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Old 27th November 2006, 23:37   #211
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Meanwhile , a little pic of my old HK import SL500......
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Old 27th November 2006, 23:38   #212
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Cruisin..... So that's why you know so much about halogen lights!

EDIT: Now that I saw the Merc I'm sure! Did it come with or without the usual chatting accesoiries?

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It definitely wasn't that.....I can't even be sure that it is a BMW colour...

Is there something like CRUZE GELB ??
Golf and Korona are the only two yellow e21 colors I know of.....

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Old 27th November 2006, 23:43   #213
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the usual chatting accesoiries?
Such as ??
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Old 28th November 2006, 00:09   #214
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Like the car David..Always loved that model

Although I like the last evolution of th W129 best, with the new rear lights and different side ducts..And reversed model designation!

Did yours come with 104 engine or 119?

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Golf and Korona are the only two yellow e21 colors I know of.....
Condorgelb
003 / 100

exists aswell, but thats definately not on that car in the pic.

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Old 28th November 2006, 00:31   #216
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Like the car David..Always loved that model

Although I like the last evolution of th W129 best, with the new rear lights and different side ducts..And reversed model designation!

Did yours come with 104 engine or 119?
I seem to remember it was the 119.....check photo to confirm.....she had straight through powerflow twin exhausts , sounded lovely and went rather well....I manged to see 265kmh on the clock on one of our local dual carriageways whilst accommodating a businessman in his S600.....

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The view from my back garden this morning........and I think to myself , What a wonderful world !
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Old 28th November 2006, 13:54   #219
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Nice pic Dave.
I thought so.....I had to put the bins out this morning and was greeted by that view which illustrates the fact that there is some good to be found in everything , even trash !
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Scary - I got woken up early today by the neighbour at about 8:00am. Nice blue sky.
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