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      10-25-2009, 05:51 PM   #23
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Nice car :-)

Think I might have looked at this one - from Doncaster?
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Nice car :-)

Think I might have looked at this one - from Doncaster?
Did he slap an offer in before you could blink.
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      10-25-2009, 06:08 PM   #25
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Nice car Paul. Bit quicker than the 320D
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      10-25-2009, 07:03 PM   #26
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Nice. Steering wheel is on the wrong side, but looks great otherwise!!!
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      10-26-2009, 05:56 AM   #27
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God knows why the SE suspension isnt softer than my old 330d Msport..
335i/d SE have the M-Sport suspension and seats as standard - the only real differences between the SE and M-Sport are the bodykit, the headlining and the sill plates I think.
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And its got more stealth.
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Great looking car there. It's identical to my old 335i (I had red leather though). Ignore the chrome jibes, I think, on a black car, especially with those alloys, it compliments the whole look. Lightens up the look of the car instead of being too dark but looks classy.

I'm sure you'll love it.
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335i/d SE have the M-Sport suspension and seats as standard - the only real differences between the SE and M-Sport are the bodykit, the headlining and the sill plates I think.
And steering wheel - that is the only part of the M-kit I am considering fitting - the rest is purely cosmetic.

The Chrome on the 335i/d is actually satin chrome, the other SE models have good old fashioned shiney chrome.

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      10-26-2009, 02:35 PM   #31
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And steering wheel - that is the only part of the M-kit I am considering fitting - the rest is purely cosmetic.

The Chrome on the 335i/d is actually satin chrome, the other SE models have good old fashioned shiney chrome.

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Ah, thank you, Satin is officially the dogs then!

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Great looking car there. It's identical to my old 335i (I had red leather though). Ignore the chrome jibes, I think, on a black car, especially with those alloys, it compliments the whole look. Lightens up the look of the car instead of being too dark but looks classy.

I'm sure you'll love it.
Getting there, been lincolnshire today, some nice roads

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And its got more stealth.
Reventon style

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335i/d SE have the M-Sport suspension and seats as standard - the only real differences between the SE and M-Sport are the bodykit, the headlining and the sill plates I think.
Sorry sean, I knew that, ironic failed piss take on my part of those who get confused by these things!

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Nice car :-)

Think I might have looked at this one - from Doncaster?
Yes, good spot

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Nope, it was a long courtship before the deal££ was right
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      10-26-2009, 03:41 PM   #32
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Very nice Paul. Congrats
Cheers Paul. Must admit I'd prefer your mega spec 645, but a V8 a little too juicy for me!
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Cheers Paul. Must admit I'd prefer your mega spec 645, but a V8 a little too juicy for me!
Don't know what you're on about - I had a 30mpg run on the motorway recently.

Shame it only did 11 through the city


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