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      04-02-2005, 01:50 PM   #1
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Ok, after this round of pix, this may be my new favorite color for the E90 ... damn...
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Damn, titanium silver is growing on me too.
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My Colour....That looks awesome! I want those 18" wheels too.
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My Colour....That looks awesome! I want those 18" wheels too.

A3ndy: go for the 18's! I'm sure in a few months time when you start to see people posting pics of the car with 18's and 19's you'll think 17's are tiny. Also, if you get 18's to begin with you'll really never notice if they're harsher than the 17's because you'll never have known what the car feels like with 17's.
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Nice... I am definitely lovin the E90 in Titanium Silver...

It's going to be my color for sure!!!
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      04-02-2005, 04:21 PM   #8
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A3ndy: go for the 18's! I'm sure in a few months time when you start to see people posting pics of the car with 18's and 19's you'll think 17's are tiny. Also, if you get 18's to begin with you'll really never notice if they're harsher than the 17's because you'll never have known what the car feels like with 17's.
Jwocky, You've twisted my arm...

Very true. I know that in time I will begin to regret not getting those 18s and will get them afterwards, so why bother messing around and just get them in the first place. Up until now, I was going for the 17s style 161....
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Wow, thanks for posting those pics. That's how my silver 330i will look when its delivered end of May, same wheels too! Can't wait!
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What about those ones
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Great pics doggydog! Titanium is lookin great.
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Cool pics! It's about time some official pictures have been released. So far it's been very biased with SG.

TiAg is looking well sweet. :rocks:
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Titanium Silver is extremely effective when Zaino'ed and has that wet look. My next BMW will be Titanium Silver in honor of the old one I lost.
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Mmmm zaino.. quadruple coat that stuff and use your car as a mirror

How'd you "lose" your old titanium silver? Sold, stolen?
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Mmmm zaino.. quadruple coat that stuff and use your car as a mirror

How'd you "lose" your old titanium silver? Sold, stolen?
Nope. Traded. Was with the wrong woman at the time.

That M3's been Zaino'ed, I don't know, around 10 times. In that picture, the car hadn't been washed for over a month and the thing still looks like it just came out of the shower. My next M3 will definitely be Zaino'ed right after coming home from the dealership.
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The last one for today...

Are those factory wheels!? Those are sweet wheels for OEM wheels. 18" I'm guessing?
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Nope. Traded. Was with the wrong woman at the time.

That M3's been Zaino'ed, I don't know, around 10 times. In that picture, the car hadn't been washed for over a month and the thing still looks like it just came out of the shower. My next M3 will definitely be Zaino'ed right after coming home from the dealership.

You holding out for the new M3? I'm not sure whether to just get the 330 now or save my pennies and wait for the M3 Problem is it's gonna be a while until it comes out and I dunno if I be able to holdout that long.

Your ex made you get rid of the M3??
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Are those factory wheels!? Those are sweet wheels for OEM wheels. 18" I'm guessing?
Wrong... 20" for those ones... there's almost no rubber
Those ones aren't OEM ones...
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You holding out for the new M3? I'm not sure whether to just get the 330 now or save my pennies and wait for the M3 Problem is it's gonna be a while until it comes out and I dunno if I be able to holdout that long.

Your ex made you get rid of the M3??
That's why I got rid of her, too.

I haven't been disappointed by BMW with their generation of M3s. They all evolve exponentially as opposed to a predictable change between succeeding models. To me, it's worth the wait. Sure, the 330i may be a good car when it comes out, but park it next to an e90 M3 and the heirarchy will surface in an instant.

Besides, I've got plans for it. For one, I'm taking it to a cross-country drive (from west coast to east coast and back again) while it's still under warranty. I'm not afraid to put miles on that car. It's one of the things on my list of things to do before I die. The other is to take it to the track and learn as much from driving it as I can, pushing the envelope as it allows.

Careless? Maybe. But one of these days, I could be sitting on the front porch of my house, old and weary, maybe worse. When that time does come, I want to be able to remember the things I've done taking advantage of opportunity, as opposed to wishing what could've been.
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That's why I got rid of her, too.

I haven't been disappointed by BMW with their generation of M3s. They all evolve exponentially as opposed to a predictable change between succeeding models. To me, it's worth the wait. Sure, the 330i may be a good car when it comes out, but park it next to an e90 M3 and the heirarchy will surface in an instant.

Besides, I've got plans for it. For one, I'm taking it to a cross-country drive (from west coast to east coast and back again) while it's still under warranty. I'm not afraid to put miles on that car. It's one of the things on my list of things to do before I die. The other is to take it to the track and learn as much from driving it as I can, pushing the envelope as it allows.

Careless? Maybe. But one of these days, I could be sitting on the front porch of my house, old and weary, maybe worse. When that time does come, I want to be able to remember the things I've done taking advantage of opportunity, as opposed to wishing what could've been.
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Phoenix: i'm with you, people baby their bimmers too much.. these things are meant to be driven. why buy an expensive car just to look when you can drive it and drive it and drive it.

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