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Do you live in an area that gets snow half the year, or is it sunny all year?

Personally, go with an M5. The M cars are by far worth every penny for a clean example. The E39 M5's (1998-2004) are by far my favorite. 400hp V8, which is highly tunable to 1,000hp on the original block and pistons (Forced Induction required). I know several people who DD an M3 year round with the snow. If you live in an area with snow just make sure you get a second set of wheels with dedicated snow tires and you should be fine. Also make sure you clean it often and inspect for rust.


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