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      12-22-2006, 11:57 AM   #23
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Weird ... I only thaught the 335i had an oil temp meter?
The 335d I took for a spin didn't have it ...

Anyways nice car!
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      12-23-2006, 07:57 AM   #24
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Very smart motor Z4. The grey and blue works very nicely. You've done about the same miles as me! Just about to go and put a few more on now.

Washed mine for the first time yesterday, but it got filthy again within minutes on these horrible winter roads.
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I gave mine a quick wash this morning but as you say the roads are terrible and no doubt when I go out later on it will get dirty just as quick. I think with the brakes being new, a lot of dirt and dust seems to hit the alloys quite easily, although I'm sure you agree the alloys are quick and easy to clean

Snap a few more pics of yours when your back out in it - the red leather gives a really warm look to the interior and goes great with the alu trim
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Snap a few more pics of yours when your back out in it - the red leather gives a really warm look to the interior and goes great with the alu trim
More pics posted on my original thread
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      12-24-2006, 03:38 PM   #27
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nice color

congrats - enjoy
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      12-24-2006, 06:24 PM   #28
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Weird ... I only thaught the 335i had an oil temp meter?
The 335d I took for a spin didn't have it ...
Yes, unfortunately the 335d has the stupid mpg-o-meter, and no temperature gauge or any way to tell when the engine has warmed up, apart from waiting for hot air to come out of the heater vents.

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Anyways nice car!
Yes, looks very nice in blue - and no iDrive, good choice ;-)
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Yes, unfortunately the 335d has the stupid mpg-o-meter, and no temperature gauge or any way to tell when the engine has warmed up, apart from waiting for hot air to come out of the heater vents.
At first I thought the temperature gauge wasn't actually working... it seems to take ages for the engine to get up to normal operating temperature.
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