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  • einesellesenie
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    Originally posted by turbotraker
    The only problem with any expensive and good looking car here in the UK is:

    ...

    :doesn't take long for some tracky wearing scally bastard to knock on your door and threaten you for the keys

    ...

    :There is always one t**t who introduces his keys to the side of your new car.
    Wow! That doesn't sound like UK at all: you sure you don't live in a 3rd world country?

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  • einesellesenie
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    Originally posted by Bok269
    ...I'll spare you the details...
    Please, don't.

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  • turbotraker
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    Originally posted by DeskFlyer
    Uh-oh. Tin-foil hats everyone
    BMW are still holiding on to the glorious inline six (at least for now).
    Hope this *never* changes.
    Desky.
    The only problem with any expensive and good looking car here in the UK is:

    :Fuel costs are not coming down in a hurry

    :Road Tax is climbing higher and higher every year

    :doesn't take long for some tracky wearing scally bastard to knock on your door and threaten you for the keys

    :Insurance companies keep thier distance from you

    :There is always one t**t who introduces his keys to the side of your new car.

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  • Bok269
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    Originally posted by einesellesenie
    Or owned by one

    I heard the M5 is plagued by electrical gremlins too...
    My dad had a current-gen 525i. I'll spare you the details, but I'll tell you that the Lemon replacement went back after two weeks.

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  • DeskFlyer
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    Originally posted by einesellesenie
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by DeskFlyer
    ... Anyone willing to donate me AUD1??...

    What?
    Uh-oh. Tin-foil hats everyone

    Originally posted by turbotraker
    A 3.2 V6 sounds alright.
    BMW are still holiding on to the glorious inline six (at least for now).
    Hope this *never* changes.



    Desky.

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  • einesellesenie
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    Originally posted by DeskFlyer
    3 years and counting now on mine without a single issue.
    Good to know: it looks like it is the last German engineering marvel left standing...

    Originally posted by DeskFlyer
    ... Anyone willing to donate me AUD1??...
    What?

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  • turbotraker
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    Originally posted by einesellesenie
    Make an effort: just think about that V10...
    I think I will have to wait for the depreciation to kick in a little on the M5. But the M3 is a maybe. A 3.2 V6 sounds alright.

    At this moment in time its still a dream!!

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  • DeskFlyer
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    Originally posted by einesellesenie
    Really? What about BMWs?
    3 years and counting now on mine without a single issue.

    I'd agree about the M3 too, that's my money-no-object ultimate (& everyday) car.
    Anyone willing to donate me AUD150k??
    Back in the real world though, I'll just salivate until May when I can trade my existing in for a 135i

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  • einesellesenie
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    Originally posted by turbotraker
    Not heard of any problems with M5. M5 is way way out of my league...
    Make an effort: just think about that V10...

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  • turbotraker
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    Originally posted by einesellesenie
    Or owned by one

    I heard the M5 is plagued by electrical gremlins too...
    Not heard of any problems with M5. M5 is way way out of my league. Your looking at a brand new one for over 60,000, used are approx 40,000-50,000.

    Whereas a M3 is (used) approx 25-30,000. Might be able to push myself to that.

    WILL edit the above if I win the 95 million EuroMillions Lottery!!
    Last edited by turbotraker; 2008-02-07, 21:04.

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  • einesellesenie
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    Originally posted by turbotraker
    I shall let you know after I have owned one. The M3 looks very appealing.
    Or owned by one

    I heard the M5 is plagued by electrical gremlins too...

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  • turbotraker
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    Originally posted by einesellesenie
    Really? What about BMWs?
    I shall let you know after I have owned one. The M3 looks very appealing.

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  • einesellesenie
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    Originally posted by turbotraker
    Lol, nope. something a touch better. A Mercedes, looks good but lacks in build quality.
    Really? What about BMWs?

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  • turbotraker
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    Originally posted by einesellesenie
    Trabant?
    Lol, nope. something a touch better. A Mercedes, looks good but lacks in build quality.

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  • einesellesenie
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    Originally posted by turbotraker
    ...replaced it with another German car which is marginally better.
    Trabant?

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