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Old 04-01-2006, 09:32 AM   #1
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Sup folks wtb 318ti 5speed clean title let me know what you have. Im in Central valley, Fresno

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Old 04-02-2006, 12:11 AM   #2
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lol ... welcome negrodamus! wouldn't be a chappelle fan, would we?
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acquired and awaiting install: heated seat kit, cali top switch relo, lumbar support kit, park distance control kit, heated washer nozzle kit, m-coupe rear subframe, trailing arms, differential, and halfshafts, m-coupe front/rear brakes with master cylinder, under hood light kit, mud flaps, rear sun blind, auto-dimming rear view mirror, tilt steering wheel retrofit, apexcone 5000K HIDs with 55W ballasts




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If you give me 10k for my car you can take it
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It doesn't need park distance control, and hates decadence. It is musclepacked, yet lightly wound. It lets you feel the asphalt and get you going with the smallest touch of the pedal. It provokes, seduces, and demands to be driven hard. It looks, sounds, and smells like performance.
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Old 04-02-2006, 12:51 AM   #4
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man dont got that much only got like 7500 to work with to be honnest LOL
this would be my first BMW I was contemplating a 318 convertable but not shure I would really like a ti

yes sir chappelle fan thanks
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man dont got that much only got like 7500 to work with to be honnest LOL

i was just kidding with you man. 10k is a lot, is what people say. Plus i wouldnt be selling my TI for a good while. I knew some chick at my school that told me she wanted to sell her ti *(white)* but its auto.
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O..... its cool but thanks nice TI
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O..... its cool but thanks nice TI
thx man. its a good car mean, if you dont like hondas, then this car beats most stock hondas or hondas with intake/exhaust I still wanna go faster, im either going s52 or stage 3 supercharger. I dont know, time and money will tell.
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I love hondas owned alot of them however always liked BMW 318ti now that i can get one im looking
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negro.... check this out. Its auto though. http://losangeles.craigslist.org/car/146365352.html
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thanks but its an auto .....
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