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Old 21st June 2004, 04:32   #11
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Anyone notice on page 4 the interior? E39 interior, yet withe SMG II....
this pic is the e46 m3.. u could see the window switches beside the gearbox,, the e39 window switches in the door pannel
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No M side-view mirrors!
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Hello, everybody!

Look what I found recently at the gasstation next to my boardingschool...

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Yours Max_M5
Did you see the inteior of pic#4. This doesn't look like the interior I have been seeing for the new E60. Is that the Euro version? If so, they are lucky Bstrds! I would buy the E60 in the morning, if the interior look like that!
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