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Old 08-22-2004, 04:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just want to do a quick pole, and see who prefers which body-kit for the 3-series COUPE.

which you guys liken better: the ZHP (performance) M-teck body-kit on a 330Ci OR..
The standard kit on the 330Ci coupe?

I personally like the standard one better, because the M-kit makes the 330Ci look like a M3 an wanna-be.
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I like the regular one.. it still beautiful... It should be trying to be something its not.. but that just my opinion.
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