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Old 08-30-2006, 09:56 AM   #61
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Originally Posted by propr'one
europrince, i doubt very much that your examples are valid, although your point is true. There's plenty of fathers on this board who drive e36's. Family men, married men, with children. (by the way, in case you are unaware, you can get e36's in "family sedans" (like mine, its a 4dr, and if you talk to anyone who's met me, i'm about as far from family and marriage as a man can be)

I have a 2 door, but sometimes it's a PITA getting Jeremy in and out of his car seat in the back... 4 door would be 100% better for that, but meh, I like my 2 door.

Ivan: I had the same mentality as you do, no kids no marriage. I have a son now, marriage that's a different question...need a woman first..

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