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Old 08-16-2005, 10:53 PM   #1
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Default Woo Hoo! First BMW.

Picking it up tomorrow morning. I went and looked at a green on grey 318ti and gave it a test drive. Runs nice and smooth, decent power for a little 4 banger with 94,000 miles, but maybe the manual helps a little with that. I almost bought one of these back in '99 but the deal fell through. Same color and everything. I'll try to get pics up in the next couple days.

I've wanted a BMW for years but have never been able to afford one (really have been looking at 330ci's and M3's) so this should make a good little stepping-stone Beamer until I finally get my wife's overpriced Dually paid for.
Then it's time for an M (my wife says M stands for Maybe)

Anyway, glad I found this forum. Hope I can add to the fun from time to time.

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lol Welcome to the site Chris!
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