Must be a small town, somebody I know's dad just bought a Black Mercedes SLR. I have seen it a few times, I am going to do him a favor so maybe he will repay me by giving me a ride. I'll take a full 1 gig of pics...LOL
there are 2 enzo's that are within a mile of my house, I need to become friends with those guys...LOL
there are literally TOO many e46 m3's, not as many M5's but still a lot (kid at my school has full dinan M5) just too many bmw's in my town in general, if there is such a thing...
Im not saying S4's are lame, i said they are in tiptronic, wtf is the point of getting a crazy amount of bhp and getting auto? and it isnt even a fast type of auto, its just stock with buttons on the steering wheel.
Also, my dads friend has an RS6, thing is a beast, i got to drive it, i was in 4th at about 2500 rpms, floored it, and it had more pickup then my E30 or saab in first with full gas, truely is a beast, and the gurgle that comes out of the exhaust at full throttle is mindboggling.
definetly a must have car, and i would for sure get it as an Avant.
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Originally posted by jrhaile@Mar 8 2005, 11:46 PM they're not lame, just not real good looking if you ask me... nothing to set them apart from other audi's like the m3 does from the rest of the 3 series cars...
yeah but ask someone that doesnt know e36 that much and they will not be able to tell you very many differences between the m3 and regular e36, same with people that do not know audis, i can look at a 2000 s4 compared to other audis from that year and name off a bunch of stuff... i really like the car though! i dont like the new v8 one though
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