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I recently spent some time in California. I spent a lot of time near L.A. Mostly on the 405 and the 5. I was surprised that I didn't see any M5's. I figured the weather must have had something to do with it. Really enjoyed driving out there. Unfortunately I didn’t have my car only a rental. I stopped into the Beverly Hills Ferrari/Maserati dealership and took a few picks. I thought I would share those and some others.
 

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You'd enjoy Central London - supercar heaven.
 

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London is indeed bizangin' with supercars ... yesterday saw an Enzo parked outside a car wash on the North Circular of all places. This soon after almost swapping side mirrors with a DB9 in one of those narrow Hampstead Hill streets.
 

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I'd love to see some pics from London. By the way did anyone notice that the 7 series has 22's on it. It's kinda hard to tell from the picture. I tried to take a picture of the side wall but it didn't turn out.
 

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Carrera2RS said:
That 7 series needs lowering desperately looks like a 4x4.....................
:1: Sadly, it looks like my Jetta. I am still running the 15'' rims, but in rainy weather I sometimes find familes of migrant workers taking shelter in the huge gap between the tire and wheel well. I wish I had the money to do something about that...
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Doesn't it seem strange that with 22's there would be such a large gap. Even with the low pro's you would think it would be much less.
 

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BmwNut said:
in rainy weather I sometimes find familes of migrant workers taking shelter in the huge gap between the tire and wheel well
I know it's politically incorrect to say so but that was a good one, Nut.
 
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