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post #1 of 10 Old 3rd May 2007, 07:47 PM Thread Starter
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desert trip with dark taillights

600 km trip in the desert to shorten break in period.

also just installed new dark taillights. (BMW OEM)
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Very nice. How does the paint stand up to that kind of abuse?




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Very nice. How does the paint stand up to that kind of abuse?
What abuse?

parking next to the road for a photo session? cant see what would be abusive with that.......but I might have misunderstood the meaning of your comment
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parking next to the road for a photo session? cant see what would be abusive with that.......but I might have misunderstood the meaning of your comment
By abuse, Ashok means desert sand/dirt + wind + driving speeds.
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600 km trip in the desert to shorten break in period.

also just installed new dark taillights. (BMW OEM)
hey u must b Ghani's brother, mabrookeh nshalla..........1400KM to go....we should meet sometime. cheers
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Hello Hadi, thanks for your message.

Looking forward to seeing you soon when you are back in town
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Very nice. How does the paint stand up to that kind of abuse?
I wax my cars once a month,the weather is very dry around here,stone chips is a major issue round here,the desert trip is occasional.
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is your car metallic black like Saphire (475) or like Glanzschwarz ( 668) ?

Didn't know BMW offered those taillights, sure look good on the car!

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