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Old 12-01-2005, 06:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm a VW driver but i want to get into an older M3...E30 M3 is correct right? like late 80's? i'm a newb but anyway post pics i want to see some cars
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I'm a VW driver but i want to get into an older M3...E30 M3 is correct right? like late 80's? i'm a newb but anyway post pics i want to see some cars

There's a whole section of the message boards devoted to pictures of cars. I suggest you look there.
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E30's only look good in my opinion when they have wide wheels to fit the wide body, they are lowered and when the owner keeps the car extremely clean. The are the rarest of M3's and the most unique as well.

Here are some pics I found on the internet.
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