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      12-12-2011, 08:02 PM   #23
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^ So true, being young as well It can be hard to go for the 4k wheels and so on... But, put as much in as you want to get out, don’t skimp on things because it’s cheap.

Other than that welcome! Nice to see another Arctic! Check out my pics for mod suggestions!
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      12-12-2011, 08:03 PM   #24
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What mods did you do so far ?
MTEC Angel Eyes, BMW Performance Exhaust, EuroTek P40 Wheels, and I bought matte black kidney grilles and it's shipping
And I helped payed for some of it, if that helps haha
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woww your car must look sick.. I ll definitely get the Performance Exhaust that my favorit mod
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      12-12-2011, 08:06 PM   #25
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Congrats

I know your going to mod the car...from experience, dont go cheap. Save and get what you really want because if you settle for 2nd best...you'll end up spending more because youre not satisfied


Go big or go home
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      12-12-2011, 08:15 PM   #26
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Congrats OP!


Im 16 and payed 14.5k of my own money for my car (it was 30.4k, i was supposed to pay half but my grandfather pitched in the extra thousand or so). Other family members got used cars for free. I decided i wanted to work and have a nice car, so i worked 4 jobs (3 part-time, 1 full-time during summer. These included Publix, Lawn service, assistant for a stock broker, and cleaning warehouses for my dads business) and still managed to get A's an B's in AP/honors.

I hear people say they "paid for half their car" when in reality they saved up maybe 2k or less. Makes me sick when i had to work so hard to legitimately pay for half of it.

As others have said, dont skimp out on "saving" money on mods. Get what makes your heart thump Glad to see another young guy working for their car. Try to do the maintenance yourself (well, everything that doesnt require lots of skill/machines/expensive tools). I know i have been trying to, and it makes you more confident with your vehicle. I know i was, especially with a relatively "fragile" car like the 335i.

Anywho, my post is WAAYYY too long and im sorry,

IN SHORT: Congrats!
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      12-12-2011, 09:37 PM   #27
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Congrats OP!


Im 16 and payed 14.5k of my own money for my car (it was 30.4k, i was supposed to pay half but my grandfather pitched in the extra thousand or so). Other family members got used cars for free. I decided i wanted to work and have a nice car, so i worked 4 jobs (3 part-time, 1 full-time during summer. These included Publix, Lawn service, assistant for a stock broker, and cleaning warehouses for my dads business) and still managed to get A's an B's in AP/honors.

I hear people say they "paid for half their car" when in reality they saved up maybe 2k or less. Makes me sick when i had to work so hard to legitimately pay for half of it.

As others have said, dont skimp out on "saving" money on mods. Get what makes your heart thump Glad to see another young guy working for their car. Try to do the maintenance yourself (well, everything that doesnt require lots of skill/machines/expensive tools). I know i have been trying to, and it makes you more confident with your vehicle. I know i was, especially with a relatively "fragile" car like the 335i.

Anywho, my post is WAAYYY too long and im sorry,

IN SHORT: Congrats!
Thumbs upp mann.. Sounds like your really wanted that car ehh !?
Good job and thanks
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      12-12-2011, 11:06 PM   #28
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just dont crash it!

appreciate this awesome ride! Be glad you got such a head start in the automotive world haha.
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