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Old 7th December 2009, 14:15   #1
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Old 7th December 2009, 14:21   #2
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ok ok-- not bad. clever--
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Old 7th December 2009, 19:09   #3
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Great Idea only a real M5 Enthusiast would know what it is

Are there any S85 trunk badge
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Old 7th December 2009, 19:13   #4
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that's cool. and yes, only we'd know what it's all about.
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Looks awesome, but feels audi-ish. Love the colors!
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Clever idea but find another S, and Audi badge is an insult to your mighty M5!
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White paper.... more like toilet paper.
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Old 8th December 2009, 01:06   #7
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Really like the idea,would recommend the s-letter from mercedes S-class,though
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I find this to be in terrible poor taste to fellow enthusiasts. Imagine this:



Hey man, guess what I saw today!

What?

A BMW S62!

A what?

A BMW S62! It had the badge on the trunk!

Whaaaat? No such thing. Describe it!

It looked a lot like yours, actually.

Hmm, an M5 CLONE!?! Those BASTARDS again! Did it have round mirrors?

What? I didn't look at that

Did it have 4 muffler tips?

Errrr I think so

*brain explodes from S62 badge"


Joking aside, pretty clever indeed! Although I think it's more sacrilege from the Audi side than BMW's, hehe.
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I find this to be in terrible poor taste to fellow enthusiasts. Imagine this:



Hey man, guess what I saw today!

What?

A BMW S62!

A what?

A BMW S62! It had the badge on the trunk!

Whaaaat? No such thing. Describe it!

It looked a lot like yours, actually.

Hmm, an M5 CLONE!?! Those BASTARDS again! Did it have round mirrors?

What? I didn't look at that

Did it have 4 muffler tips?

Errrr I think so

*brain explodes from S62 badge"


Joking aside, pretty clever indeed! Although I think it's more sacrilege from the Audi side than BMW's, hehe.


So can anyone tell me now what the heck S62 stands for?
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Old 8th December 2009, 01:27   #10
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So can anyone tell me now what the heck S62 stands for?
It's the name of our engines. Although I call mine Beelzebub.

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