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#1 (permalink) Old 04-16-2007, 02:45 PM
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Whats up guys? I've had bmw-forums as my homepage for quite a while now cuz ahh bimmers are where it's at. I've gained alot of knowledge from this site and now that I joined I hope to gain some more. No Bim in the driveway right now. But I'll be looking for a low miles e36 M3 or an e46 330ci by next year. As my sister and I share our cars 50/50 my current rides are a 99 Jeep XJ (2" lift. BFG 30's, Pro-comp suspension, system... etc. and a bone stock 03 Audi A4. (just picked it up). See the trend here...4wd, awd. Where I live theres no way around it in the winter time. Thats pretty much whats holding me back from owning a Bim right now. But over the next year I'd like to learn as much as I possibly can. I look forward to talking with you guys. -Matt
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Whats up guys? I've had bmw-forums as my homepage for quite a while now cuz ahh bimmers are where it's at. I've gained alot of knowledge from this site and now that I joined I hope to gain some more. No Bim in the driveway right now. But I'll be looking for a low miles e36 M3 or an e46 330ci by next year. As my sister and I share our cars 50/50 my current rides are a 99 Jeep XJ (2" lift. BFG 30's, Pro-comp suspension, system... etc. and a bone stock 03 Audi A4. (just picked it up). See the trend here...4wd, awd. Where I live theres no way around it in the winter time. Thats pretty much whats holding me back from owning a Bim right now. But over the next year I'd like to learn as much as I possibly can. I look forward to talking with you guys. -Matt

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thanks for the welcome. unfortunately, right now another car is out of the question since I am pretty much a poor college student. That will change soon. I actually thought about an e46 xi but came across a very good deal with the a4.
I already ordered tip chip, and eyebrows, and will be doing 35% tint all around. Over the summer I'm interning with Lockheed Martin so hopefully Ill be able to afford some other mods.. intake, exhaust, s4 wheels, etc. I'll take pics as soon as the weather clears up.. (7 inches of snow on the ground right now) lol. Thanks again for the welcome.. -Matt
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