgar styling which is the antithesis of historical bmw philosophy.
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