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  • Got a new car :)

    I finally decided to replace my white one (in the background), and I got this:




    It's a 1900cc E46 318. Hopefully it won't drink much more fuel than my old 1600cc E36 316 though!

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    That's great, and it's a fantastic car to have at your age as well.

    Drive it carefully!

    What year is it?
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    • #3
      Nice upgrade!

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      • #4
        What a beauty! I still love mine, although it's an E36 (M3). You're going to love it.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Lynne View Post
          What a beauty! I still love mine, although it's an E36 (M3). You're going to love it.
          Although? I'd like to find a nice unmolested 95 M3 for myself.

          To the OP. Take care of the maintenance and it will last a long, long time.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by 1996 328ti View Post
            Although? I'd like to find a nice unmolested 95 M3 for myself.
            Mine's a '97. She's only got 60k miles on her and she's been treated with care since I bought her new. She's done her share of auto-crosses and been on the track, but I don't do that much any longer.

            To the OP: I highly recommend that anyone who gets a sports car take it auto-crossing. You learn how to push some limits at normal street speeds and also how to handle your car (and don't forget to auto-cross it in the rain also!). It's also a lot of fun to boot!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by RichM View Post
              I finally decided to replace my white one (in the background), and I got this:




              It's a 1900cc E46 318. Hopefully it won't drink much more fuel than my old 1600cc E36 316 though!

              cool! E46!
              Welcome to Jimmy’s World !!!

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