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Old 9th February 2007, 01:40   #1
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A Little More On Dinan Badging.....

As I was learning why the Dinan letters for my car weren't at the dealer yet, I also learned that Dinan has over 20 different letter sets for BMWs .

One set is designed to fit each model's body design exactly....I never really gave it much thought, but it makes sense.


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