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Old 13th January 2010, 03:04   #41
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Picking up my daughter at Camp, in Roaring Gap, North Carolina.

Never realized how good it looks in white, nice.
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Old 13th January 2010, 07:00   #42
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This thread is based on a very nice idea - so here are my pics:

together with my GreenBeast on an BMW meeting in Austria (of course I wear the "DSC OFF" shirt):






Together with the "Twin"-GreenBeast his owner and owners girl-friend:




and my girl friend with the GreenBeast:





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Old 13th January 2010, 07:10   #43
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That is alot of Ms! BIMMMMMR 5 to be exact
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Old 14th January 2010, 03:55   #44
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That looks great Timmay! - apart from the angel eyes, your car looks modified but I cant put my finger on it....is it lowered?

Is she CB or boston green? The light does funny things to pictures.

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Old 14th January 2010, 14:07   #46
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That looks great Timmay! - apart from the angel eyes, your car looks modified but I cant put my finger on it....is it lowered?
Rear wheels on the front filling the arches better?
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Old 14th January 2010, 17:27   #47
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Rear wheels on the front filling the arches better?
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Is this guy gonna steal the beast with the screwdriver? Everyone have their cars so clean so here's the dirty one and the suspicious owner Also one winter picture. M5 is a great winter car.
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Is this guy gonna steal the beast with the screwdriver? Everyone have their cars so clean so here's the dirty one and the suspicious owner
I would suggest he try the right rear door handle, as the locking button it UP.
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That looks great Timmay! - apart from the angel eyes, your car looks modified but I cant put my finger on it....is it lowered?

Is she CB or boston green? The light does funny things to pictures.

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Rear wheels on the front filling the arches better?
My car is Jet Black. It is lowered on B&G Springs, with a set of rear wheels on the front.

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