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AzN_E46
01-09-2002, 11:58 PM
against de-badgin is winnig 100%!! YAY!!
but i think it also sorta depends on what sort of car you're driving.
if its really a total bottom of tha line....tehn go for it. then u can put some new rims and it'll look all good, unless u have grey bumpers..:puke:

cyc
01-10-2002, 01:03 AM
i'd say if u'r purely going for the clean look, do it
if u just dun want ppl to know which model u'r driving then forget it, there's nothing wrong having the total bottom of the line... it's still a BMW afterall *th-up* :cool:

Coldintake
01-10-2002, 01:25 AM
If I had a lower model bmw, I wouldn't.. But if I had a higher model like an m3... Id take the badge off and be a sleeper.
*evil Laugh*

Matthew C Smith
01-11-2002, 05:44 PM
To each his own.........

I personally pulled my 328is badge and an ///M badge the previous owner put on the driver's side when the car was still being driven in europe.

EMPOWERD
01-14-2002, 02:25 PM
I de-badged my car like 6 years ago.... but now I'm thinking about sticking on a 318i badge for unsuspecting 'stangs etc...

Bliss
01-14-2002, 03:17 PM
Originally posted by empowerd
I de-badged my car like 6 years ago.... but now I'm thinking about sticking on a 318i badge for unsuspecting 'stangs etc...

haha, like no one knows what you have under the hood Randy:D

Schnell
01-14-2002, 06:47 PM
I'm for debadging as long as its just the number, if you remove the Roundels you should be "debadged" yourself.

djc0ntra
01-14-2002, 06:54 PM
I debadged my 325i the day i brought it home from the dealer. I thought it looked out of place. I just wanted the roundels on the car and thats it. It's not like any of my friends know the difference between my 325i and a 318 etc anyways...to them it's just another ''beamer''...i still can't convince them it's ''bimmer'' though

AzN_E46
01-14-2002, 11:05 PM
Randy,

your car is intimidating enough to scare off ricers....make it better, add a 316i to it. *angel*
you see plenty of those aroung in hong kong:D