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#1 (permalink) Old 11-19-2004, 04:05 PM
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How would you go about doing that? The guy I bought my car from stuck an M3 emblem on the back of the car when it's really a 325is
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You need to get a heat gun to slowly heat it, then it will pry right off. Don't use a blowtorch or some shit like that, it will burn the paint. Try a hairdryer on low if you don't have the heat gun. Your best off going to an autobody shop though. It will only take them 5 mins. Plus they will have the rubbing compound and finish glaze so there will be no traces. Good luck. Check mine
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theres a DIY in the faq's

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leave the M3 emblem on; it's cool.

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yeah, im gonna get an m3 badge on my 318!


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dental floss worked great for me, then I washed and waxed the area to remove all trace, you may not need rubbing compound..

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here is another debadged pic..dental floss style
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When it was 85 degrees and sunny outside on my black car, I used dental floss and a solvent to remove my old 528i emblem on my last car. Worked like a charm.
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dont leave the m3 symbol on if its a 325 thats just lame and fake
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m3 badges belong on m3s


nothing more, nothing less
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m3 badges belong on m3s


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i couldnt not have said it better myself, even if i tried (hard)
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