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      05-28-2007, 06:38 AM   #8
walbjj
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yeah, i dont have $300,000 burning a hole in my pocket, nor can i stomach the $10k clutches and service costs.

however, i am able to live with teh servicing and maintenance of a bmw. and as far as exclusivity is concerned. a 325ci is fairly run of the mill, but a m3 csl is a little bit scarcer, just a tad. then again, i could always just drive a commodore, and mingle with the sheep, or a camry and become an accountant.