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Old 02-17-2005, 11:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi, im a uni student studying transportation design. i am currently doin a project on analysing the bmw e46 in great detail in relation to form, texture and basically the whole car. i would just like some help/opinions on this line of e46 preferably the facelift model, unless u can give a reason why the pre-lift model is more aesthetically pleasing. please comment on all models if you can and state why you prefer which ever one you prefer. i have to choose one version to model, either the coupe, cabrio, touring or sedan plus the m3. so far im inclined to the m3 because of its curvy style wider stance and it has more presence than the other models. pleasec email me or post replies. cheers
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Old 02-18-2005, 08:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I actually prefer the looks of the sedan or coupe over an M3. The M3 is a good looking car and I'd love to own one, but to me the classic BMW look is along the lines of an E36, E46, E30, E39, etc until Chris Bangle bangled the designs.
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... the classic BMW look is along the lines of an E36, E46, E30, E39, etc until Chris Bangle bangled the designs.
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