I have the Burl Walnut(code 438) on my black on black with extended/all leather. It is very rich looking. I would recommend it for any colour interior for that matter. Good luckOriginally posted by Jim Dolan:
The walnut is more brown and the club is more yellow/orange. The walnut is more common on bimmers. Actually the burl looks like what my wife has in her 99 528i.
It would depend on the color of you interior and exterior, which would be most complementary. I've seen the club wood with caramel, very nice. Also with black it stands out more. Very luxurious looking.
I don't know the trim code, wasn't on my car.
Originally posted by MJ:
With Black Luxury, get (438) Burl Walnut. The Bruyere Club, in my opinion is too orangey for the dark interior. I have that combo on my 2000 and it's coming in a few weeks on my 2001.
Check this out, I think it looks good and so did BMW. http://www.e-wd.de/m5-msb/m5-1.jpg
***************************Originally posted by Italia:
In the BMW 2000 M brochure, the Bruyere Club is the trim that looks like a darker, reddish brown while the Burr Walnut looks like a brighter orangey brown. It even looks this way on the bmwusa.com site. Why does this seem contrary to what everyone is saying here. Please help to clarify.