When I was about 18 years old (4 years back), I just got my BMW, a 1995 325is 5 speed. So my best friend wanted a test drive, and he wanted me to drive it fast. I took it through some twisties that I knew very well. At the end of this little course was a decent strait away that went down a hill and then up a steep cresting hill. Needless to say I had only owned the car for about a week and under estimated the cars potential for speed. I came out of the last turn very fast, tires squealing, and gunned it yet again. When we were near the top of the hill my buddy looks over at the speed`o, sees we are damn near going 130mph. He turned to me, and as he said the words "We're gunna jump!", we took off like an airplane. All four wheels off the ground by more then a foot. It was strange because not only did I think I was going to die, but everything seemed to happen in slow motion once we were in the air. Even though we weren't in the air long it seemed like an eternity. I was sure when we landed we were going to go sideways into the giant ditch on either side. We landed strait and hard. Since then I've put 100,000 miles on the same ride. The jump did not appear to do any or much damage. I think speed bumps have done more damage to my undercarage than that jump. My suspension and mounts were also fine. Still to this day I wonder if the jump did anything to my car I don't know about. Finally I would like to add that I'm not proud of this, and I am happy to be alive. Hopefully everybody can learn from my mistake and not jump there BMW's. To this day my BMW runs great and I love it! It is incredibly reliable, with the exception of some of those fun little electronic problems.