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Old 01-27-2006, 10:25 AM   #1
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Old 01-27-2006, 10:31 AM   #2
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Repost from last year.
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Jesus Christ, thats way to much. For some reason, a chino *asian* keyed my hood and both sides of the car. I never wanted to post the pic of it on here. Its still keyed, ive been driving this way over a year now. Im gonna get it repainted soon. For some reason he didnt like me, and we used to talk before, so he must of been on drugs when he did this, and he does do drugs. Anyway, he cant even spell, he wrote CHENO instead of CHINO. Anyway, i found him, and i beat the living crap out of him. Im still not threw with this guy. I mean for what he did to my car, i still need to put this guy in a comma.

the good thing is at night u cant even tell. haha
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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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Im still not threw with this guy.

I'd be careful about making fun of other people's spelling abilities if I were you.
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Old 01-27-2006, 12:36 PM   #5
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I'd be careful about making fun of other people's spelling abilities if I were you.
LOL, its through, haha, but i mean common, he spells cheno?? he cant even spell his own race.

About repainting my car, i want to get same color, but i was looking at some M3's and the techno violet looks nice, thing itll look nice on a ti?? I mean the paint my car has now looks blue and it looks purple. so i already have the purple in the color.
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I've painted several cars, changing colors on all of them. It's hard work to change colors and get it to look right. The only success I had was with a dark grey 7 series that I painted silver. Taping the doors and hood/trunk insides left clean lines where the color transition was looked good. You couldn't do that with 2 very different colors. I'd stick with the same color unless you want to tear the whole car down and do it right (big $)
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I've painted several cars, changing colors on all of them. It's hard work to change colors and get it to look right. The only success I had was with a dark grey 7 series that I painted silver. Taping the doors and hood/trunk insides left clean lines where the color transition was looked good. You couldn't do that with 2 very different colors. I'd stick with the same color unless you want to tear the whole car down and do it right (big $)
Im gonna get it painted for like 500 dollars, the whole car, same color bmw paint. I trully love the color of this car. I want EXACT color, if they get me a diff blue, i aint paying sh*t.
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LOL, its through, haha, but i mean common, he spells cheno?? he cant even spell his own race.

About repainting my car, i want to get same color, but i was looking at some M3's and the techno violet looks nice, thing itll look nice on a ti?? I mean the paint my car has now looks blue and it looks purple. so i already have the purple in the color.
mmmmmmmmmmm techno violet Ti sport. My dream Ti color. so jealous of our Ti comrades across the pond.


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yep, theyre nice arent they! rare as rocking horse $hit too!
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rare as rocking horse $hit too!

Bwah-hah-hah-hah!!!!

Oh, I'm DEFINATELY using that one.....
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isn't H3's techno violet too?
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Im gonna get it painted for like 500 dollars, the whole car, same color bmw paint. I trully love the color of this car. I want EXACT color, if they get me a diff blue, i aint paying sh*t.

$500 is nothing to pay for paint. Please tell me you're not using maaco or one of the equivalents. Your factory paint with defects will look better than a new maaco job.
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sounds like a garage, dust sheet with a few aerosols....
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I just bought a 1998 Techno Violett M3 Convert. I will try and add some new pics to my gallery. This is a very rare color and takes some getting used to. The car was too awesome not to purchase.
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no no no the best purple ever is my cordobarot metallic, even rarer then your techno! HAHA!



techno is hot though lol


I really cant get enough of posting that picture it is just so pretty =)
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