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One for Matt

For sale on another forum I frequent - apparently immaculate and totally cherished - http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201404123285264
Big Blue

That is THE best colour.
Tim

I think it's a bit tame inside for Matt.  
Racing Teatray

Hideous steering wheel.
Mark

I don't like that because Japan red is too bright IMO - it would be much nicer in Imola red which is a gorgeous colour of that era.
PG

Racing Teatray wrote:
Hideous steering wheel.


Absolutely. And hideous gearknob too. But I'm sure they could be changed?

It does look very well cared for.
PR

The E92 wheels don't look right on that.
Big Blue

PG wrote:
Racing Teatray wrote:
Hideous steering wheel.


Absolutely. And hideous gearknob too. But I'm sure they could be changed?

It does look very well cared for.


Piss off both of you.

Tim

My brother in law has recently sold his pre-facelift E46 coupe that was the same colour.
His had beige leather with piano black wood trim though. I much prefer the one linked above, even with the old man spec wood  
Martin

Tim wrote:
My brother in law has recently sold his pre-facelift E46 coupe that was the same colour.
His had beige leather with piano black wood trim though. I much prefer the one linked above, even with the old man spec wood  


Why?!  Is it missing from your collection?  
Tim

Martin wrote:
Tim wrote:
My brother in law has recently sold his pre-facelift E46 coupe that was the same colour.
His had beige leather with piano black wood trim though. I much prefer the one linked above, even with the old man spec wood  


Why?!  Is it missing from your collection?  


Oi  

I get enough of that from the muppets at my work  
Whenever a ropey old BMW hoves into view some wag always asks if I'm going to buy it
Frank Bullitt

PR wrote:
The E92 wheels don't look right on that.


+1 - it is nice enough but the wheels look awful.  The wood on the other hand, doesn't upset me even if it's not really as it ought to be.

However, all said and done it looks way too straight to be in Tim's collection.
Martin

Tim wrote:
Whenever a ropey old BMW hoves into view some wag always asks if I'm going to buy it


It's a fair question, you do have form!  
Tim

Martin wrote:
Tim wrote:
Whenever a ropey old BMW hoves into view some wag always asks if I'm going to buy it


It's a fair question, you do have form!  


Guilty  

All BMWs that I have ever bought have come from the same garage, just 6 or 7 years apart.

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