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    Posted: 16-October-2003 at 13:59

All,

Finally got my car last week after much looking and testing.  It's a Silver 2001 325 ci with black skin and air & multi-cd.

I am REALLY pleased with it as it's one hell of a peice of engineering!  So anybody who is thinking about buying one - my recommendation is this - buy a minter and you WILL NOT be dissapointed.Approve

The engine is a piece of genius and goes like the proverbial.  The interior looks fantastic and the driving position is excellent aprt from the offset clutch and brake pedal - which surprised me a little (considering the size of the car).Confused

I intend to 'personalise' it a little with some minor cosmetics!  I think it deserves some nice subtle tints and a M3 style 'boot lip' spoiler.  I also think that the 'shark fin' (fake) aerial looks the business.  It has the normal seven spoke alloys but I kinfd of like them (and they're a damn site easier to clean than some i've seen on the market nowadays).

A picture will follow soon.

Anybody know where is my best point of call for these styling accessories?

Cheers,

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16-October-2003 at 14:26
try Autovogue

http://www.autovogue.com/

Best of luck with the car.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16-October-2003 at 23:50
I seem to remember seeing the dummy shark fin at www.bmtown.com for about £15
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21-October-2003 at 12:51

Got the dummy shark fin aerial on ebay for 1p - yep - 1 english penny.Big Smile

P & P cost £3 though!Disapprove

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