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Old 05-04-2004, 06:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello! I am new here; have been lurking for a few days though. I am considering the purchase of a 2000 323ci as a replacement for my current car... which I love to death, but at 21 I want something less practical than my SUV. I am trying to learn as much about these cars as possible before I actively begin searching, and am curious as to if anyone here that is a BMW owner's circle member might be able to get me a .pdf of the owner's manual for the 2000 323ci? I want to know what to look for and how to work everything to check it out while looking at the cars, but unfortunately, we are a Mercedes family, so I can't spoof a VIN to get into the site.
I'm excited about this purchase... I purchase and pay everything for all of my vehicles (a big pride factor for myself)... and I can't wait to have something sleek and German to park next to our S500 in the garage.
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Old 05-04-2004, 11:29 AM   #2 (permalink)
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dunno much about the e46 but here is a bump for a fellow ohioian
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Old 05-04-2004, 12:03 PM   #3 (permalink)
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W00t! And yet you drive with no front plate... daring! I didn't have one on my VUE until I got nabbed by a OSP for my tints... got 2 fix it tickets. The nice thing about working for a Saturn retailer... I borrowed a VUE when I went for inspection, they came out and looked at it and sent me on my merry way.
I still survive today with 35% tint around, but with a front plate ghead
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Cops around here usually dont bother you unless you are out looking for trouble. I

by the way where are you from?
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Old 05-04-2004, 02:11 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I'm from Huber Heights, currently live (for another week, and then home for 3 months) in Ottowa Hills, a suburb of Toledo. I am a 3rd (soon to be 4th) year student at UT.
What about you?
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No bumps for the new guy?
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If you want to scam a VIN go to eBay. Most prople list the VINs so you can check out the history of the car and not a lot of people use the Owners' Circle.

Otherwise I could try and get you a manual. Just give me some time and a place to send it to (ie. email address that can handle the file size)
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2000 323ci manual
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Sweet ass! Thank you so much, now I can start learning about the things I am driving so as to not look like a glorafied dumbass.
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