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post #31 of 116 Old 21st November 2011, 09:07 PM
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It is called sand beige.


WAY nicer than gray or tan

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post #32 of 116 Old 21st November 2011, 09:15 PM Thread Starter
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Which nicer than gray or tan
I really love the two tone interior!
Even the belts are two tone.

Would love to have ivory interior in the M5!!!!!!!!!!!
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I really love the two tone interior!
Even the belts are two tone.

Would love to have ivory interior in the M5!!!!!!!!!!!
It would be tan after 15 minutes with you
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It would be tan after 15 minutes with you


Would not bet on that,my friend..

I got so anal with the Alcantara steering wheel already...
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Got the Touring yesterday to my garage and took out the engine today.

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Small update.

Got today around to disassemble the rest of the engine.


Looks a bit rough,though:




Bare block:



Gotta finish the honing of the bores tomorrow to start assembly

Also disassemble the head tomorrow,needs a bit work it seems as well:




Slightly bent rod:


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Urrgh, looks like the pots have been used as ashtrays! Rather you than me buddy!

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Crank is back in,with the old main bearing bolts as the new ones did not arrive yet and I need to get stuff out the way.

We pull tomorrow an S62 for rebuild out,so I need space...



My wife cleaned the crank and pistons/rods today while I was assembling the block and some other bits
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