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Old 12-26-2004, 02:14 AM   #16
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I think the color is unique and the wheels are nice but if you opt for a brand new M3 with the 4k color option sans body kit it will still be cheaper than 95k USD. Those stickers have to go for sure. I also think it would look better if it was 65k instead of 95k usd. Price can make a car all of a sudden look good or not, good for 65, not that great for 95. It becomes a matter of perspective
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Old 12-26-2004, 03:57 PM   #17
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Before you hate on someone's car...

I don't post very often on this forum. However, there are some things I notice about many of the guys that seem to always hate on other's cars:
a) They can't spell.
b) They have very poor grammar.
c) They don't make any sense.

So a little piece of advice to the haters. Go back to school, learn to read and write english properly, get a degree or an apprenticeship or start a business.

Then go out and buy a car in the same price/performance range as those you are bashing, and then start bashing from your personal experiences.

If you drive a piece of sh.t don't be bashing a car you can't afford or will ever come close to affording.

Is there such a thing as an ugly M3?
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Old 12-26-2004, 07:58 PM   #18
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I think it's a waste of the M3 shell myself.
My oppinion is I prefer to go fast then look fast.
And well I'v beaten so many "fast looking cars" with my stock m44
which I know isn't fast that I'm starting to wonder if all the "fast looking cars" are really all stock with added weight and wind resistence.
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Old 12-26-2004, 08:47 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Rehman
I don't post very often on this forum. However, there are some things I notice about many of the guys that seem to always hate on other's cars:
a) They can't spell.
b) They have very poor grammar.
c) They don't make any sense.

So a little piece of advice to the haters. Go back to school, learn to read and write english properly, get a degree or an apprenticeship or start a business.

Then go out and buy a car in the same price/performance range as those you are bashing, and then start bashing from your personal experiences.

If you drive a piece of sh.t don't be bashing a car you can't afford or will ever come close to affording.

Is there such a thing as an ugly M3?
Don't know if you are referring to me, however I don't bash on that many cars. I personally do not like Leiberman's tastes at all. I have had cars in (and surpassing) his cars performance level. Hell, the car I sold about 2 months ago did low 11's and made over 500whp (527whp). I own an M3 now, and yes you can make an M3 ugly. I never said I didn't appreciate the work that went into it, I just think he wasted a M3.
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