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18th February 2002 01:42
MEnthusiast Max,
nice pictures. my fav is the 'lil bimmerhead/ yankee fan. bringing 'em up right!

my 2nd fav is the side view of the E36 and E46 M3s. boy oh boy did the cars really bulk up. this added bulk look is a real issue I have with the E65 and I guess thats just the way of the auto industry.
17th February 2002 20:32
blue max
Quote:
Originally posted by Greyzzz
Anyone have any info on that light grey E30 M3 withe the different grill and body kit?
The owner mentioned that this was a custom job. Beyond that I'm not sure where he got it done.

The E 55 was definitely lowered. Great looking car.
17th February 2002 18:00
Greyzzz Anyone have any info on that light grey E30 M3 withe the different grill and body kit?
17th February 2002 17:42
Gustav Yeah, that E55 is very nice. Could it be because of it's black with black windows. Looks very cool!
17th February 2002 17:13
DrJimM5 Good job with the pictures. I really wanted to go, but things happen, I guess. I know they called it a "Beach Party", but I was cringing for you after seeing all those pictures with ground that looks like a construction site. Low-dust pads or no, we know whose LMB M5 got a bath late Saturday afternoon. At least is was 50+ degrees and I managed a hand wash myself. Since it's deep into February let's start planning a March meet for the Northeast posse. Talk to you soon,

Jim
17th February 2002 14:10
Adam Max great pics as usual!

Yeah those e30 m3's are really really nice...light and nippy nice cars indeed!

all the best
Adam
17th February 2002 13:20
Seven Can't help it, but the black E55 looks really sexy.
Can it be that it is lowered by an inch or so?
Are there pictures yet of the new AMG E-class, I would love to see some.

Cheers,
Seven..
17th February 2002 10:24
Micsor/DK Cool pictures...........thanks

Mike-S.
17th February 2002 10:15
EBMCS03 NICE Pics bluemax
17th February 2002 06:04
de Witt That Avus Blue M5Touring belongs to Robert Levinson, one of the owners of UUC Motorwerks. It is called the "Big Blue *****," LOL.

Great Pics. Thanks Blue Max
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