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What car do you drive?

pgd3

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Currently my 91 e30 BMW. Or I have a R80/7 bmw motorcycle.

Looking for an older 325ix w/ a blown motor. I'd love to transplant a TDI into one.
 

the shah

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the BMW 2002 was best
 

pgd3

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In the united states most of the 2002's have those horrible rubber bumpers.

For instance: Cool:

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Not Cool:

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The 2002tii is quite the auto.
 

the shah

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an unfortunate truth. there was one around here for some time but plagued with the rubber.
 

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Originally Posted by shahanshah
^ my gats are incredibly comfortable not sure what you talking about?

Every pair of Margiela shoes I've ever tried on"”and that's quite a few"”has been horribly uncomfortable with virtually no support. Cool looking kicks, but not an example of fine cobbling by any stretch of the imagination.
 

the shah

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Originally Posted by pstoller
Every pair of Margiela shoes I've ever tried on"”and that's quite a few"”has been horribly uncomfortable with virtually no support. Cool looking kicks, but not an example of fine cobbling by any stretch of the imagination.

Sorry to hear that, I should specify that gats = sneakers
 

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Drive it everywhere except to work. I was even able to find a Recaro baby seat that matched my interior.

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JayJay

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Originally Posted by dream34
Drive it everywhere except to work. I was even able to find a Recaro baby seat that matched my interior.

It's a real beauty.
 

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Cars from that era are better looking than pretty much anything being made today.


Originally Posted by dream34
Drive it everywhere except to work. I was even able to find a Recaro baby seat that matched my interior.

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Had to leave my 30 day old A4 at the dealer for a faulty sirius module. Was given a 2011 Q5 as a loaner. Gotta say it's a nice vehicle. It's basically driving a very large A4. I like it, though.
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Initially this morning I was given an A3 and didn't like it at all. Basically an Audi-badged VW GTI. I don't like those cars at all.
 

thekunk07

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what didn't you like? i have an a3 3.2 but i think i am trading it for an a4 3.2 with the guy whose house I am buying. same year, same mileage, just a model swap as I need some more space
 

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Mostly I am not a fan of hatchbacks at all, and also I think the interior felt pretty cheap compared to the other Audis I've been in. I guess it's the lowest pricepoint Audi so that's to be expected, but I felt like I was riding in a nice VW instead of an Audi. I don't meant that in a snobby way at all, although it might sound that way. Kind of the way I'd expect any Cadillac to be a step above any Chevrolet, ya know?

Although I think the A3 I got was pretty much the most bare bones config possible, whereas my A4 is the premium plus with all the upgrades. That might have my baseline a little skewed in terms of expectations.
 

thekunk07

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i could see that, the s-line and premium packages make a big difference. maybe a lot of people agree because the next a3 is allegedly going to be a sedan
 

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Currently rotating between these three.

'97 E420
'01 I30t
'66 Galaxie 7-Litre

All together they're worth less than a new Accord, but I'm hoping to add something else to the fleet after I finish school in December.

 

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