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Old 01-09-2011, 10:15 PM   #46
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Hey no need to apologize for all of the questions, that is what an open forum is all about. Plus we're happy to share our experiences and opinions. I hear you about expenses so if you're buying an older or out of shape car, that's cool too, just get as best as you could afford.

I have a '91 325i as you could see from my sig pic. I bought it with a mint body and floor pan, but a blown clutch and some worn out bushings etc. I paid $1500 for the car, then put a $400 clutch and over time another $1000 in bushings, tie rods motor and tranny mounts and a few other bits. The car was bought with 232000 on the odo. 2 years ago in March, and now has 320000km on the odo. Yes I drive a lot. The car has attended approx 25ish track days and 16 autocrosses since I have it and it tows the Trillium event trailer as well to all of the mentioned events. The only reason why I'm saying this is that if you maintain the vehicle and make sure all is looked after accordingly it will serve you wonderfully! I DD mine, winter drive it and do all of these performance events. I put about 1200km/week on the car and love every minute of it. I hope you find the same success with your search!

Cheers.

John
That is the perfect example of what a bimmer could do.. I gotta say its a very addictive car.. For christmas I bought myself bmw M T shirt And my presents were all bmw related...
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Old 01-10-2011, 05:47 AM   #47
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dble troubles car has a few mods. He was the other inital test car for the ssk I sell, he takes care of the car and because of 3 plus track inspections done so he can hit the track the car is in better shape then most street cars.

He rides this bitch hard all week end, and drags her ass to work Monday!!!
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