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Old 12-07-2017, 11:09 PM   #1
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Hi Everyone

I have just bought a MY 2000 BMW 318ti.
I already own a 2002 E39 M5 and have had lots and lots of BMWs.

I wanted a cheap RWD car to get in to track driving and I think the compact is a good place to start. E30s are too expensive and have a **** driving position.
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Hi Everyone

I have just bought a MY 2000 BMW 318ti.
I already own a 2002 E39 M5 and have had lots and lots of BMWs.

I wanted a cheap RWD car to get in to track driving and I think the compact is a good place to start. E30s are too expensive and have a **** driving position.
I think you will be one of the few e46 compact owners on the board. Most are e36/5 owners and from the U.S.

Welcome though, and as always share some pictures!
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