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Old 06-26-2005, 02:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i've been in love with bmw since the moment i saw james bond drive up in his '96 blue metallic z3. I love the 3 series and i'm considering a 325i. check it out here let me know what you all think - thanks
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it's not a v6 lol, but yeah like i said, you should go for it, looks to be in good shape
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Good deal looks like. Inline 6, I assume? That may be why the guy is confused.

Originally I started looking at this generation when considering a new car, but after my civic was stripped, I was able to look for something a bit newer and went with a 2000.
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James bond's car was a 1.9L 4 cylinder. The 6 cyl models came along later.
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