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      06-10-2005, 04:45 PM   #1
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Request! TiAG with 158s and 159s

I'd love to see more pics of the Titanium Silver with both the std 330i 159 wheels and the 158 wheels. Help!!!
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I'd love to see more pics of the Titanium Silver with both the std 330i 159 wheels and the 158 wheels. Help!!!
Take a look @ BMW Car, May '05 issue,pp.52-58, and you will see several photos of 330i with 158's.
They give the car a more aggressive look.
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