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      03-31-2008, 09:06 PM   #23
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Do you automatically get front bumper reflector delete and rear bumper diffuser with the ///M package or the parking sensors? Or is that just the European version?
European/Australian versions don't have the front reflectors.

The exterior M kit consists of front bar, rear bar (with diffuser), side skirts, gloss black window surrounds, suspension and wheels.

The interior M kit consists of anthracite roof lining, M Sport steering wheel, short M Sport shifter, M Sport handbrake handle, M sill covers, and Glacier Silver Aluminium trim (has a hint of blue in it - very nice match with white).

I think that's all...

I will be posting more pics once I have the rear spoiler fitted (hopefully this weekend).
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      03-31-2008, 09:15 PM   #24
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European/Australian versions don't have the front reflectors.

The exterior M kit consists of front bar, rear bar (with diffuser), side skirts, gloss black window surrounds, suspension and wheels.

The interior M kit consists of anthracite roof lining, M Sport steering wheel, short M Sport shifter, M Sport handbrake handle, M sill covers, and Glacier Silver Aluminium trim (has a hint of blue in it - very nice match with white).

I think that's all...

I will be posting more pics once I have the rear spoiler fitted (hopefully this weekend).
Im officially jealous,

is there anyway we can order the German spec car with MPH speedo so we can get everything on the Euro cars. Im in the market to get one?

Thanks for the reply OZ
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      04-01-2008, 03:35 AM   #25
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very nice indeed!! great stuff..

thought the wheels look like the old E36 M3 Evo 10 Spokes (except the spokes are a bit thinner)
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      04-01-2008, 09:49 AM   #26
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Iíll be waiting anxiously the pics of this nice car
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      04-01-2008, 08:39 PM   #27
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Got my spoiler back from the painters today - if all goes to plan, I'll be putting it on tonight. Pickies tomorrow.
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      04-01-2008, 08:40 PM   #28
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sweet cant wait to see the finished product.. What other mods do you have planned??
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      04-01-2008, 09:10 PM   #29
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European/Australian versions don't have the front reflectors.

The exterior M kit consists of front bar, rear bar (with diffuser), side skirts, gloss black window surrounds, suspension and wheels.

The interior M kit consists of anthracite roof lining, M Sport steering wheel, short M Sport shifter, M Sport handbrake handle, M sill covers, and Glacier Silver Aluminium trim (has a hint of blue in it - very nice match with white).

I think that's all...

I will be posting more pics once I have the rear spoiler fitted (hopefully this weekend).
you're forgetting one of the most important interior M components which was what the M-kit a must have for me... the SPORT SEATS!!! i just love the inflatable bolsters!!
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      04-01-2008, 09:53 PM   #30
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Inflatable bolsters?? We are so getting ripped in the states, we only have rear parking sensors too!!
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      04-01-2008, 10:20 PM   #31
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you're forgetting one of the most important interior M components which was what the M-kit a must have for me... the SPORT SEATS!!! i just love the inflatable bolsters!!
Got to agree with you there..... The sports seets with inflatable bolsters are fantastic.
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      04-02-2008, 12:13 AM   #32
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Inflatable bolsters?? We are so getting ripped in the states, we only have rear parking sensors too!!
Yeah soooooo ripped off. Given you pay say $55K US for a 335 and we pay $110K AUD I think you;ll agree were the ones being screwed.
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      04-02-2008, 12:18 AM   #33
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Yeah soooooo ripped off. Given you pay say $55K US for a 335 and we pay $110K AUD I think you;ll agree were the ones being screwed.
Well said !!!!

Also don't forget home loan interest rates in the US is something in the order of less than 3% I heard. Talk about gettting screwed in The good land of OZ!
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      04-02-2008, 01:43 AM   #34
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Wow, few hours to see more pics of this nice car.
I hope a nice report, thanks!!!!

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      04-02-2008, 07:09 AM   #35
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sweet cant wait to see the finished product.. What other mods do you have planned??
I plan to eventually lower the car (coil overs - haven't decided what brand yet), new wheels, chip - prefer flash over piggy back - will wait and see what comes up... and maybe a LSD - depends on how much of a problem traction becomes after the flash/piggy back.

I didn't want to try to install my spoiler in poor light so I will wait till tomorrow. In the meantime, some more pictures:











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      04-02-2008, 12:30 PM   #36
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Yeah soooooo ripped off. Given you pay say $55K US for a 335 and we pay $110K AUD I think you;ll agree were the ones being screwed.
I don't know what the rate is, but I thought the dollar was twice as much as in $110,000 AUD was the same as $55,000 US?

And interest rates aren't that low. My credit score is 757 and I was only able to get 6.75% 30 years fixed.
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I don't know what the rate is, but I thought the dollar was twice as much as in $110,000 AUD was the same as $55,000 US?

And interest rates aren't that low. My credit score is 757 and I was only able to get 6.75% 30 years fixed.
You Americans really don't think there is much of a world outside of the US do you? Did you not see that our esteemed Prime Minister met with yours and Hilary Clinton this week..... he's da man

$1 AUD = $0.91 USD at todays rates so based on that you would be paying say $60K in Aussie dollars for a $55K US car.

Interest rates in the US are a joke and partly the reason that the Aussie dollar is doing so well. I was listening on the radio the other day where they were saying in the US a mortgage rate of about 3%. In Aus it's closer to 10%.

To fire another nail into the coffin I believe that in the US you can use the interest paid on your home mortgage as a tax deduction... no such luck in this part of the world
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^^ The finance reports tonight don't predict a happy future for America either
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When we are done screwing up America, we will move to Australia. "You Americans" LOL.. I didn't ask to be born here. Although I love my country. I also like Australia.

$1 AUD = $0.91 USD at todays rates so based on that you would be paying say $60K in Aussie dollars for a $55K US car.

I looked it up right after I posted, I just forgot to go back and edit. You guys can get a GTR for what your paying for a 3 series...LOL

Ive never heard a mortgage loan at 3% either, although 4.75% has come up, but those are ARM's Adjustable rate mortgages. 2,3,4 years at 4.75% then the other 26,27,and 28 years at 8-11% if you don't refinance.
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When we are done screwing up America, we will move to Australia....
No thanks, I am quite enjoying buying very cheap car parts lately
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Congrats on the car it looks great! AW really shows of the cars great lines and shape to full advantage.

Good to see you got your car at Worthington's they were great when we picked up our AW E91 323i nearly 18 months ago. My wife also liked the 5 minute party and gifts they provided.

We needed the extra space for the family and did not want the end of model X5 being offered at the time whilst the 5 series Touring was more than we were prepared to spend.

We live on Lake Macquarie so may bump into you one day.
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Just noticed that you have seat warmers on your car

Something I should have optioned up on mine come to think of fit !
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