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      11-14-2005, 09:14 PM   #133
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      12-11-2005, 07:06 PM   #136
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Here's my new 330i with grey leather and burled walnut. Didn't think I'd ever get a silver, but when I saw this one I knew it was mine!

775 miles and oh so sweet! Love the grey interior.

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      12-11-2005, 07:26 PM   #137
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Nice car!
what wheels are those ?
Where can I get them ?

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      12-11-2005, 08:17 PM   #138
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Nice car!
what wheels are those ?
Where can I get them ?

Thanks
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=8240
Above is my full thread on them with more pics.

They are 19" M-5 replicas
www.dtmautowerkes.com
You will have to call. he has not listed them on the site yet.
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Above is my full thread on them with more pics.

They are 19" M-5 replicas
www.dtmautowerkes.com
You will have to call. he has not listed them on the site yet.
THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks man ! I am thinking about them wheels all day.
So with the tires , they are about $2,000 ?
I don't have that kind of money.
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Thanks man ! I am thinking about them wheels all day.
So with the tires , they are about $2,000 ?
I don't have that kind of money.
he sells them in 18" also.
Check the link out........ less expensive
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/18-BM...QQcmdZViewItem
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      12-12-2005, 12:36 AM   #142
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Really nice! I just ordered a new 330i with the same color combination after changing my mind about a dozen times. I didn't think I wanted a gray interior but I think it looks great now. I went back and forth with Titanium Silver vs. Sparkling Graphite but decided the silver shows off the lines of the car better. Your photos just reconfirmed my decision. What are you using for floor mats? I'm thinking for rubberr mats that black would be better than gray. I'm geting ready to sell my 2001 330i which has a biege interior and the biege regular mats have really suffered.
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Really nice! I just ordered a new 330i with the same color combination after changing my mind about a dozen times. I didn't think I wanted a gray interior but I think it looks great now. I went back and forth with Titanium Silver vs. Sparkling Graphite but decided the silver shows off the lines of the car better. Your photos just reconfirmed my decision. What are you using for floor mats? I'm thinking for rubberr mats that black would be better than gray. I'm geting ready to sell my 2001 330i which has a biege interior and the biege regular mats have really suffered.
I really struggled with color too. I was leaning towards either Barrique or Mystic. Both were very pleasing to my eye, but I was afraid to drop 40K on a color that might not stand the test of time. I punted on SG because it has a funky lavender metal flake that shows in the sun - not pretty. Then there was silver and after I applied the Ben Franklin test it was a no brainer. Best resale, easy to care for, shows body's lines best, doesn't get hot in sun, and just plain beautiful! Only negative is number of silver cars on the road - but hey, there's a reason for that. I almost went with black interior but after finding this one I just thought it was very classy looking and had some good contrast versus the wood trim and dash. I too came from a beige interior and you'll like the grey - a nice change up.

The mats are the BMW grey all weathers (rubber). I highly recommend them - effective and nice looking. Don't get black - too many colors going on that way. These are dark enough to not show much dirt. Get your dealer to throw them in. They probably only cost him $50! About 75 msrp.

What other options for you? Good luck!

PM me your email address if you want me to send you photos of a 330 sport with black interior.
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I really struggled with color too. I was leaning towards either Barrique or Mystic. Both were very pleasing to my eye, but I was afraid to drop 40K on a color that might not stand the test of time. I punted on SG because it has a funky lavender metal flake that shows in the sun - not pretty. Then there was silver and after I applied the Ben Franklin test it was a no brainer. Best resale, easy to care for, shows body's lines best, doesn't get hot in sun, and just plain beautiful! Only negative is number of silver cars on the road - but hey, there's a reason for that. I almost went with black interior but after finding this one I just thought it was very classy looking and had some good contrast versus the wood trim and dash. I too came from a beige interior and you'll like the grey - a nice change up.

The mats are the BMW grey all weathers (rubber). I highly recommend them - effective and nice looking. Don't get black - too many colors going on that way. These are dark enough to not show much dirt. Get your dealer to throw them in. They probably only cost him $50! About 75 msrp.

What other options for you? Good luck!

PM me your email address if you want me to send you photos of a 330 sport with black interior.
Thanks for the advice on the gray rubber mats. The cameleon effect of SG and Arctic Metallic just didn't do it for me - I liked the color sometimes and others times I hated it. The salesman said the paint process is different for those colors; something about three different paints in layers. The real negative is if you need some touch up paint - it's supposedly impossible to get a good match.

Anyway, the gloss on your silver paint looks really nice - what are you using on the finish? I just bought a Zaino kit to try. I've noticed looking at photos online that some TiAg cars definitely look glossier than others.
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Thanks for the advice on the gray rubber mats. The cameleon effect of SG and Arctic Metallic just didn't do it for me - I liked the color sometimes and others times I hated it. The salesman said the paint process is different for those colors; something about three different paints in layers. The real negative is if you need some touch up paint - it's supposedly impossible to get a good match.

Anyway, the gloss on your silver paint looks really nice - what are you using on the finish? I just bought a Zaino kit to try. I've noticed looking at photos online that some TiAg cars definitely look glossier than others.
I am not a "detailer" like some of these guys, but I did my research and what I am using is the Mothers FX line of products. The Mothers FX Synwax is a synthetic liquid wax that goes on super easy and wipes off just as easy. You can wax the whole car in about 30 minutes, and the car looks fantastic. There's also a Mothers FX Tire spray (very good), and a Mothers FX Spray Wax that's good to use after each time you wash to keep your wax job topped off. Another thing I definately found to be a huge plus was to use microfiber cloths for washing, drying, applying wax and buffing. They just can't be beat and are great at cleaning anything - cheap too!

What options did you get with your car? I hope heated seats because they are without a doubt the best creture comfort this time of year (and I live in the south).
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Hi everyone... First day on the board and took delivery of my Titanium Silver 330 less than 24 hours ago. Here are a few pics that I took:









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Mava330,

That's a beautiful car: nice colour, nice wheels, nice engine & nice pictures! I drive a Titanium Silver e46. Choosing the right colour is always difficult. Titanium Silver is a 'safe' colour. Some people find it boring which is understandable. However, I like it very much an I think I will stick to Titanium Silver. Your pictures are quite convincing!
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Mava330,

That's a beautiful car: nice colour, nice wheels, nice engine & nice pictures! I drive a Titanium Silver e46. Choosing the right colour is always difficult. Titanium Silver is a 'safe' colour. Some people find it boring which is understandable. However, I like it very much an I think I will stick to Titanium Silver. Your pictures are quite convincing!

Thanks bearfoot! I saw the color and immediately fell in love with it. Then again I had a new Zambesi Silver Range Rover that was similiar. I always thought Silver was the signature color. Look at the tuners out there and chances are they showcase their cars with silver.

BTW I just tinted my windows today: 35% front and 15% rear. I'll post pictures in the next few days when we actually get sun again here in SoCal.
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