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Old 02-14-2008, 07:13 PM
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Looks great! Congrats, and good job getting the right transmission.


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Thanks. They did a sh*tty job detailing it. I ordered some Z10 but I can't stand the current smell. It was clean before they got their hands on it!
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Old 02-14-2008, 08:49 PM
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Nice pick! The Terra leather, sport pack, and 6MT definately are all steps in the right direction. Cool ride you got there

The mod bug bit me for my parents' 325i. I suggest starting with rear fog lamps (buy a switch, that's all). I also installed the rear power outlets because I couldn't stand the notion of having something "blocked out" due to a plastic piece. If you have the dough, you can go with stuff like the split adjustable front armrest and/or the European wide-angle rearview mirrors.
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Old 02-15-2008, 12:08 AM
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Nice pick! The Terra leather, sport pack, and 6MT definately are all steps in the right direction. Cool ride you got there

The mod bug bit me for my parents' 325i. I suggest starting with rear fog lamps (buy a switch, that's all). I also installed the rear power outlets because I couldn't stand the notion of having something "blocked out" due to a plastic piece. If you have the dough, you can go with stuff like the split adjustable front armrest and/or the European wide-angle rearview mirrors.
Nice. I'm looking to get the stick taken out of my wheel tomorrow, but I am thinking M-Sport shifter, OEM alarm and the rear fog light in the immediate future.
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75$ Fill ups, that's a dream come true, we're now paying up to $200 each tank full!!
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Old 02-15-2008, 11:20 AM
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Yep - when I fill up my truck it cost me an arm and a leg. Average of $75 but, the 330 ain't too bad about $40. Working 5 miles away from the office helps too.

IMO - the first thing that you need to replace is the orange out of your headlights. Then I agree with the M-shifter. By the way - nice ride.
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Old 02-15-2008, 11:25 AM
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Yep - when I fill up my truck it cost me an arm and a leg. Average of $75 but, the 330 ain't too bad about $40. Working 5 miles away from the office helps too.

IMO - the first thing that you need to replace is the orange out of your headlights. Then I agree with the M-shifter. By the way - nice ride.
I used to only do 8,000 a year, but I've done 700 miles in the 14 days I've owned it. ouch.
The only way i'll do euro headlights is if I take my car to Newark and let the insurance company buy them. I think $1300 is way to much to get rid of a little orange
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Old 02-23-2008, 12:08 AM
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