M-Series (M1, M3, M5, M6)General M-Series Discussion - If it does not fit into a more specific M Category above, please place it in here. In addition, previously archived M-Series discussion is located in this section.
god i fucking hate you make sure to not crash it so my insurance wont go up, you should check out those sites, and if money isnt an issue, what am i saying of course it isnt, go to your local bmw tuner, tell them how much you want to spend, tell them what you want the end result to be and, go to town
Not to sound harsh.. but learn to drive the car before you "hook" it up. You will get more out of it in the long run if you try and learn to drive what you've got before you go and try and make it better.
wait i thought you said your 16 and your birthday was a week ago, i guess you forgot. I forget my birthdays when i get a new car sometimes too....especially when its really close to the day i get my license.....
I'm very happy for you and your car, I love the Cab.
M3 Cabrio Club
I agree with everyone else, learn to drive it amazingly, make sure you know everything about that car before you do stuff to it...
Think about this for a second: your driving a nicer car then most people own in there entire life, and your 16 and this is your first car...I have realized that about my car, I may not have the nicest car on this forum (528i) but I love my car and I keep it clean and take awsome care of it. I have gotten in trouble in my car recently and I believe the only reason I have been able to keep my car is because I take awsome care of it. If I treated my car shitty or with no respect I wouldn't be talking on this BMW forum (would get the 5er taken away)...lets just say I would be on either no forum or a Honda forum or something...LOL
i take back my previous comment only cause i'm a young kid and my first car will be an m3, but see i've been workin since i tearned 15 and saving all my money so i could afford it, and hey if my parent's were rich and i didnt have to work i would take full advantage of it
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