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      09-25-2011, 12:30 PM   #67
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Pat needs to change his signature to 'New Car a Month'. You should have seen him dancing for his parts money last night at the meet.
You know it i'm trying anything.
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nice find! an unmolested E46 M3 FTW
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nice find! an unmolested E46 M3 FTW
True! It's clean!
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      09-26-2011, 01:32 PM   #70
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      09-26-2011, 02:05 PM   #71
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Overall this car is extremely clean. Going to pretty much stay stock for the rest of the year outside of an intake and possibly axleback. I do want to lower it next year.
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      09-26-2011, 02:29 PM   #72
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It was owned by an older woman. She loved it but had hip surgery so she wasn't able to drive a manual anymore.
what they didn't tell Pat was that the "older" woman who previously owned the car drove it so hard that she had to have her hip replaced due to bangin on the gas pedal so much!!!
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      09-26-2011, 07:42 PM   #74
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what they didn't tell Pat was that the "older" woman who previously owned the car drove it so hard that she had to have her hip replaced due to bangin on the gas pedal so much!!!
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Overall this car is extremely clean. Going to pretty much stay stock for the rest of the year outside of an intake and possibly axleback. I do want to lower it next year.
Glad that you can keep it stock- In my personal opinion, you should enjoy the ///M as it is from the factory for a little while before modding.

The M GMBH is a separate division from BMW for a reason- take the time to appreciate the "art" that they put into the car.

FYI, if you need advice Pat on VA Homeloans, GI BILL, etc... just let me know.
I've been through every VA Benefit process since I got out of the Navy.
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Glad that you can keep it stock- In my personal opinion, you should enjoy the ///M as it is from the factory for a little while before modding.

The M GMBH is a separate division from BMW for a reason- take the time to appreciate the "art" that they put into the car.

FYI, if you need advice Pat on VA Homeloans, GI BILL, etc... just let me know.
I've been through every VA Benefit process since I got out of the Navy.
Yeah man I appreciate it. I def will need some help or advice on the VA Home Loan because that is definitely how I am planning on buying a house. Also, am I still eligible even though I got out of the military in 09 to go to the VA hospital and get checked up on?

Definitely am loving the car. The E90 M3 was great but this feels like more of a drivers car to me and that inline 6 is definitely an awesome motor!!! Love everything about it and I'm glad I got back into a MT.

How's your M doing?
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Glad that you can keep it stock- In my personal opinion, you should enjoy the ///M as it is from the factory for a little while before modding.

The M GMBH is a separate division from BMW for a reason- take the time to appreciate the "art" that they put into the car.

FYI, if you need advice Pat on VA Homeloans, GI BILL, etc... just let me know.
I've been through every VA Benefit process since I got out of the Navy.
well kind of off topic for you... but my sister has just started at the US coast guard academy and ive heard we get USAA and other benefits by being immediate family. could you possibly shed some light on this if possible...
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how much did you pay for the e46?
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Yeah man I appreciate it. I def will need some help or advice on the VA Home Loan because that is definitely how I am planning on buying a house. Also, am I still eligible even though I got out of the military in 09 to go to the VA hospital and get checked up on?

Definitely am loving the car. The E90 M3 was great but this feels like more of a drivers car to me and that inline 6 is definitely an awesome motor!!! Love everything about it and I'm glad I got back into a MT.

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VA loan is available to those who have been honorably discharge. The Veterans Administration loans the money to the Bank at a lower rate than traditional mortgage rates.
Regardless if you are medically discharged from the military, as long as you are discharged under honorable conditions, you qualify for the VA Home loan.

My M3 doing okay.. staying stock for over 2 years now.
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well kind of off topic for you... but my sister has just started at the US coast guard academy and ive heard we get USAA and other benefits by being immediate family. could you possibly shed some light on this if possible...
I think, but I am not sure, Immediate family pertains to her husband and children, and their children's children... and so forth.

USAA offers mainly auto insurance, VA loans for qualified Veterans, banking, and life insurance... so forth.. They are similar to Navy Federal but are not a credit union. Its a private company which selectively chooses its customers that have ties with the military.. not really a military benefit thing.
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how much did you pay for the e46?
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VA loan is available to those who have been honorably discharge. The Veterans Administration loans the money to the Bank at a lower rate than traditional mortgage rates.
Regardless if you are medically discharged from the military, as long as you are discharged under honorable conditions, you qualify for the VA Home loan.

My M3 doing okay.. staying stock for over 2 years now.
Awesome!! I still need to do some research if I am able to get a checkup by the VA.
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can u plz buy ur e90 335i back and then buy my procede
Lol remember my car was tuned on Cobb!!
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what happened to ur 335i anyway?
I sold it to a friend of a friend lol. That's how I manged to sell it in less then 12 hours.
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