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Old 04-11-2005, 08:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I a soldier staioned in Germany who ís scheduled to be deployed to Afghanistan for 1 yr. As a gift to myself I just ordered a new M3 Coupe (Carbon Black/Cinnamon, SMG) to be delivered upon my return. I have had the pleasure of driving a demo 2003 M3 Convertible on the Autobahn and got it up to 162. I have to be honest it scared the shit out of me! These cars are sick! I can't wait to learn how to truly harness the SMG. I will be trading in a 2004 325Ci. The training wheels are off!
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until i read this, I was behind the whole "support our troops" movement. now, i'm a jealous little bastard. congrats, and nice color combo.
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until i read this, I was behind the whole "support our troops" movement. now, i'm a jealous little bastard. congrats, and nice color combo.
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HAHAHAHAHA Me too.......damn those troops getting their shiny Cinnamon SMGs....the autobahn...no I have ridden that but in a Peugot...so not a very good comparison but the autobahn scares me period.

Seriously though congrats on your ride...... and kill me some sucide towelheads while youre there . Be safe and wishing you a speedy return.....we need all the bimmer riders we can.

Oh by the way welcome to the club
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Good luck man! I was in germany for 4 years and thats where I picked up my first BMW, too bad it had to sit in storage for a year while I was deployed though. Enjoy it!
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the SMG's are a really sweet ride i'd love to own one, but don't know if i would for fear of wrapping the car around a tree!

stay safe over there
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