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post #1 of 56 Old 15th September 2010, 08:12 AM Thread Starter
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Hi everyone,

Finally, I can post pictures of my car after hanging around here for almost 2 years. Thank you members Dscam, E34guy, HD91 & Davidoli, who helped me with parts & advice.

Car is mostly stock with some cosmetic mods, currently has 44K miles, total cost spent at the dealership in order to bring her up to date is US$ 7K including top end OH, replaced all suspension parts, replaced all wear & tear parts, so now she drives like new.



















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Lovely car!!! Should have kept the turbines though....

I like your car collection!!!
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Very clean looking car you have there Sir. I must admit to preferring the standard turbine wheels and keeping the car original but everyone has their own tastes and so long as you enjoy your car that's the main thing.

Quite an impressive stable of Germany's finest tucked away in the garage too it seems

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Thanks guys, I still have not just turbines & but throwing stars & ACS Type II. IMO, old / classic BMW looks best in BBS mesh / Y spoke. If mine were black with no spoiler then I'd go with original wheels, but mine is white with spoiler so I decided to go with more aggressive wheels. Notice the shoulder stripes & blacked out mirrors, that is the current look of BMW Performance cars.
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impressive stable of German horsepower you've got there, liking the canary yellow 911, which model is it? 2.7l by any chance?

loving your M5, not a fan of the turbine wheels myself (Alpina 17's on my own white M5).

what size is the rubber on the front of your car? looks bigger than my 245's?
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more pics of the 190!

Current Stable:
-91 E34 M5 with Dinan Chip & Cam sprockets + more
-83 Jetta Coupe Project
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> liking the canary yellow 911, which model is it? 2.7l by any chance?
1988 Carrera 3.2 25th anniversary model (original color diamond blue) now in custom yellow pearl candy (with pink hue under certain angle) done by P0.






>what size is the rubber on the front of your car? looks bigger than my 245's?
FR 245/40/18 on BBS RC 18 x 8.5J ET13
RR 275/35/18 on BBS RC 18 x 10J ET25 tire's inner side wall rubs with rear arm
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